CUDOS PhD student awarded RMIT University Higher Degree by Research Publication Excellence Prize

December 2015
Andreas Boes

Andreas Boes from the RMIT University CUDOS node


CUDOS PhD student Andreas Boes has been awarded the RMIT University Higher Degree by Research Publication Excellence Prize.

Andreas Boes is a doctoral candidate with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Ultrahigh bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS) within the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, RMIT University. Andreas has discovered a new method to modify the functionality of the material lithium niobate with nanometer precision without damaging the surface.

These new structures can control light and sound waves within microchips with applications ranging from quantum optics to drug delivery. Andreas has presented 9 peer reviewed conference papers and published 8 journal articles, including in Advanced Materials Interfaces, Physical Review Letters and Applied Physics Letters.

The RMIT University Higher Degree by Research Publication Excellence Prize recognises the outstanding research publications record of an RMIT Higher Degree by Research candidate.