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.
Integrated photonic systems are expected to drive the development of new applications, including Ultra HD broadcast
Excellent coverage of CDT Industry Day- Article republished courtesy of New Electronics magazine (www.newelectronics.co.uk)
CDT PhD student Pardis Kaynezhad (supervised by Dr Ilias Tachtsidis, UCL) has been invited to give a talk at the 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Medical Laser Association from 15-17th April titled "Optical Monitoring of Brain Tissue Oxygenation and Metabolism in Hypoxia-Ischemia in the Preclinical Neonatal Model".
The 20th European Conference on Network and Optical Communications, NOC 2015 will be held at University College London (UCL), London, UK, from June 30th to July 2nd, 2015.
UCL Photonics Group Research expected to impact radar systems, medical imaging and wireless communications
CDT student Calum Williams and CDT supervisor Prof. Tim Wilkinson, along with other researchers from the engineering department at the University of Cambridge have proposed a new type of pixel element and demonstrated its unique switching capability.
Cambridge hosts first UK event for UNESCO International Year of Light 2015 to promote research and development of optical technologies
Cambridge hosted one of the world’s first events to celebrate The International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies (IYL 2015) on 9th January. IYL 2015 is a global initiative adopted by the United Nations to raise awareness of how optical technologies promote sustainable development and provide solutions to worldwide challenges in energy, education, agriculture, communications and health.
Professor Polina Bayvel, CDT Supervisor at UCL and research associate, Dr Robert Maher, have pioneered a new way to process fibre optic signals which could double the distance at which data travels error-free through transatlantic sub-marine cables.
Findings in Nature Physics paper could lead to more precise information transfer in computer chips and other applications. The paper has attracted lots of interest and is featured on the homepage of the US Department of Energy.
Prof. Clemens Kaminski was elected as a Fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA) in recognition of "pioneering work in the development of optical methods for quantifying the kinetics of reactions in chemical and biological systems".
Cambridge CDT Students Andrew Payne and Calum Williams Winners of 2014 Zeiss Photography Competition
The annual competition aims to show the breadth of engineering research at the University, from objects at the nanoscale all the way to major infrastructure. Both Andrew and Calum's images have received national and international coverage.
CDT Student Adam Funnell recently travelled to Nanjing University, China, to present original research carried out during his MRes project at the University of Cambridge.
The inventors of single molecule localisation and stimulated emission depletion (STED) super-resolution microscopy were today honoured with the Nobel prize for chemistry. One of the key applications of super-resolution imaging, pioneered by Professor Clemens Kaminski, (a CDT Supervisor at Cambridge) and mentioned by the Nobel Assembly, is the study of protein aggregation reactions in the context of neurodegenerative diseases.
Cambridge Student Calum Williams currently in the first year of his PhD, has successfully published his research on Colour holograms using plasmonic nanoparticles as a research highlight in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
UCL CDT PhD student Gemma Bale, supervised by Dr Illias Tachtsidis from Medical Physics and Bioengineering, has won the inaugural prize for Best Student Seminar Presentation of the Year.
CDT PhD student Calum Williams (Cambridge) has received the best poster award at a conference in Durham.
Photonics and nanotechnology CDT students Johannes Benedikt von Lindeiner, Nathan Curry, Laurie Young, Alexander Macfaden and Calum Williams are pleased to announce the formation of Cambridge’s Optical Society of America (OSA) Student Chapter.