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Imaging technology to design and build greener and safer aircraft
04 February, 2015
The University of Southampton is helping to develop new imaging technology to be used in the design, manufacture and maintenance for current and future generations of carbon composite aircraft. Led by QinetiQ, the UK consortium of the University of Southampton and University College London (UCL) and four companies in ProjectCAN brings together world leaders from academia, the aerospace industry and X-ray inspection equipment manufacture.
Can germanium replace silicon in mid-infrared group IV photonics?
27 March, 2014
A new research project led by the University of Southampton is aiming to establish whether germanium, a group IV semiconductor, can be used as the material of choice in mid-infrared (mid-IR) photonics circuits and sensors.
Light harvesting from random nanowire mats important for next generation optoelectronics
09 April, 2013
Physicists from the University of Southampton have demonstrated that transport of light in random nanowire mats is strongly correlated and governed by mesoscopic interference contributions. The very strong, collective multiple scattering and mesoscopic (between macroscopic objects and the microscopic, atomic world) light transport in three-dimensional nanowire mats is of considerable importance for applications in next-generation light-harvesting and optoelectronics devices.
 
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