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Read more at: Congratulations to Rachel Oliver

Congratulations to Rachel Oliver

Professor Rachel Oliver has been selected as an IEEE Photonics Society Distinguished Lecturer . The program was designed to honor excellent speakers who have made technical, industrial or entrepreneurial contributions to the field of photonics and to enhance the technical programs of the IEEE Photonics Society Chapters (...


Read more at: Happy Graduation to Dr Bogdan Spiridon

Happy Graduation to Dr Bogdan Spiridon

We are very excited about Bogdan's graduation today! It has been a very proud moment for him and us, but all the hard work he has put in has finaly paid off. We wish that success keeps following him in everything that he do. Today and always… Congratulations and Happy Graduation. Have a successful future. The Cambridge...


Read more at: Second year Postgraduate Seminars

Second year Postgraduate Seminars

Kagiso Loeto and Maruf Sarkar will presenting their work in short talks at the Second year Postgraduate Seminars today. Kagiso will be talking about " Quantitative Cathodoluminescence: Measuring Dopant Levels in Semiconductors using Light ", while Maruf will give us an insight on " Subsurface Backscattered Electron Imaging...


Read more at: Armourers and Brasiers' Cambridge Forum

Armourers and Brasiers' Cambridge Forum

Today, we will presenting our current research at the 2021 Armourers and Brasiers' Cambridge Forum . The event aims to brings together researchers from universities, industry and Alumni to hear a programme of international speakers on the latest developments in Materials Science research and to participate in networking...


Read more at: Group Coffee - Wed 11am

Group Coffee - Wed 11am

In a very Richard Attenborough way This week is the last week of easter term and we are soon to see a unique species emerge into the wilderness once again . A subspecies of homo sapien, homo sapien acadimus undergradous sp. , commonly known as undergraduates, have been a rare site for the last 3 weeks in this area as they...


Read more at: Bogdan and Simon win IAA projects

Bogdan and Simon win IAA projects

Congratulations to Bogdan Spiridon and Simon Fairclough for winning two EPSRC funded Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) grants. The short-term impact project lead by Bogdan Spiridon relates to the experimental study of porous GaN sensors as part of the development of smart high-performance sensors for harsh environments...


Read more at: Six 6's in one over - Congratulation to Abhiram Gundimeda

Six 6's in one over - Congratulation to Abhiram Gundimeda

University life comes with access to world leading research, but also plenty of opportunities for sports and other hobbies. We are very proud that we have PhD students, who show a passion for all of these parts of life. As the Cambridge Independent newspaper reported, our PhD student and hobby chef Abhiram Gundimeda is a...


Read more at: Bereavement Announcement for Prof Philip Dawson

Bereavement Announcement for Prof Philip Dawson

With deepest regret, we have to announce the sad death of Prof Philip Dawson, a great collaborator, colleague and friend who will be much missed by the group. We will continue to remember him, and to make use of his many scientific contributons. The Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride


Read more at: Happy Birthday to Colin

Happy Birthday to Colin

Today the Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride celebrates the 80th birthday of Sir Colin Humphreys. We wish him all the best and a fantastic birthday with lots of cake and fun.


Read more at: Welcome Chen Chen
Chen Chen

Welcome Chen Chen

Chen Chen has joined the group for a first year PhD project. He will be working on the relationship of structures and physical properties in nitride electronic devices. Welcome to the GaN Centre, Chen!


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