Dr Erdan Gu

Research Team Leader

Institute of Photonics

Publications

Structured illumination for communications and bioscience using GaN micro-LED arrays interfaced to CMOS
McKendry Jonathan, Xie Enyuan, Herrnsdorf Johannes, McAlinden Niall, Gu Erdan, Watson Ian, Strain Michael, Mathieson Keith, Dawson Martin
Emerging Technologies in Communications, Microsystems, Optoelectronics and Sensors, (2017)
A multi-gigabit/sec integrated multiple input multiple output visible light communication demonstrator
Rajbhandari Sujan, Jalajakumari Aravind V.N., Chun Hyunchae, Faulkner Grahame, Cameron Katherine, Henderson Robert, Tsonev Dobroslav, Haas Harald, Xie Enyuan, McKendry Jonathan J. D., Herrnsdorf Johannes, Ferreira Ricardo, Gu Erdan, Dawson Martin D., O'Brien Dominic
Journal of Lightwave Technology, (2017)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JLT.2017.2694486
Integrating diamond with GaN photonic device
Hill Paul, Liu Hangyu, Leyman Ross, Gu Erdan, Dawson Martin, Strain Michael
8th SU2P Aunnual Symposium, (2017)
Towards 10 Gb/s OFDM-based visible light communication using a GaN violet micro-LED
Islim Mohamed Sufyan, Ferreira Ricardo X., He Xiangyu, Xie Enyuan, Videv Stefan, Viola Shaun, Watson Scott, Bamiedakis Nikolaos, Penty Richard V., White Ian H., Kelly Anthony E., Gu Erdan, Haas Harald, Dawson Martin D.
Photonics Research Vol 5, pp. A35-A43, (2017)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/PRJ.5.000A35
CMOS-integrated GaN LED array for discrete power level stepping in visible light communications
Griffiths Alexander D., Islim Mohamed Sufyan, Herrnsdorf Johannes, McKendry Jonathan J. D., Henderson Robert, Haas Harald, Gu Erdan, Dawson Martin D.
Optics Express Vol 25, pp. 338-345, (2017)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/OE.25.00A338
Positioning and space-division multiple access enabled by structured illumination with light-emitting diodes
Herrnsdorf Johannes, Strain Michael J., Gu Erdan, Henderson Robert K., Dawson Martin D.
Journal of Lightwave Technology Vol 35, pp. 2339-2345, (2017)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JLT.2017.2672864

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Professional activities

SU2P Symposium 2013
Organiser
4/2013
Northeastern University, China
Visiting researcher
2012
9th International Conference on Nitride Semiconductors (ICNS-9)
Organiser
10/7/2011
2nd Annual SU2P symposium, 2011
Chair
4/2011
Wuhan University of Technology
Visiting researcher
2011
Hosting academic visitors from Peking University and Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Member
7/2010

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Projects

Collaborative Project on education and research with Shandong Institute of Shipbuilding Technology
Gu, Erdan (Principal Investigator)
Period 16-Jul-2017 - 15-Jul-2019
Doctoral Training Partnership (DTA - University of Strathclyde) | Leitao, Miguel
Dawson, Martin (Principal Investigator) Gu, Erdan (Co-investigator) Leitao, Miguel (Research Co-investigator)
Period 01-Apr-2015 - 01-Oct-2018
IDEASPOT (Implementing Disruptive EnhAnced RF Shielding Provided by Optical Transmission)
Dawson, Martin (Principal Investigator) Gu, Erdan (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Oct-2015 - 30-Sep-2017
UK Quantum Technology Hub: NQIT - Networked Quantum Information Technologies
Dawson, Martin (Principal Investigator) Gu, Erdan (Co-investigator) Strain, Michael (Co-investigator) Watson, Ian (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Dec-2014 - 30-Nov-2019
UK Quantum Technology Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging (Quantic)
Dawson, Martin (Principal Investigator) Gu, Erdan (Co-investigator) Strain, Michael (Co-investigator) Watson, Ian (Co-investigator) Jeffers, John (Researcher) Oppo, Gian-Luca (Researcher) Yao, Alison (Researcher)
Period 01-Oct-2014 - 30-Sep-2019
Gallium nitride enabled hybrid and flexible photonics
Dawson, Martin (Principal Investigator) Gu, Erdan (Co-investigator) Martin, Robert (Co-investigator) Skabara, Peter (Co-investigator) Watson, Ian (Co-investigator)
Compound semiconductors lie at the heart of modern-day information and communications technologies, and of these none is currently more important than gallium nitride and its associated family of alloys. This material system allows the production of sophisticated optical devices (lasers, light-emitting diodes, photodiodes) covering the ultraviolet and visible spectrum for displays, optical data storage and photovoltaics; it enables the development of advanced microwave electronic devices (transistors) for high temperature, high power and high frequency operation. Most of the work currently undertaken with gallium nitride focuses on the basic material itself and the devices that can be made directly from it. Here, in a visionary programme interfacing to a wide range of other materials and disciplines, we seek to explore the unique potential of gallium nitride for 'hybrid and flexible photonics'. These two interrelated themes involve the integration of nitride semiconductor micro/nanostructures and devices with compatible hard and soft materials, which we take to include single crystal diamond, nanocomposites, polymer overlayers and substrates, printable electronics, organic resists, biopolymers, and metal/plasmonic structures. Imagine, for example, hybrid waveguide devices made from gallium nitride and diamond. These could generate and manipulate single photons of light, towards computation and communications systems exploiting the full potential of quantum mechanics, or could enable lasers to be made from diamond via the so-called stimulated Raman process. Imagine, furthermore, the transfer of gallium nitride devices onto flexible substrates and their control via printable electronics. This could facilitate large area micro-displays, and a wide range of instrumentation and communications systems. Imagine the wavelength conversion of gallium nitride emission via nanocomposites and metal-based plasmonic effects, as the basis of multi-gigahertz visible light communications systems. Imagine a range of nanophotonic sources capable of studying fundamental energy transfer processes on a nanoscale and of performing ultra-high resolution photolithography and direct write patterning. All of these capabilities and more can be forseen by the development of hybrid technologies based on gallium nitride. They present tremendous opportunities for UK leadership in fields of science and technology as diverse as nanoscience, lasers and nonlinear optics, quantum information, bioscience and visible light communications.
Period 01-Apr-2011 - 31-Mar-2015

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Institute of Photonics
Technology Innovation Centre

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