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  1. PhD completion

    Congratulations to Eugene Panchenko who completed his PhD studies. Eugene investigated new approaches for elucidating the properties of light. He demonstrated that optoelectronic devices combining metallic nanostructures …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2017/08/31/phd-completion-2

  2. Student Chapter update

    PhD student Lukas Wesemann was elected the new President of the University of Melbourne OSA student chapter at the AGM on 8 May. Hamid Soleimaninejad (Chemistry) …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2017/05/25/student-chapter-update

  3. PhD completion

    Congratulations to Dene Murphy on completing requirements for his PhD! Dene used laser cooling of atoms to generate ultracold bunches of electrons and ions for nanoscale …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2017/05/25/phd-completion

  4. RHD completions

    Stuart Earl (PhD) and Panji Achmari (MPhil) recently received confirmation of successfully completing their degrees. Their citations read: Stuart … studied the interaction of light with …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2017/05/01/rhd-completions

  5. ARC Linkage Project award

    Professors Ann Roberts and Paul Mulvaney (Bio21 and Chemistry) have been awarded an Australian Linkage Project grant with collaborators from the Reserve Bank of Australia to …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2017/03/08/arc-linkage-project-success

  6. Publication in Physical Review Letters

    An article describing recent work by members of the Atom Optics sub-group into precise control of the shape of charged particle bunches has been published recently …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2017/03/08/publication-in-physical-review-letters

  7. ARC Discovery Project success

    Rob Scholten and Keith Nugent (Latrobe University) have received $765,500 in funding in a ARC Discovery Project grant ‘Atomic scale imaging with high coherence ions and …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2016/11/11/arc-discovery-project-success

  8. Chris Chantler elected Fellow of the American Physical Society

    Professor Chantler has been recognised for advances in the accurate measurement and understanding of photons and matter interaction in the X-ray regime. Congratulations, Chris!

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2016/11/11/chris-chantler-elected-fellow-of-the-american-physical-society

  9. New paper in ACS Photonics

    Work led by Eugene Panchenko and Jasper Cadusch describing a novel polarisation-sensitive, nanoantenna-enabled Metal-Semiconductor-Metal photodetector was published in ACS Photonics on 9 September 2016. This device …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2016/11/11/new-paper-in-acs-photonics

  10. Astrolight 2016

    Members of the Optics Group and other members of the University’s OSA and SPIE Student Chapters attracted enormous attention with their display at Astrolight 2016 at …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/optics-physics/2016/09/20/astrolight-2016

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