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The mission of the School of Technology is to provide a focus and framework for its constituent departments to formulate and express views pertinent to technology, methods and processes, both within and without the University, recognising that technology has its own priorities and its own criteria for success: above all, technology departments recognise a duty to influence and be influenced by society at large and to work towards the creation of wealth and an improved quality of life. Institutions within the School are: the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, the Computer Laboratory, the Department of Engineering, Judge Business School and the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.

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Recent Submissions

  • The process of strategy formation in high-growth SMEs 

    Buzuloiu, Carmina Manuela (2018-11-24)
    This dissertation explores the topic of strategy formation in high-growth SMEs. High-growth SMEs represent the growth and job creation engine of an economy; however, little has been understood on how strategy forms and ...
  • Cu2O thin films for p-type metal oxide thin film transistors 

    Han, Sanggil (2018-11-24)
    The rapid progress of n-type metal oxide thin film transistors (TFTs) has motivated research on p-type metal oxide TFTs in order to realise metal oxide-based CMOS circuits which enable low power consumption large-area ...
  • Stabilisation of metal nanoparticles by confinement on curved supports 

    Bell, Tamsin Elizabeth (2019-02-23)
    Supported metal nanoparticles present unique chemical and physical properties compared to their bulk counterparts. Their high surface energy provides outstanding catalytic activities, opening the door not only to improved ...
  • All-Inkjet-Printed Low-Voltage Organic Thin-Film Transistors 

    Jiang, Chen (2019-07-19)
    This thesis presents the development of all-inkjet-printed low-voltage organic thin-film transistors. Organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs), taking advantage of low-temperature printability, mechanical flexibility, and ...

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