UCL MRes student Rafael Sibilo will present her MRes project work on a very hot topic at the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) Spring Meeting in Lille.
CDT student James Lee is currently doing his first MRes project supervised by Professor Clemens Kaminski and Dr Weiwei Cai at Cambridge about flame tomography.
On 24th January, the new CDT welcomes representatives from many companies, both large and small, to London for our annual Industry Day.
Paper on 100 Gb/s Uncooled DWDM using Orthogonal Coding for Low-cost Datacommunication Links
Semiconductor III--V lasers monolithically grown on Si substrates
UCL CDT MRes student Alex Macfaden's first MRes project work with Dr Oleg Mitrofanov has been published in Applied Physics Letters.
Graduates from the Centre’s four year PhD programme will lead new industries based on the optimal integration of photonics in electronic systems
The CDT welcomes the new cohort of 23 students from both UCL and Cambridge who started earlier this month (October 2013) on their MRes in Photonic Systems Development.
CDT student Krste Pangovski recently attended the 2nd Annual EPSRC Manufacturing the Future Conference, 17-18 September 2013 hosted by Cranfield University and won the Best Presentation award. Well done to Krste!
Tim Wilkinson is promoted to Professor of Photonic Engineering at the University of Cambridge.
Associated CDT Student, Domanic Lavery, has received a prestigious award from the Marconi Society recognising his academic achievements and leadership in the field of communications and information science.
CDT student wins the Duane F. Bruley Award from the International Society of Oxygen Transport to Tissue.
Rob Waddingham, one of the Centre's students currently doing in his 2nd year of his PhD at the University of Cambridge was recently interviewed about his research into thin-film solar films.
Over 25 companies attended the Centre's Annual Photonics Industry Day in Cambridge on 14th January and several have already pledged to provide industry focused student projects to our students.
The EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Photonic Systems Development set up jointly between UCL and the University of Cambridge will hold an Industry Day on 14th January 2013 at Cambridge’s William Gates Building. UK Tech companies are encouraged to attend and invest in the Centre’s largest ever cohort of students by collaborating in Masters or PhD level research projects that are relevant to the Tech Industry needs. There are a wide range of different opportunities for industry involvement on offer.
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A breakthrough achieved by Cambridge CDT student Ketaki Patel and researchers including Professor Richard Penty in collaboration with Toshiba Laboratories Europe allows ordinary telecom networks to be secured from eavesdropping. It has received widespread news coverage including in the New York Times.
The CDT welcomes the largest ever cohort of students to UCL and Cambridge to start their Masters of Research (MRes) in Photonic Systems Development.