Rebecca Ingle completed her PhD at the University of Bristol studying gas and solution phase photoinduced dynamics under the supervision of Professor Mike Ashfold, FRS. complementary quantum chemical calculations. During this time, she held two fellowships to work with Professor Toshinori Suzuki at Kyoto University (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Pre-Doctoral award and a Bristol-Kyoto fellowship) on ultrashort VUV pulse generation techniques for time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy experiments.

After graduating, she joined the research group of Professor Majed Chergui at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne where her research focused on developing a multidimensional electronic spectroscopy set-up and using a range of time-resolved and static X-ray techniques to use the highly localised information provided by probing core levels to look at chemical dynamics.

In January 2020, she was appointed Lecturer in Physical Chemistry at University College London where she is combing ultrafast spectroscopies across the electromagnetic spectrum to study photoinduced processes in molecules in a variety of environments.

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