The total project budget is £499,076, with government funding covering more than 80 percent of the project’s cost. The project will run from April 2018 to March 2019.
Dr. Thomas Slight, Research Engineer at CST Global, will manage the “CoolBlue2” project, alongside commercial partner Helia Photonics Ltd., research partner National Physical Laboratory Ltd., and academic partners, the University of Glasgow and Aston University.
The CoolBlue2 project is a continuation of the development of next-generation, GaN laser technology. It will investigate the feasibility of developing a fully monolithic, narrow linewidth, GaN DFB laser suitable for evaluation in a real-world, low-cost, integrated system.
“We are pleased that CST Global is trusted to manage a number of important, British government-funded, technology development projects. The CoolBlue2 project supports our objective to develop cutting-edge products for next-generation sensing systems using CST Global´s competence”, comments Anders Storm, CEO of Sivers IMA Holding.
CST Global is a Glasgow-based, wholly-owned subsidiary of Sivers IMA Holding and the UK’s leading, independent, III-V opto-electronic, semi-conductor foundry.
For more details on the CoolBlue2 please visit https://www.cstglobal.uk/news/
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