New book written by Frank Vollmer and Deshui Yu, explaining the fundamentals of optical whispering gallery modes. It is suitable for an interdisciplinary readership comprised of physicists, bioengineers and medical professionals.
Our research group has been granted access to JADE (a Tier 2 supercomputer) for the new BooLeaN project, which aims to understand the Biophysics of Lifeat the Nanoscale using AI computer vision techniques.
Alan Turing Enrichment Scheme
Katya's research proposal for the Alan Turing Enrichment Scheme was successful! She will be joining the Machine Learning for Molecules and Materials group at The Alan Turing Institute from January 2021.
NTU and Exeter are working in partnership to deliver six split-site Biomedical PhD studentships. Aneeth has started his studentship in Exeter now and will move to Singapore soon.
Successful PhD viva
Congratulations to Serge, who just passed the viva and became the first graduated PhD in the Vollmerlab Exeter!
Paper accepted by Nature Communications
Serge's paper on reversible disulphide interactions was recently published in Nature communications. What a great achievement!Click here to read the full paper.
Collaboration with A*STAR Singapore
Katya has recently moved to Singapore as part of a collaboration with the A*STAR Institute of High Performance Computing. Click below to find out more about her postgraduate life in Singapore!
Katya was presented with an award for the best contributed talk at the IONS 2019 conference. Well done, Katya!