Dr Lei Su
BSc, MRes, PhD, FHEA

Dr Su
Position: Senior Lecturer
Director of Admissions
Tel: +44 (0)20 7882 5184
Email: l.su@qmul.ac.uk
Location: 125, Engineering, Mile End
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support hours:
15:00-16:00 every Tuesday
Expertise: My research is centred on optical devices and instrumentation for detection, imaging and monitoring, interfacing with Artificial Intelligence, Materials, Chemistry and Nanotechnology, in applications such as healthcare, energy and security.
Research keywords: Optics and Imaging, Optical Spectroscopy and Microscopy, Optical Sensors, Fibre Optics, Perovskite Optoelectronics
SEMS Research Division:
Affiliations: Memeber, OSA
Full member of EPSRC Review College;
Member of Network Management Group of EPSRC Image-Guided Therapies Network+

Brief Biography

09/2015- present: Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Queen Mary
08/2012-08/2015: Lecturer, University of Liverpool
01/2011-07/2012: Postdoc, Imperial College London and St. MaryĆ¢??s Hospital
08/2006-01/2011: Postdoc, University of Cambridge and Hughes Hall College
2006: PhD in Optical Communications, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1999, 2002: BEng and Master by Research in Electrical Engineering, XiĆ¢??an Jiaotong University, China

I received both my Bachelor and Master degrees in Electrical Engineering with Prof Xiaolong Cao from Xi'an Jiaotong University, and PhD in Fibre Optics with Prof Chao Lu from Nanyang Technological University. This was followed by a five-year postdoctoral training on optical chemical sensors and spectroscopy with Prof Stephen Elliott in Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, where I was also an elected College Postdoctoral Research Associate of Hughes Hall. After that, I spent one and a half years on biomedical optics and tissue fusion with Prof Dan Elson and Prof George Hanna at St Mary's Hospital and Imperial College London. Prior to this appointment, I was an academic member in the School of EEECS at the University of Liverpool.

CSC and CONACYT PhD applications are also welcome.
Happy to support potential Marie Curie Fellowship and other Fellowship applications.