Dr Gary Ternent joins KNT bringing more than 30 years industry and academic experience in semiconductor product development. Gary has lead development projects in a multitude of photonic and electronic applications including: Laser Diode printing modules, GaN transistors, RTD devices and Si/SiGe RF devices. He has a wealth of experience in semiconductor nanofabrication and managed the EPSRC III-V nanofabrication centre at the University of Glasgow. Gary also has experience in yield improvement of high volume manufacturing. He has worked with IBM, Siemens, Intense, Xanic and the University of Glasgow.
Dr Ternent joins staffing team at KNT
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Abstract High-Q microring resonators have applications in gyroscopes, frequency comb generation, and feedback systems to control narrow linewidth integrated lasers [1-3].
A thermal conduction measurement device was fabricated, consisting of a silicon dioxide membrane with integrated thermal sensors (Pt resistance heater/thermometer and