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The Ultrafast Photonics Collaboration (UPC) is an Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. It brings together scientists, engineers and technologists from leading UK universities and major international companies in a challenging project focused on the delivery of next-generation components and networks needed to provide datacomms up to rates of 100Tbit/s.

At St Andrews, the work carried out can be divided into four main areas: the development of novel ultrashort pulse laser sources suitable for datacomms; all-optical switching, semiconductor optical amplifiers and spintronics; novel semiconducting organic materials for datacomms; and photonic band gap structures.

For more information please visit the Ultrafast Photonics Collaboration home page.

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