NRN062 - Biological Effects of Pulsed Microwave Fields on Luminophores
Over the past 40 years, a number of insights into the effects of millimetre-wave radiation on living cells and organisms have been published, although their interpretation remains controversial...
NRN073 - Dynamic capacitive sensor for the measurement of millimetre displacement of carbon composite panels: applications to aircraft materials subjected to lightning strikes
This project aims to develop a sensor capable of measuring millimetre displacements of a material subjected to a lightning strike in the microsecond range.
NRN158 - Microwave Photonics generation using low-cost vertical cavity surface-emitting lasers
Microwave photonics has been defined as the study of the interaction between microwave and optical waves. It is particularly suited to radio-over-fibre technologies and in particular, holds great promise for future 5G technology.
NRN162 - Tiny electronics for smart healthcare
Our goal is the development of a stand-alone sensor/ applicator with embedded signal generation and readout electronics.
NRN046 - Going lighter
Our research has targeted a new class of multicomponent alloys known for their combination of lightweight and strength: high-entropy alloys based on first raw metals.
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