Returning for its third year, the School of Engineering at the Univeristy of Edinburgh, in collaboration with the Scottish Chapter of the IEEE Electron Devices Society present its Evening Exploration Lecture.
A 24 month research position is available in the UK Quantum Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging to the Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Strathclyde, Bristol, Heriot-Watt and Oxford to develop a family of quantum-enhanced multidimensional cameras operating across a range of wavelengths, timescales and length-scales.
A 24 month research position is available in a multidisciplinary Cancer Research UK project with King’s College, London to develop a highly parallel fluorescence lifetime based exosome sorting platform for personalized diagnostics. This system will be based on MegaFrame single photon avalanche diode (SPAD) cameras developed at University of Edinburgh.
OPTIMA is a 4 year PhD training programme combining excellent research and PhD supervision in world-leading scientific environments and a bespoke programme of business training in healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship.
It is a Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) funded by both the EPSRC and the MRC in recognition for our use of cutting-edge optical technology to address key clinical questions via medical imaging.
The combination of Sensing and Measurement is arguably the most fundamental scientific discipline required and utilised by society: it impacts on all areas of life from integrated atomic clocks for GPS location, through the myriad of chemical and physical sensors found in science, industry, environmental monitoring, consumer goods, biomedicine, food, energy and transport.
Prestigious EPSRC Awards are available to high calibre applicants for this programme