Since 1916, OSA has been the world’s leading champion for optics and photonics, uniting and educating scientists, engineers, educators, technicians and business leaders worldwide to foster and promote technical and professional development. Through publications, events and services, the Optical Society is helping to advance the science of light by addressing the ongoing need for shared knowledge and innovation. OSA sponsors multiple IONS conferences annually across the globe, bringing together future leaders in the field of optical science in a stimulating and rewarding environment. Find out more at https://www.osa.org/en-us/home/
XM2 is the University of Exeter’s Centre for Doctoral Training in Metamaterials. They have a well-established track record of relevant research, spanning a unique mix of interests, from microwave metasurfaces to carbon nanotubes, from the fundamental theory of electromagnetism and quantum mechanics, to new understanding in acoustics, from graphene plasmonics to spintronics, magnonics and magnetic composites, and from terahertz photonics to biomimetics. The Centre is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the University of Exeter and industry collaborators. Read more at http://emps.exeter.ac.uk/metamaterials/about/aboutthecentre
University is about so much more than just studying and our Alumni Annual Fund supports the extra-curricular activities that help to make Exeter such a fantastic place to study. Funded by thousands of alumni and supporters of the University, donations are used to enhance the student experience. Grants are given to sports clubs, societies, music groups, theatre productions, student conferences and community outreach projects, to name just a few.
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The College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences is one of the six colleges that make up the University of Exeter and can be found on both the Streatham and Penryn campuses. The college comprises seven unique subject areas: Computer Science, Engineering, Geology, Mathematics, Mining and Minerals Engineering, Physics and Astronomy and Renewable Energy.
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TEAM-A (Tailored Electromagnetic & Acoustic Materials Accelerator) is a multidisciplinary team of academic and industrial researchers based across the College of Engineeting, Mathematics and Physical Sciences at the University of Exeter, and QinetiQ, the multinational defence technology company. The research aims to create materials that have the ability to fully control and manipulate the flow of electromagnetic (e.g radiated heat, light, radiowaves) and acoustic (e.g sound, vibration, shock) energy, and have the potential to enable a large and diverse range of technologies.