Tags are ideal to support the search function of the Expert Database. You only need to enter a key word once in the sections below, no need to duplicate. Your profile will always be displayed if somebody searches for a certain keyword such as antenna, regardless of where you entered this key word. Please provide comma separated terms for the areas below.
Add any facilities/equipment collaborators could make use off when working with you.
Scientific focus and expertise
For example: analytical theory, infrared, machine learning, microwave, modelling, nanofabrication, nanophotonics, periodic and a-periodic, plasmonics, ray-tracing, structure design, surface waves, visible, ….
For example: ceramics, composites, dielectrics, (semi)conductors, electronic components, liquids, metals, metasurfaces, paper, phase-change materials, plastics, smart materials, soft matter, …
Add any scientific challenge you would like to explore with network members in academia, industry, etc. This could be anything from very specific problems to vague ideas.
1 key word wherever possible. Separate by comma. Add details in brackets.
For example: actuators, antennas, augmented reality, beam shaping, coating, computing, data-storage, displays, energy harvesting, imaging (medical), lenses, metrology, mobile phones, morphing, polarisers, radar, scatterers, sensing, signature reduction, soft robotics, sound control, spectroscopy, …
Map your research wherever possible against the following market sectors: Communication, Electronics & Photonics, Energy, Healthcare, Infrastructure, Transport. Add more specific sub-sectors in brackets.
For example: Communication (wireless / automotive / space / aerospace); Transport (rail)
Describe the specific challenges in the innovation roadmap for your sector that you or your partners are facing associated with the application and market sectors described above. Please answer this without querying whether metamaterials are suited to solve this challenge.