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New Master students have arrived

Our two new students Xinyu Lin and Yucheng Hu have landed and joined the group for a fanatstic journey through their Master projects.


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Welcome Sidra

We welcome Dr Sidra A. Dar . Sidra has previously worked in the Cambridge Graphene Centre and has now joined our group to take care of the technical sections in the lab.


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Rachel was awarded the Everywoman in Technology 2022 Academic Award

Our congratulations to Prof. Rachel Oliver who was awarded the Everywoman in Technology 2022 Academic Award. This is awarded for an outstanding contribution to technology and science and work which has made or has the potential to make a significant long-term impact in STEM. More details here .


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Edward Saunders

Edward has arrived

Edward Saunders has joined the Cambridge GaN team for his NanoDTC research project. In the next 2 months, he will investigate the degradation of porous GaN through ion and radiation damage for space applications. His first trip took him to the Dalton Cumbrian Facility (DCF) for a proton beam treatment of his samples.


Read more at: 2022 IOM3 Young Persons Lecture Competition

2022 IOM3 Young Persons Lecture Competition

Chen and Francesca have pre sented their work at t he Cambridge heat of the 2022 IOM3 Young Persons Lecture Competition (YPLC). Congratulation!


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UKNC winter meeting

Congratulation to our PhD students for the presentation of their latest research results at the UKNC winter meeting . The poster presented by Maruf Sarkar was honoured with this year's student poster prize. Well done everyone!


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GaN Christmas hamper 2021

GaN Centre supports Foodbank Christmas Appeal

It has been already a small tradition in the GaN centre that we contribute a Christmas hamper as part of the department's partnering with Cambridge City Foodbank's Christmas Hamper campaign. Although Cambridge is considered a prosperous area, the reality is that there are many families who struggle financially and...


Read more at: New PhD students have arrived

New PhD students have arrived

Two new PhD students have joint us at beginning of October to start exciting research projects with us. Francesca Adams will explore the secrets of nitride based transistors, while Yihong Ji will work on materials for nitride-based Micro-LEDs. Welcome in the group.


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A visitor in the group

Ing. Jakub Pongrácz from the Institute of Physics of Materials at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic will stay with us over the next 3 month to investigate the relation of defects and porous materials.


Read more at: Huge congratulations to Rachel!

Huge congratulations to Rachel!

Bang... Bang bang. We are absolutly thrilled that Professor Rachel Oliver has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering for her study and innovative applications of gallium nitride for electronic and optoelectronic devices. ( Full announcement here .) Huge congratulations from the group! Well deserved...


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