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Jeremy Allam obtained his first degree in Physics from the University of Oxford, and his PhD from Surrey. After working for 2 years at AT&T Bell Laboratories and for 3 years as a postdoc sponsored by British Telecom, in 1990 he joined the newly-formed Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory where he formed a group working in Femtosecond Optoelectronics. In April 2000 he was appointed to a Chair in Ultrafast Optoelectronics. Jeremy's research interests include ultrafast carrier dynamics in semiconductors for optoelectronic devices, high-speed photonic measurement technologies, and high-field carrier transport. He has recently commissioned a a new ultrafast laser facility comprising laser oscillators and amplifiers, parametric oscillators and amplifiers, and frequency mixers, providing a capability for <100 fs optical pulses from UV to the mid-IR wavelengths.
Jeremy Allam is (or has formerly been) affiliated with Advanced Technology Institute, University of Surrey, III-V Semiconductor Emitter and Detector Physics, University of Surrey and University of Surrey.
Areas of Expertise
- High-Field Carrier Transport
- High-Speed Photonic Measurement Technologies
- Optoelectronic Devices
- Ultrafast Carrier Dynamics