Quantum & laser technologies
About this area
Key areas include:
Laser-plasma based radiation sources
- Building on the unique properties of laser driven radiation sources to enhance development and optimisation of these sources as tools for science and applications for a variety of different sectors
Quantum condensed matter physics
- Support ongoing investments and launch new activity at the interface between our quantum physics and solid-state activities.
- Focus is on translating scientific advances and corresponding technological developments towards industrial applications such as manufacturing and support for manufacturing.
You'll contribute to this area of excellence, focusing on the development and exploitation of laser driven radiation sources, growing our experimental research activity in this area.
Your research will lead the University in the direction of developing solid state devices for quantum information processing, leading to substantial change in scope and availability for this technology
You'll support the University’s continuing involvement in the UK National Quantum Technology Programme by building on our current research base and industry links.