This post will specifically involve the development and characterisation of oxide-based thin films and devices using the state-of-art facilities located within the Scottish Microelectronics Centre. The appointee will be part of a large interdisciplinary team lead by the Regius Chair of Engineering Prof Themis Prodromakis and will be affiliated with the Centre for Electronics Frontiers (CEF).
Senior Lecturer in Electronics and Electrical Engineering
I grew up in Worcestershire, England, attending the local comprehensive school, and developed an early interest in science and technology. I could often be found taking things apart, or building things out of LEGO.
Dr George Serghiou is part of a team of researchers who have created a new silicon-based material, which could make everyday computing devices faster and more efficient by processing information through light as well as electricity.
Dr Shiwei Wang received his Bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering (Outstanding Honor) from Zhejiang University, China in 2010 and PhD degree in Microelectronics from University of Edinburgh, UK in 2014.