Welcoming back returning MPhys students

The group welcomes back our returning MPhys students who will continue on their projects this semester. This includes:

Big-data for nano-electronics – development of machine-learning tools for analysis of imaging and spectroscopic data for nanotechnology
Rafe Whitehead, Thomas Blackmore, Jonathan Ryding
Earth’s-field NMR – design and construction of an NMR system to operate in the Earth’s magnetic field
Luis Pedro Martins Mestre, Alexander O’Sullivan, James Overend, Ewan Kilpatrick
i-TCSPC analytics – studying single photon sources with inteferometric single-photon counting
Jake Manning

2020.S7 – Group MPhys Students

The group welcomes a bumper set of new MPhys (Masters project) students on a range of projects. Welcome to all students!

Big-data for nano-electronics – development of machine-learning tools for analysis of imaging and spectroscopic data for nanotechnology
Rafe Whitehead, Thomas Blackmore, Omar Ahmed, Jonathan Ryding
Earth’s-field NMR – design and construction of an NMR system to operate in the Earth’s magnetic field
Luis Pedro Martins Mestre, Alexander O’Sullivan, James Overend, Ewan Kilpatrick
i-TCSPC analytics – studying single photon sources with inteferometric single-photon counting
Jake Manning

Welcome to Harry and Lydia!

The group welcomes Harry and Lydia, two Manchester Physics MPhys students to the group. They will work together on a project to develop a high-resolution and low-cost interferometric distance standard using atomic transitions in lanthenide glasses.

MPhys projects 2018 – Welcome

The group welcomes four undergraduate MPhys students who will spend the semester working on their final year project:

  • Lily Shepherd and Rachel Clark return to work on compressive sensing applications for future photovoltaic characterization.
  • Jade Clarke and Eadie Weston will start a new project on open-science, looking to create 3D printable optomechanical actuators.

Welcome to MPhys students!

Welcome to Max Kahan, Pedro Trula, Michael Thorpe and Tom Thirlwell who join the group as MPhys students.

Max and Pedro will work on the application of machine learning approaches to studying large scale spectroscopic and imaging data produced by our nanowire characterisation tool.

Michael and Tom will work on developing a compressive imaging approach to photovoltaics characterisation.

A warm welcome to all.

Goodbye to MPhys students

A goodbye to Dylan Maxwell and David Barcons who have completed their S7 MPhys project. They worked together to develop non-equilibrium carrier dynamics modelling in nanowires, and to couple this to experimental measurements using TCSPC.

Thanks Dylan and David!