Igor Aharonovich and Milos Toth are combining efforts to deliver sustainable quantum technologies to our daily life. The group explores novel single photon emitters in wide band gap materials and advanced non conventional nanofabrication techniques to build new generation of sensors and devices.
There is a close collaboration with Mike Ford and Jeff Reimers on quantum simulations, Charlene Lobo on electron beam etching, Matt Phillips on cathodoluminescence and Cuong Ton That on zinc oxide materials. We are also collaborating with Dr Olga Shimoni on fluorescent nanoparticles, and with Prof Dayong Jin – the founder of the Institute of BioMedical Devices, to explore how new luminescent materials can enable new transformative technologies for end user diagnostic tools.
Postdoctoral Research Fellows
|John Scott||James Bishop||Sumin Choi|
|Kerem Bray||Chris Elbadawi||Russell Sandstrom|
|Kristopher Fair||Amanuel Berhane||Toan Tran|
|Alan Bahm||Cameron Zachreson||Mehran Kianinia|
|Jared Cullen||Shihui Wen||Yinghui Chen|
|Wei Ren||Zhiguang Zhou||Hao He|
| Minh Nguyen
Honours, Undergrad and Summer students
|Steven Vasilescu||Daniel Totonjian||Blake Regan|
Prof Shay Lifshitz (March – April 2015 )
Dr Andreas Schell (2015) Dr Patrick Rath (2015)
Technical support staff
We are lucky to have Geoff McCredie and Katie McBean to help us run the labs!
Toby Shanley Dolf Timmerman Dr Gediminas Seniutinas
Carla Fleisher-Petersen Dr Hien Duong