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New exchange opportunity for TMOS students

The German Research Foundation (DFG) and ANU have announced a joint International Research Training Group IRTG 2675 Tailored Metasurfaces – Generating, Programming and Detecting Light (META‐ACTIVE). META-ACTIVE will be a partnership between ANU and Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany designed to provide the highest possible training for PhD students in the field of optics and […]

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Seminar Summary: Shaping the Future of Biomedical Imaging

By Professor Kishan DholakiaSeminar date: 24 March 2021 Prof. Kishan Dholakia, from the University of St Andrews, runs a vibrant, international group exploring advanced optical beam shaping for biomedicine, precision measurement and optical manipulation. He has hundreds of refereed papers including over twenty in Nature and Science titled journals. He is the recipient of the […]

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Let there be light! New tech to revolutionize night vision

Ultra-thin film could one day be used on reading glasses

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Research

Infrared imaging by ultra-thin nanocrystal layers

Researchers show the conversion of infrared images to the visible using ultra-thin and transparent semiconductor nanocrystals.

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Stories

Light People: Professor Chennupati Jagadish

In 2018, the Indian film “Starting Line” focused the public’s attention on the issue of education in India. It depicted the length some Indian parents were willing to go to secure educational resources for their children, as well as the difficulties faced by those disadvantaged in society in their fight for equal educational opportunities. In […]

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TMOS Establishment Report – where we’ve come from and where we’re going

2020 was not a year anyone will forget soon. In addition to the pandemic, which had significant impact on the education sector as international students were locked out of the country, Australia also battled its Black Summer bushfires and volatile weather events such as Canberra’s record-breaking hail storm. It was one extraordinary year for our […]

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Following your call builds success

The travel bans of 2020 have been torture for Professor Francesca Iacopi. “I hate to be grounded” she says. “Last year has been really hard.” Now based at the University of Technology in Sydney, Francesca has moved continent regularly throughout her life and career. She was born in Italy, lived with her family in Brazil […]

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Getting to Node you: Mariusz Martyniuk

Researchers and their transformational research projects, including the TMOS, are highlighted in a new booklet, Enabled by ANFF 2020, from the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF). The ANFF provides micro and nanofabrication-related tools for researchers around the country at 21 institutions, including The Australian National University and the CSIRO. The national network is divided into […]

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Warm fuzzies (and other things)

Today we take paws to reflect upon the little things that have helped us through the year. Our family, friends, critters, and self-care are all important to our well-being and happiness. We asked some of our Cheif Investigators and COO to provide a picture and a story about a pet (real or imaginary) or a […]

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Awards

The biggest research influencers of 2020

Every year Clarivate Web of ScienceTM announces its list of highly cited researchers, selected from all published researchers during the ten-year period January 2009 to December 2019. Why is this list important? A citation occurs when a researcher references another’s work in their own publication. It is an indication that idea or information has had […]