Dr Mark Scullion
- Lecturer: Electronic and Photonic Devices (Electronic & Nanoscale Engineering)
Mark Scullion is a Lecturer in Electronic and Photonic Devices at the James Watt School of Engineering. His research interests include nano and microphotonic devices for biosensing, point-of-care medical diagnostics, photonic integrated circuits, spectroscopy and environmental sensing, but is also interested in new directions and applications (e.g. quantum devices). He has several years' experience in the design, simulation, fabrication and application of photonic devices based on waveguides, photonic crystals, gratings, resonators and couplers fabricated by electron beam lithography, photolithography or laser writing. He is also experienced in functionalization of these devices and a number of techniques for fabricating microfluidics, using these devices with biological samples including serum, urine, bacteria, antibodies and proteins.
Photonic Integrated Circuits, Photonic Biosensors, Lab-on-a-chip, Point of Care Diagnostics, Nanophotonics, Nanofabrication.
- Xi, Shimeng
Electro-optic control and readout architecture for integrated quantum circuits