Phd title: Lab-on-a-chip Technology Platform for Biophotonic Applications
Supervisors: Eric Larkins, Amanda Wright, and Steve Bull .
Hamed Pezeshki joined the University of Nottingham as a PhD student in the department of electrical and electronic engineering on December 1st. 2016. His research was focused in the area of plasmonics with applications in bio-photonic especially nano-optical tweezers, photonic integrated circuits (PICs), and telecommunication. He had been qualified to be awarded by “Faculty of Engineering Research Excellence PhD Scholarship”, for his course of study.
His area of expertise includes:
Currently, Hamed is a post doctoral researcher in the department of Applied Physics, Physics of Nanostructure group at the Eindhoven University of Technology. The focus of Hamed's research is about the development of spintronic-photonic memories by hybridizing nanomagnetism and plasmonics.
Salvatore La Cavera III
Phd title: Fibre-based High-frequency Laser Ultrasound
Supervisors: Prof Matt Clark, Dr Chung See and Dr Richard Smith
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