CAPPA are a partner in the PROMIS project. The postgraduate research on dilute metamorphic nanostructures and metamaterials in semiconductor photonics (PROMIS) brings together a carefully-chosen consortium made up of eight academic partners, two industry partners and eight associated partners, with European and worldwide reputations as leaders in their fields. The consortium will train a group of fifteen early stage researchers in the full range of skills required for a career in photonics, including materials growth, device fabrication, characterisation, design, theory and commercialisation. These skills will be applied in developing advanced photonics materials and devices for four application areas including security, energy, environment and information and communications. Each researcher will experience both academic and commercial environments thanks to the strong industrial involvement, resulting in multi-skilled, industry-focused graduates.
The PROMIS project is an EU H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie innovative training network. You can find out more information about the PROMIS project and the Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions here.