Advanced Technology Institute
We are one of the University's world-leading research centres. We bring together researchers with an international outlook in quantum information, nanotechnology, energy and advanced materials.
18 AUG 2022
OCTAVA: An open-source toolbox for harmonised analysis of clinical angiography images to support discovery of novel biomarkers
High-efficiency perovskite tandem solar cells
Funding information:UK home fees UKRI standard stipend.
Design and fabrication of energy scavenging thin film materials
Funding information:Full UK tuition fees covered for 3 years. Stipend at £16,062 p.a. (2022/23). Personal Computer (provided by the department).
Electronic properties of next generation perovskite solar cell materials
Funding information:UK candidates only for 3.5 years at £4,500 pa fees with a stipend of £16,062 pa (2022/23).
What we have to offer
We have a wide range of facilities here which our members use to work on cross-cutting themes, addressing the “grand challenges” in energy, healthcare, information technology, sustainable technology and more generally, technologies associated with “quality of life”.
Study with us
Industry needs graduates with up-to-date skills and the ability to expand and develop their products. Industries engaged in nanotechnology and nanomaterials research and development are no different.
Meet our people
Professor Ravi Silva
Director, Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) and Head of NanoElectronics Centre