QEP Group Prize
2014 QEP Thesis Prize announcement
Congratulations to Dr Tobias Herr, winner of the 2014 QEP Thesis Prize. Tobias, who carried out his doctoral studies at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, under the supervision of Professor Tobias Kippenberg, is cited for his thesis entitled "Solitons and dynamics of frequency comb formation in optical microresonators".
Tobias's thesis has profound impact on the field of frequency combs and has triggered extensive work by numerous research groups. It has received international recognition and is a defining contribution to the scientific field of nonlinear optics and frequency combs, opening the door widely to new (and well-funded) research opportunities as well as fascinating applications.
Visit K-Lab, the Laboratory of Photonics and Quantum Measurements at EPFL, to find out more about the research of their group.
2015 Doctoral Research Prize - NOMINATIONS OPEN NOW
The QEP Doctoral Research Prize (formerly Thesis Prize) recognizes students who have conducted work of an exceptional standard in the field of quantum electronics and photonics.
Subject areas may include:
- Nonlinear Optics & Spectroscopy
- Coherent and Incoherent Light Sources
- Laser Cooling, Trapping & Manipulation
- Microstructured Photonic Systems
- Quantum Information Processing
- Laser Science
- Quantum Optics
- Nanophotonics & Plasmonics
Supervisors are invited to submit nominations using this form.
Closing date: 5th January 2015
Eligibility: Students completing their PhD examination, to the stage of an examiners’ recommendation of at least a “pass with minor corrections”, during the 2014 calendar year may be nominated.
The winning student and host research group will be announced in early 2015.
|2009||Fernando Brandao, Imperial College London|
|2008||Sarah Croke, Strathclyde University|
|2007||Matthias Ediger, Heriot-Watt University|
|2006||John Morton, Oxford University|
|2005||Jörg Evers, Universität Freiburg|
|2004||Hyunseok Jeong, Queen's University Belfast|
Seán Martin O'Flaherty, Trinity College Dublin
|2003||Dimitris Angelakis, Imperial College London|