University collaborations

Our university collaborations

PragmatIC collaborates on research projects with several universities and also supports studentships. 

University of Cambridge
Professor Andrew Flewitt

“My research group has had a long-term collaboration with PragmatIC, who has supported EPSRC-funded projects we have led, and we have worked on more applied projects funded by InnovateUK that PragmatIC has led. This has connected world-class university research directly to an industry perspective in the field of flexible electronics and sustains industrially relevant innovation in this emerging technology.”

University of Southampton
Professor Mark Zwolinski

“We have been researching, developing and using Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools for many years in the School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton. We are excited to be working with PragmatIC on this promising technology and look forward to seeing creative uses of its FlexICs in smart everyday objects in homes around the world.”

Durham University
Professor Del Atkinson

"The close collaboration between the Physics Department at Durham University and the PragmatIC research team has developed over several years into a strong relationship connecting academic expertise and industry technological knowhow to address real challenges in materials for flexible electronic technology and has led to wider benefits on both sides."

PhD Studentship Opportunity
University of Exeter

There is a PhD studentship opportunity with the University of Exeter, part of EPSRC CDT in Metamaterials. The project will explore the use of ultra-thin and 2D chalcogenide semiconductor materials for the provision of non-volatile, re-writable phase-change memories and logic suited to flexible electronics applications. If this is of interest please apply by 30th July. More details

Research Associate Opportunity
University of Cambridge

There is a post-doctoral Research Associate opportunity to work in Professor Judith Driscoll's research group at the University of Cambridge - to undertake research in practical and reliable oxide thin film materials for non-volatile memory. If this is of interest please apply by 28th July.