Professor Alf Adams
Distinguished Professor of Physics
Qualifications: FRS, PhD, DSc (Leicester), CPhys, FInstP, FIEEE, CEng
Phone: Work: 01483 68 9310
Room no: 21 ATI 02
After spending two years at the University of Karlsruhe studying the electrical and thermal transport properties of molecular crystals, Alf Adams joined Surrey in 1967.
Alf started the first work on III-V semiconductors at Surrey which now forms the core of the work of the Optoelectronic Materials and Devices research group. His main interest at the moment is in the physics of semiconductor lasers and optical amplifiers and modulators.
Prizes and Honours
He was awarded the Duddell Medal and Prize for 1995 for his work on strained-layer quantum well lasers and is a Fellow of the Royal Society.