Conference Presentation: CMD 2022

Two of the group gave oral presentations at CMD29 in Manchester.

Group PhD student Hoyeon Choi reported his work on the “Impact of Microstructure of Crystallinity driven singlet fission efficiency in diF-TES-ADT“, a collaboration between Jenny Clark (Sheffield) our our group.

Group PDRA Stephen Church reported his work on “Disentangling gain, distributed losses and end-facet losses in freestanding nanowires lasers using automated high-throughput micro-spectroscopy“, a collaboration between Huiyun Liu (UCL) and our group.

New Grant – InnovateUK Commercialising Quantum Technologies

The group have been awarded an InnovateUK grant as part of the ISCF “Commercialising Quantum Technologies” call. This 18month project led by Nanoco Technologies (Widnes) and David Binks (Manchester) will explore singly-doped quantum dots as a platform for quantum technologies. The project runs from August 2022 to January 2024.

This project will recruit one postdoctoral researcher to work on high-throughput single-dot spectroscopy, to be advertised soon.