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21 February 2019
Southampton's MINDS CDT is recruiting now for students to commence their PhDs in September 2019
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• MINDS CDT
• Electronic Materials and Devices Group
• Prof Themis Prodromakis profile
The University of Southampton will be at the forefront of developing the next generation of experts and leaders in Artificial Intelligence (AI) thanks to a £100M investment from UK Research and Innovation.Southampton’s School of Electronics and Computer Science and the Zepler Institute for... Read more
21 February 2019
Professors Themis Prodromakis and Tim Norman
The University of Southampton is set to spearhead the next generation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovators as part of a £100m investment from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).The new UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Machine Intelligence for Nano-electronic Devices and Systems (MINDS) will draw upon complementary expertise from within the School of Electronics and Computer Science and the Zepler Institute for Photonics and Nanoelectronics.MINDS CDT, one of 16 new Centres announced under the latest round of UKRI funding, will lead a... Read more
29 January 2019
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• Schedule of papers and posters
Researchers from the University of Southampton’s Optoelectronics Research Centre and the National Epitaxy Facility at the University of Sheffield, who combine expertise within the Future Photonics Hub, will be showcasing a variety of papers and posters at the forthcoming SPIE Photonics West 2019 conference (San Francisco, USA). Our schedule outlines those (co-)authored by this group of researchers.The Optoelectronics Research Centre is also hosting an annual reunion for its members, friends and... Read more
28 January 2019
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• Full article from Photonics21
• Open Letter of Concern
Three of the world's most eminent scientists have warned that photonics, an area set to create 1 million new jobs in Europe by 2030, could be seriously compromised if it is not included in the Horizon Europe draft funding priority list.Photonics production, according to a recent publication, could triple to more than €200 billion in Europe by 2030, providing key components to future developments in driverless cars, healthcare, food production, and Industry 4.0,... Read more