Jason's polarization-selective nanostructures reshapes photonic computing!
Ghazi's paper on chalcogenide optomemristors appears in Nature Communications, and is featured by Optica!
Samarth's work on Sb-based photonic memories is published in Nano Letters!
Nick's paper on electrically reconfigurable plasmonic switches is published in Advanced Science!
Utku's recent work on phase-change tuning of nanowire NEMS appears in Nature Communications and is highlighted by the University!
Nathan’s work on Reconfigurable Optical Coatings, in collaboration with Bodle Technologies, appears in ACS Photonics and is featured by The Times!
The Fantastic Four (Xuan, James, Eugene, Nick) pass their DPhil Vivas!
Nick's recent work on nanocalligraphy appears on Microsystems & Nanoengineering and is also featured by the MPLS Division!
We gathered at Millennium Hall (Horton-cum-Studley) and enjoyed the scorching sun!
Yu's paper on water-based nanomanufacturing is published in Nano Letters and on the University's news page!
The group is excited to spin out a new company in the area of photonic computing for AI, Salience Labs.
Congrats to Johannes for his recent paper on parallel photonic processing, published in Nature!
Our Sb paper appears in Science Advances!
Congrats to Tara for winning the 2020 Oldfield Award by the Society of Glass Technology!
We gathered before the Christmas holiday at Kassam Stadium for bowling!
Nik and Nathan's paper appears in Science Advances, featured on Nature and BBC!
We bid goodbye to Nipho and wish him all the best for his new life in South Africa!
We gathered in Hyde Park for a surprise picnic for Nathan's farewell.
We bid farewell to Ghazi prior to his new journey off to IBM Research (Zurich)!
Sam successfully finalises his MPhil degree on Monatomic Phase Change Materials.
Our paper on all-optical AI with our collaborators in Germany appears in Nature!
Our paper with IBM appears in Science Advances, featured on IBM’s Blog!
Ghazi passes DPhil Viva!
We bid goodbye to the one and only Ben Porter!
Xuan and Nathan’s paper extending photonic memories to 5-bits per cell appears on the cover of Optica!
Harish's TEDx Talk at Eton
A few words on creativity by Méadhbh
All-optical 5-bit memory cell by Xuan
On-chip photonic multiplication explained by Nathan
Plasmonics and Phase-Change explained by Nick
A brief on phase-change NEMS by Utku
Jason explains polarization-selective computing