Quantum cascade lasers (QCLs) are unipolar optoelectronic devices that exploit optical transitions between engineered electronic subbands created in multiple coupled semiconductor quantum wells.
Since the delivery of the landmark Jost report in 1966, which highlighted the importance of tribology to the UK economy, the field of tribology has been constantly evolving.
We are delighted to invite you to the second 'International Symposium on Coupled Phenomena in Environmental Geotechnics (CPEG2)' that will be held at the University of Leeds.
Frontiers in Engineering Science is the flagship monthly seminar program hosted by the School of Chemical and Process Engineering.
The RSC/SCI Colloids Group is pleased to announce a meeting for both academia and industry colleagues to link the latest research on interfacially-active particles to current and future applications.
A collaboration between the EPSRC (CDT) in Fluid Dynamics at the University of Leeds and Imperial College London to encourage greater cohesion and interaction amongst the fluid communities in the UK.
- One day event
- Reoccuring events