2017 CUDOS News
Professor Ben Eggleton and Dr Andrea Blanco Redondo are set to illuminate the science of light at the nanoscale with their dazzling Sydney Science Forum.
PhD student Atiyeh Zarifi from the University of Sydney CUDOS node provides some insights into her photonics research and its applications.
CUDOS Researchers from the University of Sydney’s Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology have made a breakthrough achieving radio frequency signal control at sub-nanosecond time scales on a chip-scale optical device.
Over 30 women from CUDOS and Finisar met at CUDOS headquarters at the University of Sydney for the second Women in CUDOS and Finisar’s networking event.
Outstanding posters created and presented by CUDOS students were acknowledged at the CUDOS Annual Workshop.
Dr Mohsen Rahmani from the ANU Nonlinear Physics Centre CUDOS node was awarded the 2017 IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Laser Physics and Photonics in Fundamental Aspects.
CUDOS researchers at RMIT University, partnering with Luceda Photonics, have launched a comprehensive toolset of electromagnetic simulators for photonic devices, called REME.
Over 150 people, including international Partner Investigators, collaborators and special guests attended the 16th and final Annual CUDOS Workshop, making it one of the largest gatherings of photonics researchers in Australia.
Professor Martijn de Sterke, CUDOS Chief Investigator from the University of Sydney has been awarded the prestigious Esther Hoffman Beller Medal by the Optical Society (OSA).
CUDOS is a partner in the NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN), addressing real-world problems in NSW and beyond through sensing technologies.
CUDOS PhD student Andri Mahendra built an integrated circuits controller that enables complex photonic devices to be more robust to internal and external disturbances, addressing one of the key issues in the photonics integration industry.
CUDOS PhD student Harry-Dean Kenchington Goldsmith and his colleagues at ANU have assembled a chip-based interferometer that enables astronomers to reveal Earth-like planets that could harbour life.
CUDOS Chief Investigator Professor Arnan Mitchell and his team at RMIT University have launched a new service for Australian researchers and the data industry: Australian Silicon Photonics – a passive silicon photonic device prototyping service that will dramatically change the nature of Australian research and development based on Silicon Photonics.