Daisy Shearer is a PhD student at the University of Surrey working primarily within the Photonics and Quantum Sciences group at the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI). Her project is currently focused on electron spin polarization in InSb-based nanodevices.

She holds an integrated Master's degree in Physics with first-class honours from the University of Surrey (2014-2018). Her research project involved working in R&D at the Centre for Integrated Photonics developing High-Speed Electroabsorption Modulated Lasers (EMLs) for long-haul telecommunications.

My qualifications

MPhys Physics

Dissertation: 'Investigating the DC Opto-electrical & Large Signal Characteristics of Electroabsorption Modulated Lasers'
University of Surrey

Affiliations and memberships

Member of the Institute of Physics


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My teaching