2012 CUDOS News

RMIT 2012 Vice-Chancellor's Awards


Congratulations to Professor Arnan Mitchell on winning the RMIT 2012 Vice-Chancellor's Research Excellence Award.

Congratulations Barry Luther-Davies


CUDOS CI, Professor Barry Luther-Davies has been awarded the prestigious AOS W.H. (Beattie) Steel Medal for 2012.

ACOFT AOS Post Deadline papers


Congratulations to all CUDOS contributors and external collaborators on 4 papers accepted into the ACOFT AOS Post Deadline Session.

Congratulations Honorary Associate Professor Christelle Monat


Christelle Monat left CUDOS in 2011 to take up a permanent position at the prestigious Ecole Centrale de Lyon, Lyon Institute of Nanotechnology in France. Now the University of Sydney School of Physics is welcoming her back as an Honorary Associate Professor.

CUDOS Student wins AIP Student Poster Prize


Congratulations to Matt Collins, CUDOS student at the University of Sydney who won the Ken Doolan Memorial Prize at the AIP Physics in Industry Day.

Alan Willner visits Sydney University


CUDOS at Sydney University were very pleased to host a visit from Professor Alan Willner from November 9 to 12.

Congratulations to CUDOS Nodes for ARC Success


Contratulations to our CUDOS members and nodes for recent ARC funding success.
11 new projects have been funded that are based at Sydney University and ANU CUDOS nodes.

Photonics Workshop


Integrated Photonics Workshop: Turning your ideas into photonic chips.
This workshop will be held on Friday 7th December at the University of Sydney.

AIP/ACOFT Industry Day - Dec 9, 2012


CUDOS is co-sponsoring a Physics Industry Day Dec 9th at UNSW, free for AIP/ACOFT Meeting registrants.
ACOFT is being held at UNSW from the 9th to 13th of December, 2012.

CUDOS/AAO position at Sydney University


Position Available: Postdoctoral Researcher - Astrophotonics (Experimentalist) at Sydney University

Energy Efficient Nanophotonics - Call for Papers


Optics Communications Special Issue on “Energy efficient nanophotonics: engineered light-matter interaction in sub-wavelength structures” is calling for papers.

2 FiO Postdeadline papers


Congratulations to Han Tin and Min Gu from Swinburne, and Dragomir Neshev and Yuri Kivshar from ANU NLPC for postdeadline presentations at the recent Frontiers in Optics conference at Rochester.

Sydney University quantum processing breakthrough, ECOC Postdeadline paper.


Congratulations to Alex Clark, Chad Husco, Matthew Collins, Chunle Xiong and Benjamin Eggleton for their breakthrough in quantum processing, reported at an ECOC Postdeadline session in Amsterdam.

CUDOS congratulates Baohua Jia


CUDOS member Baohua Jia from Swinburne CMP receives L’Oréal Australia & New Zealand 'For Women in Science' Fellowship.

Professor Eggleton Receives ARC Laureate Fellowship


Professor Ben Eggleton will receive $2.91 million over five years to work on 'Nonlinear optical photonics: harnessing sound and light in nonlinear nanoscale circuits'.

Two postdeadline papers at OECC


Dr. C. Grillet and Dr. L.B. Du presented two postdeadline papers at OECC

Three CUDOS post-deadline papers


Three postdeadline papers at the Nonlinear Photonics Conference

CUDOS student receives prize for best PhD thesis


Dr Trung Vo receives prize for best PhD thesis in the School of Physics

CUDOS post-deadline paper at CLEO 2012


Christelle Monat presents a collaborative work INL Ecole centrale de Lyon/CUDOS/St Andrews

Yvan Paquot wins SPIE award


Yvan Paquot wins Best Student Paper Presentation Award at SPIE Photonics Europe

Positions available


Lecturer/Senior lecturer in experimental Nanophotonics

Story in Optics and Photonics News


"Breaking the Tbit/s Barrier: Higher Bandwidth Optical Processing"

CUDOS Students awarded prizes at the Annual Workshop


Winners of the Student Poster, Student Outreach and Student Entrepreneurship Competitions.

Positions available


CUDOS is recruiting researchers in experimental guided wave optics and optical communication.

Prof. Ben Eggleton wins Walter Boas Medal


The Medal was established in 1984 to promote excellence in physics research.