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We are looking for a highly qualified researcher to join the LiFi Research and Development Centre. Candidates must have experience in LiFi networking research, considerable network level simulator programming skills and excellent communication skills. The post-holder will have the opportunity to work with development engineers, researchers and senior academics as well as external partners.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

040406

Closing Date: 

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Research Themes: 

  • Communications

Research Institutes: 

  • Digital Communications

Professor Harald Haas, CSO of pureLiFi and Professor of Mobile Communications at the University of Edinburgh, has received the International Solid State Lighting Alliance (ISA) Award for Outstanding Achievement in Beijing, China this November.

The award, presented at the 13th International Forum on Solid State Lighting, relates to Professor Haas’s contribution to diversify the applications of solid state lighting (SSL) technology. 2014 Nobel Prize for Physics winner and previous winner of the Outstanding Achievement, Professor Shuji Nakamura, presented Professor Haas with the award.

LiFi, which stands for 'light fidelity', is a technology that can transmit data through light and turn the lamps in every office, home, car or streetlight into wireless Internet access points. It offers higher speeds than traditional wireless technology, greater security and the potential to deliver unprecedented bandwidth and data density.

Professor Shuji Nakamura presenting Professor Harald Haas with his Award

pureLiFi, the global leader in LiFi technologies, has announced the completion of its Series B Financing Round led by Temasek. The funding will support the development and commercialization of its proprietary cutting-edge LiFi technology that uses modulated LED light to provide wireless communications, with the potential to be significantly faster than current WiFi technology. Harald Haas, the founder of pureLiFi and the “father of LiFi”, said “I am absolutely delighted that this significant step for pureLiFi has been achieved towards unlocking the grand LiFi vision”.

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Professor Harald Haas (at second from left) and the pureLiFi team (Photo: Business Wire) Multimedia Gallery URL

Professor Harald Haas, Chair of Mobile Communications and Director of the Li-Fi Research and Development Centre at the University of Edinburgh and co author Dr Marco Di Renzo, researcher with Laboratory of Signals and Systems (L2S) have been awarded the Jack Neubauer Memorial Award for the best s

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Closing Date: 

Friday, March 13, 2015

Li-Fi (Light-Fidelity) is high speed wireless communications through light emitting diodes (LEDs). Li-Fi has first been coined by Prof.

Alexander Graham Bell building, King's Buildings Campus, University of Edinburgh

Closing Date: 

Monday, June 1, 2015

Li-Fi (Light-Fidelity) is high speed wireless communications through light emitting diodes (LEDs). Li-Fi has first been coined by Prof.

Alexander Graham Bell building, King's Buildings Campus, University of Edinburgh

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