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New Postdoc Positions available: Two Postdoctoral Researchers in FABRICATION and CHARACTERIZATION of IMPLANTABLE MAGNETOELECTRIC/FBAR ANTENNAS. More information is available here: PDF

PhD Students:

We are always looking for outstanding and exceptional students (both MEng/MSc thesis option and PhD). In particular, we are looking for PhD applicants who have experience in Analog Circuit Design/Solid-State Sensors/Implantable and Wearable Electronics. The potential PhD projects include:

  • Implantable Microelectronics for Neural Interfaces
  • Analogue and RF Cryo-electronics for Quantum Computing
  • Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Devices for Biosensing Applications
  • Development of Tribophototronic and Piezophototronic Devices
  • Low‐dimensional Plasmonic Photodetectors Based on 3D graphene
  • Micro-fabrication and Modelling of Bio-inspired Anti-reflection Optical Coatings
  • Low Mechanical Loss Optical Mirror Coatings for Cryogenic Detection of Gravitational Waves
  • Optoelectronic Devices Based on Single Semiconductor Nanowires
  • Highly Mismatched Alloys (HMA) Semiconductors for Intermediate Band Photovoltaic Cells
  • Fabrication and Functionalisation of conductive Polymer Surfaces for Enhanced Biocompatibility towards Bio-Integrated Electronic Systems.
  • Development of transient Biodegradable Biosensors Utilising Inorganic Materials for Advanced Biomedical Applications

If you are a prospective graduate student and you have some prior background in Circuit and Sensors (papers, projects, courses etc.) then please feel free to get in touch providing some details about yourself and your research interests. 

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    New Postdoc Positions: 

    Our group, in collaboration with Glasgow Quantum Circuits Group, is hiring Three Postdoctoral Research Associates for a project on Cryoelectronic Quantum Computing Qubit Control interface using CMOS Circuits and System Design. Please contact us for more information.

    We are looking for a postdoc who has experience in Implantable Electronics and Neural Interfaces to work on the EU EIC Horizon projects. More information is HERE and please contact us if you are interested. 

    Non-UK staff can be supported in applications for:

    The Royal Society Newton Fellowships (2 years)
    Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral FellowshipsPostdoctoral Fellowships (1-3 years).