Dr Mari Napari
Mari received her BSc and MSc degrees in physics from University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, where she also did her PhD in the Accelerator Based Materials Research Group. Her work was focused on atomic layer deposition (ALD) of metal oxide thin films with a special interest in studying the effect of fundamental low-temperature plasma physics on the plasma-enhanced ALD. After finishing her PhD she moved to United Kingdom and joined the University of Cambridge, where she worked in the Device Materials Group, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, investigating oxide materials for CMOS devices, with focus on development of new processes for p-type semiconducting oxide thin films and thin film transistors. In September 2019 she joined the Electronic Devices and Materials Group in Southampton to work on memristors and RRAM, where her role includes development and characterisation of oxide materials and devices.