The University of Southampton

Jack Tyson MInstP, AMIMA

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Doctoral Researcher

Jack Tyson currently works at the School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS), University of Southampton. Jack does research in Materials Science, Mathematics and Computational Physics. His current research project is 'Nanoscale Texturing of Black Silicon for Optically Efficient Photovoltaics'.


Research interests

Computational Physics, Semiconductor Device Physics, Optics and Nanotechnology


Algorithmics, Advanced Programming, Advanced Electronic Systems, Semiconductor Device Physics and Nanotechnology


Tyson, Jack James, Rahman, Tasmiat and Boden, Stuart (2019) Optical simulation of black silicon surfaces using geometric randomisation and unit-cell based averaging. The 15th Photovoltaic Science, Applications and Technology Conference<br/>, University of Warwick, United Kingdom. 10 - 12 Apr 2019. 4 pp .

Tyson, Jack James, Rahman, Tasmiat and Boden, Stuart (2019) Multiphysics simulations for robust computational modelling of stochastic nanostructures. 2019 COMSOL Conference, United Kingdom. 24 - 26 Sep 2019.

Tyson, Jack James, Rahman, Tasmiat and Boden, Stuart (2020) Angular-resolved hemispherical reflectometry for the optical characterisation of material surfaces. The 16th Photovoltaic Science, Application and Technology Conference, , Salford, United Kingdom. (In Press)

Tyson, Jack, James, Rahman, Tasmiat and Boden, Stuart (2020) Ray tracing coupled with electromagnetic wave optics for nanoscale light propagation studies. 2020 COMSOL Conference, France. 14 - 15 Oct 2020. (Submitted)

Tyson, Jack James, Rahman, Tasmiat and Boden, Stuart (2020) A new mathematical interpretation of disordered nanoscale material systems for computational modelling. Computer Physics Communications, 255, 1-15, [107399]. (doi:10.1016/j.cpc.2020.107399).


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