At Bangor University's school of computer science and electronic engineering (SEECS), cutting-edge research is being pursued in fields of photonics and optoelectronics, including optical super-resolution imaging, sensing, solar energy, laser manufacturing, nano laser, micro robots, 5G communication and IoT.
For example, the school is the birth places of the widely publicised 'spider silk superlens' technology, which uses spider silks found in nature as superlens to increase the imaging resolution of optical microscopes by 2-4 times.
The school is actively engaged in developing new applications of edge computing deployed in North Wales and enhancing the reliability of solar cells, and electronic sensors in the industry.
In this webinar, Drs. James Wang, Noel Bristow and Jeff Kettle from the school will present:
• Laser-based Micro/nano-manufacturing for industry (engraving, colour marking, texturing, cleaning, security labelling) - James
• Optical superlens and nanoscope and their applications – James
• New applications of IoT and edge computing deployed in North Wales (Noel)
• Enhancing the reliability of photonic and electronic products (Jeff)
Join with us to explore the cutting-edge photonics research at Bangor University school of computer science and electronic engineering. Meet our team to discuss photonics solutions for your business.
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Research Fellow at Bangor University
Reader in Electronic Engineering at Bangor University
Senior Lecturer at Bangor University