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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...

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 Bristol  and the internal examiner was Dr. Mustafa...

Carlota Ruiz De Galarreta passes her viva!

We are delighted to announce that Carlota Ruiz De Galarreta  has passed her viva. She was supervised by Prof. C. David Wright and Dr. Jacopo Bertolotti. Carlota’s thesis was on “Optical phase-change metasurfaces: novel design concepts to practicable devices”. The examiners were Prof Anatoly Zayats from Kings College London, and the internal...

Henry Fernández passes his viva!

Many congratulations to PGR Henry Fernández, who this week passed his viva with minor corrections. Henry’s thesis title was ‘Optical and Electronics Study of Hybrid Light-Matter States’. His supervisors were Bill Barnes and Saverio Russo, with the examiners being Rob Hicken (internal) and Said Rodriguez, from AMOLF in the Netherlands. During his...

Santiago García-Cuevas Carrillo passed his viva!

We are delighted to announce that PGR Santiago García-Cuevas Carrillo, supervised by Prof. C. David Wright and Prof. Geoff Nash , passed his viva with minor corrections. Santiago’s thesis was on “Reconfigurable Phase-Change Metasurface Absorbers for Optoelectronic Device Applications”. The examiners were Ann-Katrin Michel from ETH Zurich and Dr. Jacopo...

Miguel Camacho Aguilar passed his viva!

Congratulations to Miguel Camacho Aguilar, who has passed his viva. His thesis title was “Microwave response of finite periodic metal structures”. The examiners were Prof. Guido Valerio from University Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris and Prof. Matthew Browning from University of Exeter. Miguel will be starting a postdoctoral role...

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