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Visualization of atomic electric fields

Aberration-corrected Annular Dark Field STEM (ac-ADF-STEM) has provided some beautiful images and valuable insights into materials such as 2D materials, functional oxides and semiconductors, with each atom clearly resolved. Read more

Understanding 2D material memristors by atomic resolution imaging

The relentless advance of Moore's Law, and the evermore powerful computational capabilities it has gifted us through continued device miniaturisation, will soon cease. Read more

Selective epitaxy of Silicon Carbide for energy applications

This PhD project is an exciting opportunity to be involved in innovative and pioneering research on selective epitaxial growth of silicon carbide (SiC) semiconductor material. Read more

Fast data processing for 4D-STEM

Aberration-corrected Annular Dark Field STEM (ac-ADF-STEM) has provided some beautiful images and valuable insights into materials such as 2D materials, functional oxides and semiconductors, with each atom clearly resolved. Read more

Optimised colour centre control for diamond quantum technologies

The development and implementation of quantum communication networks enables the possibility of deterministically secure links between remote nodes and is a necessary step in the realization of distributed quantum computing. Read more

Controlling spin qubits in diamond: towards building a quantum computer

Controlling spin qubits in diamond. towards building a quantum computer. If a quantum computer could be built with enough qubits, it would be able to solve problems that are intractable with the classical computers we have now. Read more

High-Resolution Ptychographic Cryogenic Electron Microscopy

Regarding transmission electron microscopy (TEM), as the electron wave passes through a sample, an electron scatters, producing an exit wavefront rich in information. Read more

Ferroelectric field effect transistors for next generation non-volatile memories and cognitive computing

Perovskite oxides are a family of materials that display an incredible diversity of physical phenomena including high-temperature superconductivity, colossal magnetoresistance, magnetism, ferroelectricity, etc. Read more
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