About the Project
Such microlasers can measure analytes present at low levels, but support closely-spaced multiple emission wavelengths. As a result, the resonance wavelengths of different microlasers when excited simultaneously cannot be separated using a single wavelength based detector, limiting their application for the measurement of multiple analytes simultaneously. The aim of this project is to address this challenge by designing novel microlasers.
The student will gain skills in microfabrication, microfluidics, biochemical assays, optical sensors, instrumentation and data analysis. The student will be based in Dr Ruchi Gupta’s group (https://rguptagrouplab.com/) in the School of Chemistry at University of Birmingham.
For informal enquiries please contact Dr Ruchi Gupta at [Email Address Removed]. Please include a CV and transcripts in your email.
Applicants should possess (or expect to possess) a good degree in physical sciences or engineering or allied disciplines.
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