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Dr Daniel Ho

Dr Daniel Ho

Dr Daniel Ho

Visiting Lecturer

Area of research

Artificially structured electromagnetic materials for efficient control of light-matter interactions

Office 2.11 QB
Merchant Venturers Building,
Woodland Road, Clifton BS8 1UB
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 331 5458

Research summary

Daniel's research interests lie primarily in the field of Quantum Optics, Nanophotonics, and Nanomanufacturing techniques. He is an expert in nanofabrication (3D additive nanomanufacturing and focused ion beam etching), modelling (Finite-Difference Time-Domain, and plane-wave expansion methods) and characterisation (in-house built Fourier imaging spectroscopy, and confocal microscopy). His area right now has focused on the artificially structured electromagnetic materials for efficient control of light-matter interactions and the development of advanced optoelectronic devices for practical applications (e.g., sensing, light trapping, and solar energy harvesting, and quantum technology, etc.). 

 1.  Chalcogenide Direct Write 3D Nanophononics - funded by the ...

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Biography

Daniel received his BSc degree in Electrical Engineering from the National Taipei University of Technology in Taiwan and the Ph.D. degree in Quantum Photonics from the University of Bristol. His doctoral dissertation, supervised by Prof. John Rarity, FRS, investigated the method of designing efficient single-photon sources for quantum information applications and awarded a commendation for the paper presented at the Sixteenth International Conference on Quantum Electronics and Photonics (QEP-16) and Photon 04. He joined the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering at Northumbria University as a Vice-Chancellor's Senior Fellow (Senior Lecturer) in September 2019.

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Selected publications

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