CDT PhD student Pardis Kaynezhad wins the Photonex conference "Popular Choice Research Poster Award".
A new method of implementing an ‘unbreakable’ quantum cryptographic system is able to transmit information at rates more than ten times faster than previous attempts. The research featured in a recent Nature Photonics paper and the first author was CDT PhD student Lucian Comandar. Reproduced courtesy of the University of Cambridge (http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/laser-technique-promises-super-fast-and-super-secure-quantum-cryptography#sthash.kOLxV0HJ.dpuf)
A UCL research group describe their work on a miniature near-infrared spectrometer for neonatal brain imaging that’s small enough for use in intensive care units (Reproduced courtesy of Electro-Optics Magazine: http://www.electrooptics.com/news/news_story.php?news_id=2504)
Dr Tachtsidis a CDT supervisor and his team from UCL Medical Physics in collaboration with neuroscientists from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience in UCL have demonstrated the use of functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (or fNIRS, an optical technique for monitoring brain function) to investigate prefrontal cortex function, during a prospective memory task in freely moving subjects in the center of London.
Prestigious ERC Starting Grant awarded to UCL CDT Supervisor, Dr Ioannis Papakonstatinou
A revolutionary new type of window glass could cut window-cleaning costs in tall buildings while reducing heating bills and boosting worker productivity.
The benefits of having strong links between research and industry were highlighted at the Integrated Photonic and Electronic Systems (IPES) Industry Day that took place at University College London (UCL) on 14 January 2016. The article below is republished courtesy of Electro-Optics (www.electrooptics.com), a magazine for engineers involved in photonics business, technology and applications.
Work Presented at the MRS Autumn Conference in Boston
Congratulations to Dr Adrien Desjardins (UCL Medical Physics)
UCL PhD Student Pardis Kaynezhad was awarded £100 towards international conference travel for her biophotonics talk.
A CDT PhD student at UCL has won the best poster prize at the prestigious Marconi Society Symposium about the Future Infrastructure of the Internet of Things.
A video has been produced to explain the relatively unexplored terahertz region of the electromagnetic spectrum to secondary school children.
The interdisciplinary researchers will investigate crucial points where malnutrition affects infant brain development, following Grand Challenges Exploration funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
A matching grant of $110 million has been awarded by the United States Department of Defence (DOD) to a State University of New York (SUNY)-led consortium to establish an Integrated Photonics Institute for Manufacturing Innovation (IP-IMI).
Congratulations to Christopher Ren, CDT PhD student from the University of Cambridge.
Phd Students from the CDT have been invited to present at a special CDT seminar to take place during the 20th European Conference on Networks and Optical Communications (NOC2015) at UCL.
Congratulations to Gemma Bale, a UCL PhD student who is the winner of the Postgraduate Student category at the Provost's UCL Engineering Engagement Awards!
Hearing cells through photoacoustic imaging: Nature Photonics Paper published by UCL's Professor Paul Beard
A research team led by IBME’s Professor Paul Beard, Professor of Biomedical Photoacoustics, Department of Medical Physics & Bioengineering UCL, has just had a paper published in Nature Photonics.
Jem Hebden, Professor of Biomedical Optics and Head of the Department of Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering, leads a research group developing diffuse optical imaging technology, primarily for diagnosing neuropathology in the newborn infant brain. Recently, our colleagues in the UCL Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME) interviewed him...
PhD student Alaric Taylor presents at the Materials Research Society's spring meeting.