Centre Member Profile

Milos Toth
Employer: University of Technology Sydney
Centre Role: Chief Investigator
Job Title in TMOS: Professor of Physics
Research Interests:
- Nanofabrication
- Optoelectronic materials
- Self-assembly
- Quantum photonics

B. Appl. Sc (Hons) University of Technology Sydney (Applied Physics, 1997)
PhD University of Technology Sydney (Physics, 2001)

Milos Toth received a PhD in 2001 from UTS where he worked on the luminescence properties and defect structure of wide bandgap semiconductors. He subsequently worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, and a research scientist at FEI Company laboratories in Boston, Massachusetts and Portland, Oregon (USA). His work in industry was focused on the research and development of charged particle beam nanofabrication and analysis techniques.

Milos returned to UTS in 2011 to take up a Professorial Chair, and to set up a research group working on the development of self-assembly and top-down nanofabrication techniques, and their application to optoelectronic materials. His current work is focused on 2D materials and wide bandgap hosts of singe photon emitters.