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PhD Position on "Control of Dynamic Processes in Cellular Systems by Local Temperature Fields"

A PhD position is available to work under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Frank Cichos at the department Molecular Nanophotonics on the study of local temperature induced processes for the control of molecules, materials and cells. Read more

Fluorescent Nanosensors for Biological Measurement

AIM. This exciting EPSRC Funded project will be to develop and apply fluorescent nanosensors for biological measurement. This will produce an advanced platform that will optimise disease prediction, diagnosis and intervention, through developments of new understating of biological microenvironments. Read more

Ultrafast Photoelectron Spectroscopy as a sensitive probe for molecular structure and dynamics

Supervisory Team. Dr Russell Minns, Dr Maria Krikunova (External, ELI Beamlines). Project description. Photochemistry involves the coupled motion of atoms and electrons on ultrafast timescales. Read more

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

Quantum properties of integrated frequency combs for applications in computing, communications and sensing

Quantum states of light are playing an increasingly important role in the applications of quantum technologies, ranging from secure communications to enhanced computing and sensing (imaging, spectroscopy, etc.). Read more

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