Results For: "Energy"

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  • Optical Illuminator

    The invention addresses the important issue of uniformity of illumination in street lighting. It is a novel, non-imaging optic which can be combined with LEDs to produce illumination uniformity and footprints of various and defined diameters and shapes. This cannot be achieved by conventional opti...

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  • Smart Building Management System

    A novel building energy management system has been developed for managing energy usage; heating, cooling, lighting etc. The system is based on a wireless sensor architecture and advanced artificial intelligence network. The system is able to optimise environmental controls based on remote, real-tim...

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  • Novel Optical Concentrator for BIPV Systems

    Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) solar concentrator systems not only generate electricity, but also allow the transformation of ambient light and the use of cogenerated heat for various fundtions. Commercial advantages of BIPV include substantial reduction in amount of silcon used and reduced...

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  • Thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) compounds

    We have developed a series of deep blue TADF emitters for OLEDS. The emitters contain both carbazole donors and oxadiazole acceptors to effectively form excitons by a charge trapping mechanism.

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  • New luminescent materials for lighting

    The best performing OLED devices are currently based on iridium and platinum emitters. Our new materials, based on luminescent ditopic Pd(0) complexes are the most emissive palladium complexes reported to date and with easily tuneable emmission energies provide a an ideal new family of OLEDs.

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  • Supercell diffractive optics for thin film solar cells

    Light absorption in thin films can be strongly enhanced when guided modes supported by the thin films are excited. We present a novel design for diffraction gratings combined with a supercell which shifts energy from low to higher diffraction orders boosting solar cell efficiency.

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  • Novel wavelength division multiplexing for on-chip optical interlinks and active optical cables

    Our architecture consists of a single multi-wavelength laser and highly wavelength selective modulators and photodetectors, which eliminates the need for complex multiplexing circuitry. The devices are x100 smaller than those used in other architectures providing space and power saving benefits.

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  • Frequency modulated photonic crystal lasers

    Our new SiP+ laser employs a revolutionary method that sees the laser wavelength automatically locked to an ultra-low capacitance PhC resonator that provides direct modulation. This allows transceivers to operate in the 40-1000Gbps range in a simplified and cost-effective manner with an efficient po...

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  • Radio Frequency Ablation (RFA)

    Researchers at the University of Dundee have developed a novel “intelligent” RFA device for destroying solid tumours in situ. This new concept in RFA treatment overcomes the limitations of current technology by providing a safe, versatile and highly effective method for complete tumour ablation ther...

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  • Multipurpose, Novel, Nanocomposite Coatings for Medical Devices

    Researchers at the University of Dundee have developed novel coating strategies to prevent medical device-related infections and complications.

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