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Colloidal Semiconductors for Photonics

Photonics is the technology of light. materials, devices and systems that create, transport, control and detect photons in order to realise advanced functions. Read more

Nanoscale assembly methods for manufacturing of quantum photonic systems

Technological advances such as chip scale electronics, LED lighting and advanced power generation systems are often underpinned by new techniques in materials science and manufacturing. Read more

Photonic Technologies for Ultrafast Neuromorphic Information Processing

The human brain is exceptional at performing fast and efficiently, highly complex tasks such as recognising patterns or faces. Hence, neuromorphic (brain-like) computing approaches are the subject of increasing research interest for use in Artificial Intelligence (AI) platforms. Read more

Visible light photonic circuits for quantum technology applications

Quantum states of light such as single photons and entangled photon pairs play a fundamental role in many quantum technology applications, ranging from quantum imaging and metrology to quantum information processing. Read more

High resolution methods for assessment of heat loss from plants and arrays of buildings.

PROJECT SUMMARY.  . With this project, we propose an investigation into a variety of dynamics and effects produced by the interaction of an array of buildings (or a set of heat sources in an industrial plant or in a power plant) with a cross flow (horizontal wind). Read more

Development of a framework for maritime human risk-informed design

Human operators play a crucial role in terms of achieving safe and efficient marine operations. Because of significant human involvement in maritime operations, it is not surprising to observe that when a maritime accident happens it is often attributed to some sort of human error. Read more

Development of digital twin models for offshore wind farms

WAMSS-CDT (Wind and Marine Energy Systems and Structures) is an EPSRC funded centre aiming to train ninety Engineering Doctorate (EngD) and PhD students over an eight-year period commencing in 2019. Read more

Driving power grid resilience and capacity expansion with distributed sensing and data analytics - Research Excellence Award

As the industrialised world is undergoing energy revolution, rapid, unpredictable changes in power generation patterns and increasingly volatile network loading scenarios under the free energy trading regime become ever more common, in the worst-case scenarios leading to system instability and blackouts. Read more

Clean Energy Technologies for a Rapidly Developing World

The world’s population is expected to exceed 9 billion by 2050, 30% higher than current estimates. Most of the growth is expected to occur in emerging and developing countries, where energy access remains a daunting challenge. Read more

New methods of carbon capture using green materials

The Paris Agreement set the goal of limiting the post-industrial global temperature increase to 1.5 °C and reducing the impact of point-source emitters of contributing greenhouse gases is essential in realising this ambition. Read more

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