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PhD Studentship: Near-Infra Red Emitting Metasurfaces for Novel Metamaterials

University of Birmingham

Qualification Type: PhD
Location: Birmingham
Funding for: UK Students, EU Students
Funding amount: Not Specified
Hours: Full Time
Placed On: 2nd August 2018
Closes: 20th August 2018

The project will introduce a new methodology for metamaterials based on near infrared emitting molecular metals, attachment to the surfaces and studies of their optical properties. The approach will use lanthanide metals with targeted to gold metasurfaces and patterned metamaterials to study the optical effect on the materials property. 

It will provide training in synthetic chemistry, metal complexes, luminescence, surface characterisation and a number of optical techniques. 

It is a collaborative project between the groups of Pikramenou (Chemistry) and Zhang (Physics) at the University of Birmingham. 

Interested applicants should contact Prof. Pikramenou in the first instance: z.pikramenou@bham.ac.uk or Prof. Zhang s.zhang@bham.ac.uk

   
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