The latest news stories from Electronic Engineering, it's centres and the ATI are shown below:
19 January 2015
Philip Coleman, a Research Fellow from CVSSP has been selected to present his work at the House of Commons under the SET for BRITAIN competition. The poster which he submitted for the competition will be displayed on the 9th March for MPs and the overall winner of the contest will receive the Westminster Medal.
For more information please visit http://www.setforbritain.org.uk/index.asp
16 December 2014
A special issue on “Nanomaterial Mediated Electron Emission” is now accepting papers. Prof Ravi Silva, Director of the Advanced Technology Institute is Guest Editor.
9 December 2014
Professor Mark Plumbley, soon to join Surrey’s Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP), has been named an IEEE Fellow.
9 December 2014
A documentary by The Business Channel TV highlights the University’s strategy of building partnerships in Asia.
3 December 2014
Surrey is part of a research project that has developed ‘cancer seeing’ technology using proton beams – winning an Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Award.
22 November 2014Theoretical 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.
20 November 2014
Surrey’s Professor Jim Al-Khalili is one of many high-profile scientists to endorse the Lunar Mission One, which aims to survey the moon’s South Pole for a potential future human landing site.
19 November 2014
An article on lasers and megawatt magnets, written by Surrey Physics undergraduate Laurence Stant during his final year project, has been accepted for publication by equipment and instrumentation software company National Instruments.