Tagged: poster

David Osuna Ruiz submits his thesis!

Congratulations to David Osuna Ruiz, who has submitted the final version of his thesis, ‘Magnetisation dynamics and tuneable GHz properties of unsaturated magnetic nanostructures’ after corrections. David looks back on his experience of studying for a PhD as part of the CDT: Four years ago, I decided to move to...

Julia De Pineda passes her viva!

Congratulations to Julia De Pineda, who passed her viva this month. Her thesis was entitled ‘Multi-layer metasurfaces for manipulating the propagation of microwaves along surfaces and edges’. Julia published four papers during her time with the CDT. Below, Julia describes the challenges and rewards of undertaking a PhD and the...

Ineta Grikalaite and Joaquin Faneca give virtual presentations at SPb Photonic, Optoelectronic, & Electronic Materials 2020

Fourth year student Joaquin Faneca and second year student Ineta Grikalaite attended SPb Photonic, Optoelectronic, & Electronic Materials 2020 online conference and presented their work during the virtual poster sessions in the format of a 1 min elevator pitch. Joaquin presented his work on “On-chip sub-wavelength Bragg grating design based...

Liam Trimby passes his viva!

Congratulations to Liam Trimby, who has passed his viva. He was supervised by Prof. C. David Wright and Dr. Anna Baldycheva.Liam’s thesis was titled ‘Phase-Change Meta-Devices for Tuneable Bandpass Filtering in the Infrared’. The examiners were Prof. Martin Cryan from University of BristolĀ  and the internal examiner was Dr. Mustafa...

David Newman presents poster at York-Tohoku-Kaiserslautern Research Symposium

On 12th-14th June, first year PGR David Newman attended the York-Tohoku-Kaiserslautern Research Symposium on “New Concept Spintronic Devices”. The symposium is a result of the JSPS Core-to-Core programme that pairs Japanese universities with world-leading universities. David presented a poster titled”Time-resolved X-ray detected ferromagnetic resonance measurements of a CoFe/NiO/Fe/NiFe multilayer structure”....

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