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Read more at: Congratulations to Bogdan Spiridon

Congratulations to Bogdan Spiridon

We congratulate Bogdan Spiridon for successfully defending his PhD thesis on the material science aspects of GaN HEMT devices. Congratulations - hip, hip, hurray and good luck for your future.

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New Master Students

Welcome to our four Master students: Angus Thomas, Sean Peedle, Francesca Adams and Xiaotian Zhang. They will work on various porous GaN, cathodoluminescence, and modeling projects in the group.

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Boning and Bogdan have submitted their PhD theses

boning_bogdan_theses.jpg Congratulations to Boning Ding and Bogdan Spiridon who have submitted their doctoral theses. Boning's work has investigated wurtzite and zincblende heterostructures to work towards high efficient green LEDs, and Bogdan's work has intensively studied the design and characterisation of GaN-based...

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Cubic GaN paper chosen as Editor’s Pick

Our recent paper on polarized surface photoluminescence from cubic InGaN/GaN MQWs has been chosen as an editor’s pick by APL. In this joined work between the David Binks group at the University of Manchester and us, we suggest that polarization effects from cubic InGaN/GaN MQWs might be related to recombination in quantum...

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Kagiso wins the #IOPP poster prize

Congratulations to Mr Kagiso Loeto , a first year PhD student from the Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride, the winner of the #IOPPposter prize in the subject Materials. ( Here you can see the full list of the winners in the 7 categories.) During the virtual poster conference hosted last month on twitter, he presented his...

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Read more at: GaN lab open for research

GaN lab open for research

We are back on track – the department has reopened its doors for research after the Corona lock down, enabling us to do lab experiments again. We are all very enthusiastic and full of new and exciting ideas. The team of the Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride

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Congratulations to Rachel Oliver

roliver_wie_2020.png Professor Rachel Oliver has been named one of the Women in Engineering Society's Top 50 Women in Engineering 2020 . This year's awards focus on women working in sustainability, and Rachel is being recognised for her work on sustainable lighting based on nitride light emitting diodes (LEDs). In...

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Porous GaN as cover for JAP

jap-127-porous.png Congratulations to Peter Griffin from the Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride, whoes paper on porous DBRs was chosen as a cover illustration for JAP. [ Link ] Reproduced with the permission of AIP Publishing.

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Read more at: Farewell to Dr. Alexander Hinz

Farewell to Dr. Alexander Hinz

We are saying goodbye to Dr. Alexander Hinz, who is heading off to new adventures in reserch at Fraunhofer Institute in Dresden (Germany). Thank you for all the work in the group and taking charge of the MOVPE reactors. It was a privilege to work with you. We wish you best of luck for the next exciting step of your life.

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Read more at: Congratulations to Martin Frentrup

Congratulations to Martin Frentrup

Many congratulations to Martin Frentrup, winner of the Armourers and Brasiers Company Postdoc prize and key member of the Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride.

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