News Stories

Here are the latest stories from the Advanced Technology Institute and our Research Centres

Congratulations to our PG graduates

The ATI congratulates cohort of recent MSc and PhD graduates

BBC’s 'The Life Scientific' meets Professor Alf Adams

Surrey’s Distinguished Professor of Physics Alf Adams recently featured on Professor Jim Al-Khalili's BBC Radio 4 programme 'The Life Scientific'. 

Surrey leads research to revolutionise energy capture and storage

The University’s ATI has won funding from the UK and Indian governments for two projects exploring how nanotechnology will impact the future of renewable energy. 

Find out more about the collaboration between the ATI and India on the main Feature page.

New electronic component paves the way for future flexible gadgets

Innovative source-gated transistors may boost the resilience of low-cost and energy-efficient electronics in the future. 

Read more about this new leap in flexible technology development on the main Feature page.

Hybrid Graphene: a Bright Future for Fourth Generation Organic Photovoltaic Modules (OPVM)

Surrey researchers improve the efficiency of solar power harvesting with state of the art, low-cost materials

PhD positions

Theoretical PhD research studentships are anticipated in quantum computing, photonics and quantum optics within the theory group.
The theory group is located within the Advanced Technology Institute at the University of Surrey which consists of approximately 50 researchers working on topics including III-V and silicon based light emitters and detectors, light-matter interaction in microstructured photonic materials, quantum computing with superconducting qubits, spintronics, and energy efficient photonic devices. The group benefits from strong interaction between experimental and theoretical activities.

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