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Telecommunications PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Southampton

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  Metamaterials & Optical Fibres
  Dr E Plum, Prof K MacDonald
Applications accepted all year round
In this project we will explore conceptually new applications of metamaterials to optical signal processing in fibre networks and advanced fibre lasers.
  Planar photonics for ion-based quantum information processing
  Research Group: Fibre & Systems Group
  Dr P Horak
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019
The Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) at the University of Southampton is looking for a PhD candidate with an interest in quantum technology and a strong background in theory and computational simulation in classical and/or quantum optics to join us on this interdisciplinary project as part of the EPSRC Networked Quantum Information Technology programme (NQIT).
  Fiber Integrated 2D-materials
  Research Group: Fibre & Systems Group
  Dr A Peacock
Application Deadline: 31 August 2019
Two dimensional (2D)-materials are currently at the forefront of an exciting wave of scientific research. Compared to the traditional bulk counterparts, the high confinement in the 2D plane gives rise to unique optical and electronic properties that are advantageous for wide-ranging applications.
  Semiconductor devices for nonlinear photonics and applications
  Research Group: Fibre & Systems Group
  Dr A Peacock
Application Deadline: 31 August 2019
Semiconductor photonics is fast becoming one of the most active areas of research, offering optoelectronic solutions for a wide range of applications not only in telecoms, but also in medicine, imaging, spectroscopy, and sensing.
  Laser-engineered silicon photonic devices
  Research Group: Fibre & Systems Group
  Dr A Peacock
Application Deadline: 31 August 2019
Silicon materials are synonymous with the microelectronics industry and, in particular, the processors used in everyday gadgets such as mobile phones, tablets, digital radios and televisions.
  High Sensitivity, Multispecies Gas Sensing in Hollow Core Fibres
  Dr N Wheeler
Application Deadline: 31 August 2019
This project aims to develop an ultra-high sensitivity, multispecies Raman-based gas sensor. This sensor would be suitable for applications such as environmental sensing (e.g.
  Hollow Core Fibres for Mid-infrared Gas Sensing, Quantum Optics & Metrology
  Dr N Wheeler, Dr F Poletti, Dr T Bradley
Application Deadline: 31 August 2019
This project focusses on exploiting novel hollow core fibres to make new mid-infrared devices. The mid-infrared spectral region represents a rapidly growing research area which is especially interesting for gas-light interactions as the strongest absorption features of many gas species lie in this region.
  Hollow Core Fibres in emerging applications
  Dr R Slavik, Prof D Richardson
Applications accepted all year round
We are looking for candidates with an interest in fibre opitcs and a degree or masters’ degree in physics or electronics to join us in researching novel optical fibres (hollow core fibres) manufactured in our Cleanroom complex for use in emerging applications (such as 5G networks, latency-sensitive communications, etc.) in collaboration with our recently-formed spin-off company, Lumenisity.
  Ultra-stable fibre optics using new-generation optical fibres
  Dr R Slavik, Dr F Poletti, Dr E Numkam Fokoua, Prof D Richardson
Applications accepted all year round
We are looking for a candidate with an interest in fibre optics and a degree or masters’ degree in physics or electronics to join us in researching the applications of brand new hollow core optical fibres developed at the University of Southampton (see ‘Further information’ below).
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