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We conduct applied and fundamental research underlying laser and light-based techniques and develop novel technologies to address real-world applications of photonics.
Professor Mark Neil and his student at work in the lab
“White light laser” – a fibre based supercontinuum source
Micro-LED arrays for optogenetic stimulation
Foxes glacier mints between two linear polarisers
Parasitic green light generation in a mid-IR laser.
Learn more about the PG opportunities in the Photonics Group
Learn more about research in the Photonics Group