Professors Giles Davies and Edmund Linfield, of the Leeds University School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, have won the 2014 Faraday Medal.
Recent News & Anouncements:
Low cost and complexity real-time THz imaging may be within reach as work in the US combines commercially available digital light processing technology and compressed sensing to enhance coded aperture imaging.
Cost, size and power must be addressed before terahertz spectroscopy can broaden its commercial acceptance – but steps are being taken.
Now researchers have found a way to downsize the detector portion of terahertz imaging machines into chip-sized devices.
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Upcoming Conferences, Meetings, Workshops:
Tucson, Arizona, USA. Sept. 14-19th, 2014.
22 – 25 September 2014
Kyoto Japan, from November 30 to December 3, 2014.
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Recent Career Center Postings:
Research Associate/Senior Research Associate in design and microfabrication technique for THz backward wave oscillatorsJuly 9th, 2014
The project is an international collaboration with Department of Physics at Lancaster University, the University of Leeds, the University of California Davis (US) and the Beijing Vacuum Electronic Research Institute (China).
University of Wuppertal, Germany. We are looking for the next available date, limited for 2 years, for a new scientific staff member to participate in the research project “TEASAR”.
University of Wuppertal, Germany. We are looking for the next available date, limited for 2 years, for a new scientific staff member to participate in the research project “Fully integrated, radio front-end module for wireless 100 Gbit / s communication (Real100G.RF)”
Potential projects include ‘Nonlinear Optics of Nanoscale Materials’, ‘Graphene Plasmonic Photonic Devices’, and ‘THz Nonlinear Processes in Semiconductors’.