News Stories from the ATI

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


Why international students should study STEM


Best poster at the 2016 postgraduate conference

After winning the “Best Oral Presentation Award” at the international 2015 Nanotexnology conference in Greece, this year Dimitar Kutsarov, a PhD student from the University’s Advanced Technology Institute (ATI), was awarded for his poster presentation during the 2016 PGR Conference at the University of Surrey.


£3m grant for quantum technology facilities and research

A new £3 million grant announced today by Universities and Science minister Jo Johnson has been awarded to the University of Surrey to provide the answer to the challenge of enabling solid state quantum technologies, leading to quantum computers.

Read the full story or discover more about research in the ATI.


PhD researcher Greg Rigas has been selected to present his research to MPs at the House of Commons

Greg's presentation, as part of the SET for Britain 2016 competition, is on high-resolution ink-jet printed electronics. Read more: revolutionising the electronics industry


Dr Radu Sporea to present at British Council’s Café Scientifique in Hong Kong

Radu’s talk is called “the coming of age of plastic electronics” and will be on Tuesday 23rd February at 18:30.


Dr Richard Forbes elected a member of the International Field Emission Society fellows

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