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Professor Iain Thayne

Professor Iain Thayne

‌Professor of Ultrafast Systems, School of Engineering

Professor Iain Thayne’s research interests lie in compound semiconductor electronic devices spanning activity in III-V MOSFETs for advanced logic, GaN on Si power electronic devices, and narrow bandgap (InAs and GaSb) based RF devices for low power wireless communications.

A common theme of all the device work is the development of ‘silicon compatible’ processing so that the outstanding properties of compound semiconductor materials can be fully exploited using the economies of scale offered from silicon manufacture in leading performance electronic devices; antennas; and microwave and millimetre-wave integrated circuits.

Professor Thayne is lead investigator on the UK PowerGaN Consortium, a £6.2 million, five year Programme Grant funded by EPSRC, comprising 33 researchers from the Universities of Bristol, Cambridge, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham and Sheffield investigating silicon compatible GaN power electronics components.

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