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Underwater single-photon depth imaging

This PhD project aims to investigate novel single‑photon detector arrays for underwater single‑photon depth imaging. The successful candidate will investigate different single-photon technologies to obtain three-dimensional images in several underwater environments. Read more

Next generation single-photon avalanche diode for emerging quantum technology applications

We are seeing the second quantum revolution, bringing quantum theory out of the lab. The advantage of quantum theory is opening a huge range of application in many sectors such as environment, data security, telecommunication, defence and aerospace etc. Read more

Doctor of Engineering (EngD) - Next generation long range laser rangefinders based on single photon detectors and new laser technologies (Thales and Heriot-Watt University)

  Research Group: CDT in Applied Photonics
Laser Rangefinders are a key element of modern sensor systems and can range up to 20km with an accuracy of less than 1m. Thales UK produced the first in-service laser rangefinder in 1965, just a few years after the invention of the laser, and have been designing and manufacturing laser systems ever since. Read more

Nonlinear photon sources for quantum technologies

Supervisory Team.   Prof. Peter G R Smith and Prof. Corin Gawith. Project description. Our team specialises in the development and manufacturing of novel optoelectronic devices for applications in quantum technology, integrated optical sensors and laser optics. Read more

Robust Computational Methods for High-Dimensional Imaging

This project aims to develop new computational algorithms to optimize the acquisition and processing of single-photon data and enable fast imaging in extreme conditions using statistical and learning based approaches. Read more

PhD Position: Rare-earth based photonic devices for quantum information processing

Description. The University of New South Wales and the Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology seeks enthusiastic candidates for a PhD position in the field of rare-earth ions based experimental photonics for quantum information processing (. Read more

Ultrahigh dose rate radiotherapy - Beamline validation and biological characterisation of the FLASH-SARRP

  Research Group: The Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research
This project will support research applying a new ultra-high dose-rate (“FLASH”) radiotherapy system. The FLASH-SARRP is a world leading platform enabling the delivery of photon-FLASH radiotherapy in preclinical models. Read more

Multiphoton quantum sensing and information processing

Applications are invited for a fully-funded three year PhD to commence in October 2023. . The PhD will be based in the Faculty of Technology, and will be supervised by. Read more

Physics with intact protons detected way downstream of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider

There are wide-ranging PhD opportunities with the Birmingham ATLAS group, including analysis of Higgs, top and electroweak physics, construction of a state-of-the art upgraded tracking detector and operation and development of trigger electronics. Read more

How GABA neurones in the DVC control glucose metabolism

The Dorsal Vagal Complex (DVC) of the brain is an important regulator of glucose metabolism and food intake. The Nucleus of the Solitary Tract (NTS) in the DVC senses insulin and triggers a neuronal relay to decrease hepatic glucose production (HPG) in rodents. Read more

How regulatory immunological cues (re)programme cellular metabolism to control effector T cell behaviour and function

Upon activation a T cell transitions from a state of semi-quiescence to a state of high activity. During the process of activation the T cell therefore needs to up regulate metabolic pathways to acquire the energy and nutrients required to facilitate the behavioural changes associated with its new functional state. Read more

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