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optoelectronics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  DTC PHYS 18 - Next Generation Semiconductors and Devices for Optoelectronics
  Prof P Meredith
Applications accepted all year round
Semiconductors such as silicon are the engine of modern technology and ubiquitous in virtually every aspect of 21st century life.
  Core and core-shell nanomaterials synthesis for Optoelectronics
  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
  Dr S Hickey, Dr W Martin
Applications accepted all year round
Nanoscience and technology, which involves the manipulation of materials using the property of size to bring about specific desired changes in the electronic structure of materials, has proven to be a powerful additional tool permitting the materials scientist to effect greater control over the charge transport properties in materials.
  Developing 3D printing techniques for the fabrication of integrated optical circuits
  Prof P Smith, Dr C Holmes
Applications accepted all year round
From its inception 3D printing has been applied to a range of fields. Photonics is an emerging field into which additive and subtractive laser manufacture techniques are being applied to enhance manufacturing capability.
  Integrated optical elements for miniaturised atom traps
  Prof P Smith, Dr C Holmes, Dr J Gates
Applications accepted all year round
Working as part of the UK Quantum technology hub in Sensors and Metrology led by Birmingham University, this project aims to build optical components for cold atom chips for miniaturised atom traps.
  Optical Quantum Circuitry: Integrating a fast modulator design with existing quantum light devices in UV-written waveguides on chip
  Prof P Smith, Dr D Smith, Dr J Gates, Dr C Gawith
Applications accepted all year round
Manipulation of quantum states of light is important, but difficult problem, especially on-chip. Active devices are a particularly important problem that can be addressed using technologies present in our group, in collaboration with the ultrafast quantum optics and optical metrology group in Oxford.
  Scalable heralded single-photon sources
  Prof P Smith, Dr D Smith, Dr J Gates, Dr C Gawith
Applications accepted all year round
The single-photon source is the fundamental building block for quantum technologies in photonics, particularly for quantum computing.
  Ultra-precision physical micro-machining of planar optical materials
  Prof P Smith, Dr C Gawith, Dr J Gates
Applications accepted all year round
In conjunction with Loxham Precision Ltd, this project will make use of a suite of state-of-the-art ultra-precision physical micro-machining tools for applications in Quantum technologies, lasers, sensors, MOEMS and telecoms.
  Industrial funded PhD Studentship – Development of 2D transition metal dichalcogenides through vapour phase deposition
  Dr K Huang
Applications accepted all year round
Applications are invited for an industrially funded PhD Studentship to be filled as soon as possible. This scholarship will fund students for their tuition fees, a bursary to cover living expenses and a Research Training Support Grant for research consumables and conference attendance.
  Computational Design of Nanomaterials for Energy
  Dr N Neophytou
Applications accepted all year round
The project. Nanotechnology offers exciting new possibilities for the design of new materials with desired, ‘engineered’, properties.
  Development of novel fibre-based thermometers for harsh environments
  Dr F Poletti
Applications accepted all year round
Supervisor. Prof Francesco Poletti. Co-supervisor. Dr Eric Numkam Fokoua, Dr Joris Lousteau. When immersed in a harsh environment, i.e in ionizing radiation, silica glass, one of the most transparent materials known to date, quickly becomes opaque.
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