Theses and dissertations


  • AdriĆ  Grabulosa, "3D printed photonic circuits towards efficient and scalable integration of hybrid photonic platforms," 15th of December 2023. Download
  • Vladimir Semenov, "Optically addressed spatial light modulators as generic dynamical systems for novel computing substrates" 1st of April 2022. Download
  • Nadezhda Semenova, "The general aspects of noise in analog hardware deep neural networks" 17th of December 2021. Download
  • Pascal Samuel Stark, "Integrated photonic computing" 27th of October 2021. Co-direction with IBM Zurich. Download
  • Louis Andreoli, "Spatial Recurrent Neural Networks: From Electro-Optical Towards All-Optical" 17th of March 2021. Download
  • Sheler Maktoobi, "Diffractive coupling for optical neural networks" 21st of July 2020. Download
  • Julian Bueno Moragues, "Photonic information processing" 2018. Download
  • Bicky Marquez Alfonzo, "Complex signal embedding and photonic reservoir Computing in time series prediction," 27th of March 2018. Download
  • Bogdan Penkovsky, "Theory and Modelling of Complex Nonlinear Delay Dynamics Apllied to Neuromorphic Computing," 21st of June 2017. Download

Own PhD thesis:

The work reported in my PhD thesis is the result of my research carried out between August 2006 and April 2010 at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, under the supervision of Prof. Richard Warburton.

The main results of this work are measurements of the coherence and relaxation timescales of hole-spin states in single InAs quantum dots (QDs), the characterization of quantum-interferences present in bi-excitons in single InAs quantum dots and the development of a resolution limited, cryogenic darkfield microscope.

Results reported in my thesis represent a significant advance in the field of single quantum dot spectroscopy. Among others, our work was published in Nature, Science and New Journal of Physics.