Juggling photons and electrons: Light entertainment for electrical engineers

2 May 2013, 6.00 PM - 2 May 2013, 6.00 PM

Pugsley Lecture Theatre, Queen's Building, University Walk

Professor Martin Cryan - inaugural lecture

Martin Cryan is a Professor of Applied Electromagnetics and Photonics

This talk is a personal view of Professor Martin Cryan's journey along the electromagnetic spectrum from radiowaves to lightwaves.

It will show you how Electrical Engineers are still exploiting the amazing properties of electromagnetic waves in applications such as solar energy and nanoscale sensors using nanoscale patterning and control of materials.

If you require additional support for any of the lectures, e.g. wheelchair access or sign language interpretation, please contact Nicola Fry at the earliest opportunity and we will endeavour to meet your request.

This event is organised by the Public and Ceremonial Events Office.

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