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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor N Zheludev
Organisation: University of Southampton
Department: Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC)
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Manufact. Enterprise Ops& Mgmt Manufacturing Machine & Plant
Materials Synthesis & Growth Optoelect. Devices & Circuits

Current EPSRC Support
EP/N00762X/1 National Hub in High Value Photonic Manufacturing(C)
EP/M009122/1 The Physics and Technology of Photonic Metadevices and Metasystems(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/G060363/1 NANOSTRUCTURED PHOTONIC METAMATERIALS(P)
EP/F040644/1 NANOSCOPE: looking inside a living cell with nanoscale resolution(P)
EP/F012810/1 NANOPHOTONICS: from fundamentals to real life applications (EPSRC Sponsored UK-Taiwan Collaboration Program for Success through People)(P)
EP/C508858/1 Understanding The Remarkable Optical Properties Of Nanostructured Twisted Planar Meta-Materials(P)
EP/C511786/1 NanoPhotonics Portfolio Partnership(P)
GR/S68583/01 Towards Plasmonics: Active Control of Surface Plasmon-Polariton Waves(P)
GR/S48165/01 SUPERTOROIDS CHALLENGE ESTABLISHED LAWS OF PHYSICS(P)
GR/S23513/01 Basic Technology: 4 Billion Bases a Day - Practical Individual Genome Sequencing(C)
GR/R76820/01 Nanoscale Photonics of Structural Transformations(P)
GR/S00958/01 OPTICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF PLANAR CHIRALITY(P)
GR/R88939/01 Photonics of structural transformations in a single nanoparticle(P)
GR/R15290/01 Broadband Spectral Characteristics of Elemental Gallium Undergoing a Phase Transition(P)
GR/R41538/01 NANOSCALE NONLINEAR OPTICS AT THE VERGE OF A STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITION(P)
GR/M94847/01 CONTROL OF OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF GALLIUM NANOLAYERS WITH A BEAM OF ELECTRONS(P)
GR/R01835/01 International Interdisciplinary Conference On Polarisation Effects In Lasers, Spectroscopy and Optoelectronics (Pels-2000)(P)
GR/M72234/01 ROPA:LIQUEFYING CONFINING GALLIUM: A NEW MATERIAL FOR PHOTONICS(P)
GR/M21027/01 NONLINEAR MAGNETO-OPTICS NETWORK(C)
GR/K14230/01 NONLINEAR OPTICAL PHENOMENA IN MEDIA WITH SPATIAL DISPERSION.(P)
GR/J26854/01 STUDY OF NEW NONLINEAR OPTIC PHENOMENA USING ADVNCED TIME-RESOLVED POLARIZATION-SENSITIVE DETECTION METHODS(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator