The NanoDTC has relationships with a number of companies working in the Nanotechnology Space, including Hitachi, Cambridge Display Technologies, NPL, TTP, Oxford Instruments and several others. A more complete list is given below.
Industry partners are involved in joint PhD projects as well as delivering lectures and seminars to our students, eg as part of our training on Nurturing and Managing Innovation in Science and Nano Innovation Seminar series.
Industry Partners are also involved in the chain of translating our research to technologies, through active engagement with our Translational Prize Fellows and Startups founded by our students and alumni.
New Industry Partners
We welcome new industry partners to work with us. This can be via joint PhD projects or through membership of our NanoDTC Industry Forum for exposure to the latest in nanoscience research through events, or for engaging with our pool of talented researchers for recruitment purposes.
Please contact Dr. Karishma Jain for more information.
Current PhD projects involving industry partners include:
The list of Partners who supported our 2018-19 CDT funding bid for 40 studentships from UKRI (in alphabetical order) includes:
- Aixtron Ltd
- Applied Materials Inc
- ARM Ltd
- Britvic Soft Drinks
- Cambridge Display Technology Ltd
- Centre for Process Innovation
- Defence Science & Tech Lab DSTL
- Deregallera Ltd
- Eight19 Ltd
- Emberion Limited
- Fluidic Analytics
- Hitachi Europe Ltd
- IBM Research GmbH
- Johnson Matthey
- Knowledge Transfer Network Ltd
- Mursla Ltd
- National Physical Laboratory
- Nokia UK Limited
- Oxford Instruments plc
- Oxford Nanopore Technologies
- Sabic Europe
- Samsung Electronics Research Laboratory
- Schlumberger Gould Research
- Sorex Sensors Ltd
- SuNAM Co. Ltd
- Talga technologies ltd
- The Technology Partnership Plc
- The Welding Institute
- Toshiba Research Europe Ltd