A set of MATLAB-based hardware drivers developed in the lab have been made available online. More details are available on the Hardware Drivers page, or via github. These span Thor Labs imaging equipment, oceanoptics spectrometers, and a range of motion controllers.
Stephen was invited to present a virtual seminar for the UK Nitride Consortium, discussing recent developments in zincblende-phase gallium nitride based light emitting devices. Working in collaboration with the group of Dr. David Binks at the University of Manchester, and the Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride, Stephen demonstrated the capability of this material to bridge the “green gap” for intrinsic light emitting devices and to reduce the impact of efficiency droop at high drive currents.
Patrick hosted four external speakers at an early career researcher seminar. The four speakers were:
- Chen-Hsuan Hsu from RIKEN,
- Dharmraj Patil from A*STAR – Agency for Science, Technology and Research,
- Matthew Coak from University of Warwick
- Silvia Motti from University of Oxford