The Centre for Electronics Frontiers looks at some of the biggest challenges facing the world today and attempts to solve them using our exceptional knowledge. We have key strategic relationships with many industrial partners, Government agencies as well as numerous universities across the globe that allows us to achieve a high impact from our work.
Please find our key research areas below.
AI hardware and Nanoelectronics
Prof Themis Prodromakis
Artificial intelligence is where electronics and computer science meet. It involves custom-designed hardware with complex algorithms and software. At CEF that is just what we do. Working at the cutting edge of AI developing the hardware to enable the next generation of AI to take shape.
Dr Alexandrou Serb
Unconventional Computing deals with computing and information processing derived from or implemented in physical, chemical and biological systems.
Dr Ioulia Tzouvadaki
Inflammatory markers consist a pivotal tool in clinical practice since they allow detection of acute inflammation that might be an indicator of specific diseases, or to enable signalizing the response of a patient to a specific medical treatment.
Dr Theresa Schoetz
Modern electronic technologies are developing at an impressive pace, shaping today’s societies by making our world more connected, safer and cleaner.
Flexible and organic electronics
Dr Dimitra Georgiadou
The quest for low-cost, lightweight, conformable and smart electronic devices has driven innovations in organic and hybrid semiconductors that can be printed at low temperatures on flexible substrates.
Dr Mari Napari
Atomic layer deposition is one of the key enablers of modern microelectronics, where the capability of depositing ultrathin films over vertical and high aspect ratio structures.
Dr Jinfeng Li
At CEF we are developing Surface Acoustic Waves (SAW)-based sensor for structural health monitoring application, such as temperature, train and corrosion monitoring LNG tank