Dr Lei Su
BSc, MRes, PhD, FHEA
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Current Funded Research Projects
Start: 01-05-2021 / End: 30-04-2023
In this project we aim to develop a scalable and high-yield manufacturing process for mass-producing single-crystal perovskite optoelectronics.
Start: 31-03-2017 / End: 31-03-2022
The aim of this project aims is to build bilateral research and teaching collaborations between QMUL and Jiangsu Normal University in China.
Start: 10-03-2020 / End: 31-03-2022
This project aims to develop a benchtop single optical fibre imaging probe.
Start: 01-04-2020 / End: 31-01-2022
Studies to support the development of more physiologically relevant in vitro model systems which incorporate the circadian clock.
Previous Funded Research Projects
Start: 01-10-2018 / End: 30-09-2020
In this project, the Marie Curie Fellow will develop an optical fibre based image-guided surgery system based on the state-of-the-art optical-fibre laser technologies.
Start: 01-08-2016 / End: 31-03-2017
Start: 01-12-2015 / End: 30-11-2016
This project is to develop ultra-thin and high-resolution imaging probe.
Start: 01-11-2013 / End: 31-10-2015
This is an EU FP7 Project led by Professor Steve Taylor and Dr Iain Young . As a Co-I of this project, Dr Lei Su and his team developed a fluorescence sensor for heavy-metal-ion detection in aquaculture.
Start: 01-06-2014 / End: 31-08-2015
This is a TSB KTP project with Remsdaq Ltd. to develop the next-generation optical security sensor product.
Start: 31-08-2014 / End: 31-08-2015
This project aims to develop the flexible version of single optical fibre imaging probes and endoscopes. The device to be developed will be ultra-slim, high-resolution, wide-field, lensless, low cost and disposable.
Single multimode-fibre imaging: a new tool for high-resolution, wide-field, in-vivo microscopy and diagnosticsFunding source: Royal Society
Start: 01-11-2013 / End: 31-10-2014
This project is to develop multimode optical fibre based imaging probes.
Start: 01-11-2012 / End: 31-03-2013
Dr Lei Su was one of the young early career researchers (ECRs) at UoL to receive research support for the cross-disciplinary field of Healthcare Technologies. The funding was primarily used to build a micro-Raman system.