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University of Southampton Optical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 6 University of Southampton Optical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 6 University of Southampton Optical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Imaging Quantum Materials with an XFEL

Supervisory Team.   Professor Marcus Newton. Project description. Quantum materials can often exhibit novel and multifunctional properties due to strong coupling between lattice, charge, spin and orbital degrees of freedom. Read more

New Optics Beyond Hertzian Waves: Anapoles and Flying Donuts

The Project. This project will advance optics and electromagnetism in the first radically new direction to emerge since Hertz, Marconi, Popov and Tesla originally developed technology for generating, detecting, and communicating with transverse electromagnetic waves. Read more

Metamaterials and Nano-Machines Driven with Light

The Project. The balance among elastic, electromagnetic and quantum forces changes dramatically at the nanometre scale. This project will explore the remarkable range of functional materials and devices that can be reconfigured with light and electromagnetic forces. Read more

Picophotonics: The Science of Light-Matter Interactions at Sub-atomic Scale

The Project. This project will develop new concepts of optical imaging, metrology and device functionality at the atomic (picometre) scale, leveraging recent advances in topology, the structuring of optical fields, metamaterials, and artificial intelligence. . Read more

Photonic Time Crystals

The Project. Time crystals are an eagerly sought phase of matter in which time-translation symmetry is broken. This project will explore nanophotonic structures that can be driven to a state possessing all of the key features of a time crystal. Read more
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