The University of Southampton
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j.j.tyson@soton.ac.uk

Jack Tyson MInstP, MIET

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Research Fellow

Jack Tyson is an electronic engineer from England. He completed both his undergraduate honours and PhD studies at the University of Southampton, where he currently works as a Research Fellow. Jack’s PhD focussed on the optical anti-reflectance of monocrystalline silicon photovoltaics when applied with hybrid micro-/nano-scale surface texturing. In 2019, he won the IET Innovation Award for Model-based Engineering for his work on the accurate computational modelling of these structures, and became a member of the panel of expert judges for the IET in 2020.

Jack is a member of the Institute of Physics (IOP) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), and is a reviewer for the Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS).

Research

Research interests

  • Applied Optics
  • Healthcare Technology
  • Neural Networks
  • Neurology
  • Oncology
  • Otology

Teaching

  • ELEC2217: Electrical and Electronic Engineering Design
  • ELEC3202: Green Electronics
  • ELEC3207: Nanoelectronic Devices
  • ELEC6207: Quantum Devices and Technology

Publications

Tyson, Jack, 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, Coventry, United Kingdom. 10 - 12 Apr 2019. 4 pp .

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

Tyson, Jack, Rahman, Tasmiat and Boden, Stuart (2021) Angle-resolved Hemispherical Reflectometry for the Optical Characterisation of Photovoltaic Materials. SuperSolar/PVSAT Conference 2021. 08 - 10 Jun 2021.

Tyson, Jack, Rahman, Tasmiat and Boden, Stuart (2021) Ray tracing coupled with electromagnetic wave optics for nanoscale light propagation studies. 2020 COMSOL Conference, , Grenoble, France. 14 - 15 Oct 2020.

Tyson, Jack, 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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