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Novel concept of fibre laser development based on multicore fibre technology

Supervisory Team.   Dr Yongmin Jung and Prof. David Richardson. Project description. Fibre lasers have no moving parts/mirrors in the light generating source and have emerged as the technology of choice for a wide range of industrial, medical and fundamental science applications. Read more

Bismuth-doped fibre amplifiers for extended transmission bands in optical communications

Supervisory Team.   Prof Jayanta Sahu and Dr Yu Wang. Project description. Global internet traffic has been growing exponentially over the past two decades with a predicted growth rate of around 40% year-on-year. Read more

Development of advanced rare-earth doped optical fibres for high-power lasers

Supervisory Team:  Prof Jayanta Sahu. Project description. We are looking for PhD applicants with a background in physics, material sciences, chemistry, and engineering to work on a PhD project that is aiming to develop a new class of optical fibres for the next generation of high-power lasers. Read more

Advanced fibre laser sources and concepts for coherent beam combination

Supervisory Team.   Johan Nilsson, Ben Mills. Project description.  “Smart” phased-array lasers based on computer-controlled coherently combined optical fibre amplifiers promise to revolutionise materials processing and other important laser applications. Read more

High-power visible fibre lasers pumped by the down-conversion process

Supervisory Team.   Prof Jayanta Sahu, Dr Bill Brocklesby, and Dr Arindam Halder. Project description. Visible lasers are indispensable for applications such as display, underwater communication, microscopy and bio-photonics, optical storage, and materials processing. Read more
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Highly Integrated Coherent optical fibre Communications PhD Studentship supported by EFFECT Photonics

Applications are invited for a three-year Postgraduate studentship, supported by the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences and EFFECT Photonics, to be undertaken within the. Read more

Investigation of power scaling techniques for two-micron fibre lasers and their applications

Supervisory Team.   Prof Andy Clarkson and Dr Jacob Mackenzie. Project description. Two-micron fibre laser technology has the potential to yield a wealth of new applications in areas such as industrial laser processing, medicine, defence and optical communications. Read more

Developing novel fibre/gel composites to support conjunctiva repair

Conjunctival injury can severely diminish a patient’s quality of life. The overall aim of this project is to restore that patient’s quality of life by implanting a synthetic conjunctival graft to repair and regenerate lost or damaged tissue. Read more

Carbon fibre composites-in-the-loop for design of electrical, net-zero aircraft (Enhanced stipend)

Overview. Full funding (UK home students) is available for a 3.5 year PhD with an enhanced stipend of 19k/year (tax free), on a collaborative project between the Aero-Electrical Research Team at the University of Strathclyde, Vertical Aerospace and the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland. Read more

Glass Surface Interactions in Hollow Core Fibres

Supervisory Team.   Dr Natalie Wheeler, Dr Yong Chen, Prof. Francesco Poletti. Project description. We are looking for a new PhD student with a background in chemistry, materials science and/or physics to join us to study the surface chemistry of thin glass membranes in hollow core fibres (HCFs). . Read more

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