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Dr. David Eric Dalton graduated with a first class honours degree in Applied Physics from the University of Limerick in 1999. Taking a postgraduate position in the Department of Physics, he investigated mass diffusion phenomena of electromigration via ultra-low resistometric measurements. While completing his PhD, David took a post at the Stoke Research Institute in 2003, in the area of instrumental control of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) used in DNA amplification. David continues at Stokes where he is currently researching reliability issues in both power supplies and traces. His expertise lies in the areas of thin film physics, instrumentation control, optical techniques and statistical signal analysis.

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