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Institute for Compound Semiconductors

The Institute for Compound Semiconductors is in the process of establishing world class compound semiconductor research.

The Institute for Compound Semiconductors aims to position Cardiff as the European leader in compound semiconductors, providing cutting-edge facilities that help researchers and industry work together.

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Providing facilities to help researchers and industry work together, this Institute will position Cardiff as the European leader in compound semiconductors.

The College of Physical Sciences and Engineering is looking to recruit academics and engineers with an interest in compound semiconductors.

The Institute of Compound Semiconductors will be housed in the new Translational Research Facility (TRF) in 2020.

The Institute for Compound Semiconductors provides cutting-edge facilities that help researchers and industry work together.