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Sensor CDT Student awarded a £15,000 ChAMP and WAFT Collaboration Fund

last modified May 22, 2018 11:50 AM
Farah Alimagham, a Sensor CDT talented student, has been awarded a collaborative grant to work with the CDT in Metamaterials (Engineering at the University of Exeter).

The successful proposal has been brought together by teams from Physical Chemistry at the University of Cambridge and Engineering at the University of Exeter.

They were awarded £15,000 to investigate chemical sensing based on phase-change IR metamaterials devices. This project will run from June 2018 to September 2018 and will be an excellent opportunity to collaborate with colleagues from the University of Exeter and other EPSRC CDTs.

Further details on

https://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/xm2news/liam-trimby-won-a-15000-champ-and-waft-collaboration-fund-award-to-investigate-chemical-sensing-based-on-phase-change-ir-metamaterials-devices/

 

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