The Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) is one of University of Surrey's world-leading research centres. It brings together researchers with an international outlook in Quantum Information, Nanotechnology, Energy and Advanced Materials. The ATI's activities are divided into four research groups, united by cross-cutting themes.
In an interview with nanotechweb.org, Professor Ravi Silva outlines how research into processed organic materials could enable solar energy systems that cost a thousandth of their current price.
Surrey PhD students and early career researchers are invited to apply for the Alan Rogers Innovation Award, launched in memory of Prof Alan Rogers, Photonics expert and former Visiting Professor.
Dr Radu Sporea has been named the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences’ Early Career Teacher of the Year 2017.