- Our researchers have contributed to the ubiquitous laser diode, to semiconductor processing and to low temperature carbon nanotube growth on CMOS substrates.
- Our expertise within the electronics and photonics area have contributed to multi-billion dollar industries.
- Strategic relationships with key industrial partners have allowed us to progress the frontiers of science towards world-leading technologies.
- Be inspired to take on the grand challenges by being part of the ATI team.
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10 Years of Shaping the Future
Browse our current research, celebrated at our tenth anniversary Open Day.
- Electronic Engineering Department wins Elektra Awards 2013
- Drunken walks on a nanotube tightrope
- Research in Surrey's ATI paves the way for more energy-efficient communications
- Physics students attend EU-sponsored Spintronics Summer School
- A step closer to all-optical microcircuits with designer photonic materials
- Fourth generation solar cell technology for high efficiency, large-area, low cost photovoltaics defined by Surrey academic
- A paper is published in Nature on "the effect of a quantum light"
- Carbons in a twist: the science behind the nano-carbon helix