The Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) is an example of ‘under one roof’ multidisciplinary research, housing some 160 researchers made up of engineers, physicists, materials scientists, biologists and chemists.
Approximately half of these researchers are PhD students who will drive the next generation of innovation and technology. The ATI also supports a large number of undergraduate research projects and a taught MSc programme in Nanotechnology and Nanoelectronic Devices.
For a list of ATI publications go to our Surrey Research Insight page.
The ATI's activities are divided into four research groups with cross cutting themes between them including science and technology on the nanoscale, technological applications of quantum science and engineering, and conversion of energy.