Daisy Shearer

Experimental Quantum Physics

University of Surrey

I am a physics PhD student at the University of Surrey, working primarily within the photonics and quantum sciences research group at the Advanced Technology Institute. I hold a master’s degree in Physics from the University of Surrey during which I worked in R&D at the Center for Integrated Photonics developing high-speed electroabsorption modulated lasers. My doctoral research project focuses on fabricating spin-polarizing devices from strongly spin-orbit coupled III-V semiconductors.

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A tiny particle collider yields new evidence for a type of 'quasiparticles' called anyons

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These particles could help make better quantum computers

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No, scientists did not discover evidence for a parallel universe in the Antarctic ice

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