Projects per year
Dr. Johannes Herrnsdorf is a research associate at the Institute of Photonics. His main interests are the exploration of the physics of gallium nitride micro-LEDs and their development towards a wide range of applications including communications and imaging.
His research has equipped him with a broad background in semiconductor-based photonics, including solution processible organic and inorganic materials for colour conversion and lasers, and semiconductor devices for operation from the ultra-violet through to the near infrared wavelengths. He currently focusses on structured digital illumination, which is scalable from microscopic through to kilometre ranges, and on the few-photon operation of LED-enabled optical links. Dr Herrnsdorf has been awarded an EPSRC UKRI Innovation Fellowship to support his work on structured illumination and digital lighting at the few-photon level.
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1/03/19 → 1/09/22
Project: Research Studentship - Internally Allocated
29/06/18 → 28/06/21
Project: Research Fellowship
Research Output per year
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract
Data for: "Photometric stereo-imaging using sinusoidal modulation and with an additional data signal"
Wireless data transmission at 20 Mb/s over 750 m distance using a single microscopic blue LED and a Single Photon Avalanche Diode detector chip
Activities per year
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talk