ARC Linkage success

In May 2016, Ken Crozier was awarded a grant by the Australian Research Council (ARC), as part of their Linkage Program.  The project is entitled “Colour matching on a chip” and is a collaborative project with Palette.  Chief Investigators are Ken and Jiatian Liang from Palette


Ken Crozier awarded DARPA grant

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency  (DARPA, USA) has awarded a grant on “Long wave infrared photodetectors based on nano-optics and two dimensional materials” to Ken Crozier with Professor Ali Javey (University of Caifornia-Berkeley) as co-PI.


Group members demonstrate new ‘plasmonic pixel’

Tim James and Ann Roberts are co-authors with Paul Mulvaney of a paper recently published in Nano Letters: ‘The Plasmonic Pixel: Large Area, Wide Gamut Color Reproduction Using Aluminum Nanostructures.’ Nano Letters. DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b01250, The images below show a rendering in aluminium nanostructures (right) of the photograph on the left. Read more in an article in phys.org: ‘Plasmonic pixels could be used to make non-fading paint’ at: http://phys.org/news/2016-05-plasmonic-pixels-non-fading.html#jCp.

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ARC Discovery Project Grant success

Ann Roberts, Tim Davis and collaborators Daniel Gomez (CSIRO) and Kevin Webb (Purdue) were awarded an ARC Discovery Projects grant from 2016-2018 to investigate metasurfaces for imaging and optical information processing.


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