CDPT is proud to announce that it has been selected to lead one of six projects constituting the four-year A*STAR Quantum Technologies for Engineering (QTE) Program with its proposal Nanophotonic quantum toolkit on the fibre and SOI platforms. With CDPT’s and other two projects assigned to NTU’s researchers, this success makes NTU a prime player in quantum photonic technologies in Singapore.
The Quantum and Topological Nanophotonics (QTN) Workshop, held in NTU in December 2016 was a great success with more than 150 international and local participants over the two days of the workshop who could interact and foster collaborations with the many distinguished invited speakers from top institutions around the world.
CDPT dinner with Prof Sir Peter Knight and Prof Yuri Kivshar, invited speakers of the TPI LUX Photonics Consortium Conference 2016.
More photos of the event can be found here
ICMAT 2015 has brought in Singapore many CDPT friends and collaborators, here gathered for a cosy dinner together with some of CDPT staff.
Singapore-Japan workshop on Nanophotonics, Plasmonics and Metamaterials which was held in NTU in December 2014 hosted delegations from Japan and Taiwan to foster common research projects between the three counties.
The workshop saw an overwhelming participation of about 160 attendees. Here, a full lecture theatre follows the CDPT Director, Prof Nikolay Zheludev delivering a lecture.
NTU lights up photonics research with a S$100 million institute. The Photonics Institute opening ceremony was held at NTU on 30th October 2014.
Mr Teo Ser Luck (Minister of State for Trade and Industry), Prof. Bertil Andersson (NTU President) and Prof. Don Nutbeam (UoS Vice-Chancellor) open The Photonics Institute.
|May 2014 |
CDPT brought to Singapore META’14 conference which was a huge success attracting about 700 participants thus becoming the biggest nanophotonics conference.
NTU PhD students waiting for the conference participants to arrive at the registration desk.
|May 2014 |
NTU-Technion workshop on Photonics and Nanophotonics which was held in NTU in May 2014 revealed a deep affinity of research interests between the photonics communities of the two institutions.
NTU and Technion faculty discuss collaboration opportunities between the two institutions.
|October 2013, January 2014 |
CDPT international collaborator, Prof. Harald Giessen from Stuttgart University is running a research project at CDPT. In the photo Prof. Harald Giessen (second from left) advising and working with researchers in the CDPT cleanroom.
Prof. Harald Giessen (second from the left) working with researchers.
CDPT would like to congratulate our collaborator and NTU Adjunct Professor, Dr. Boris Lukiyanchuk, who was awarded the 2013 President's Science Award here in Singapore.
Dr. Boris Lukiyanchuk receiving award from Singapore President Tony Tan.
CDPT PI Prof. Qijie Wang published work on a graphene based light sensor that outperforms CMOS detector by 1000 times while Prof. Baile Zhang made an impact with the demonstration of cloaking of living pets. Both results have seen widespread coverage on both local and international news.
CDPT Researcher Dr. Guanghui Yuan's here.
Dr. Guanghui Yuan (on the left) adjusting laser experiment
with Dr. Lin Jiao (on the right)
A delegation from the Optoelectronic Research Centre at Southampton visited CDPT.
14 December 2012
CDPT was officially launched by NTU president Prof. Bertil Andersson on 14 December 2012.
From left to right: Prof. Y. M. Chee, Prof. Sir D. Payne, Prof. Z. X. Shen,
Prof. B. Andersson, Prof. N. Zheludev, Prof. F. Boey
Visit by Dr. Manolis, PRL Editor and Dr. Ling, PRX Editor
From left to right: Prof. N. Zheludev, Dr. M. Ling, Asst. Prof. C. Soci. and Dr. A. Manolis.