Nanoelectronics researcher recognised as 'Future Leader'
Flexible Electronics expert Dr Dimitra Georgiadou from the University of Southampton has been singled out as ‘Future Leader’ through a prestigious fellowships scheme.
Dr Georgiadou’s research will seek to develop a new form of neuromorphic systems, enabling advances in in-memory computing and artificial visual memory applications using materials and processes compatible with flexible substrates.
She is one of two Southampton scientists awarded over £1.2m to spend the next four years working on ground-breaking advances through their UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Future Leaders Fellowships.
The UKRI scheme supports talented researchers who will help ensure that the UK continues to be a world leader in research and innovation.