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Dr David M. Goldie received a BSc in Physics from the University of St. Andrews in 1985 and subsequently went on to gain an MSc and PhD from the University of Dundee in 1986 and 1989 respectively. His doctoral research was on the electronic transport properties of amorphous silicon. This was expanded through early post-doctoral employment at University College Swansea to include the electronic and device applications of amorphous organic semiconductors and insulators. He is currently involved in a number of collaborative research projects within the Division of Electronic Engineering & Physics at Dundee University where he was also employed as a post-doc from 1993 - 1996 and currently as a lecturer since 1997. His research interests are principally concerned with the electronic interfacial properties of organic materials for the optimisation of chemical sensors and large area imaging and photovoltaic systems. His teaching areas are in the disciplines of digital electronics, CMOS integrated circuit design, complex programmable logic devices and computational physics, all of which require the extensive use of software design tools.



  • Plastic Electronics
  • Chemical Sensors
  • CMOS Technology
  • DSP using FPGAs
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