Centre Member Profile

Arnan Mitchell
Employer: RMIT University
Centre Role: Associate Investigator

Research Interests:
-Microfabrication Technologies
-Photonic Biosensors
-Microfluidics and Lab-on-a-chip
-High-speed integrated photonics based on lithium niobate

Doctor of Philosophy, Photonics and Electromagnetics, 2000, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

Arnan Mitchell is a Distinguished Professor in the School of Engineering at RMIT University, Director of the RMIT Micro Nano Research Facility (MNRF) and leads the Integrated Photonics and Applications Centre (InPAC).

He is a highly multidisciplinary researcher working in micro-chip technologies combining light, sound, fluids and electronics with applications spanning radar systems for defence, high speed fibre optic communications and point of care diagnostic systems for biomedicine.

He is enthusiastic about translating technology into the hands of end-users and has dedicated much of his career to building and training diverse teams and comprehensive micro and nanotechnology infrastructure to enable breakthrough discoveries to achieve real world impact.

Boes, Corcoran, Chang, Bowers, Mitchell “Status and potential of lithium niobate on insulator (LNOI) for photonic integrated circuits” Laser & Photonics Reviews 12 (4), 1700256 (2019)

Li, Soler, Szydzik, Khoshmanesh, Schmidt, Coukos, Mitchell, Altug “Label‐free optofluidic nanobiosensor enables real‐time analysis of single‐cell cytokine secretion”. Small14(26):1800698 (2018)

Zheng, Ou, Strano, Kaner, Mitchell, Kalantar‐zadeh “Nanostructured tungsten oxide–properties, synthesis, and applications”. Advanced Functional Materials. 21(12):2175-96.(2011)