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Centre for Micro-photonics

The Centre for Micro-Photonics has individual research groups each working and collaborating on different aspects of nano- and bio-photonics. The Advanced Nano/Biophotonics group, led by Centre director Professor Min Gu comprises the Swinburne node of the Centre for Ultrahigh-bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS), the Victoria Suntech Advanced Solar Facility as well as research teams in in-vivo multiphoton biophotonics and optical data storage.

Group Overview:
Group Leader:

Professor Min Gu

Vision:

Photonics enhanced lifestyles.

Mission:

Integrate photonics and photonic devices into everyday life.

Location:

All labs are located at the Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus, in both the Applied Science (AS) and Luton Lane buildings.

Opportunities:

Opportunities in advanced biophotonics
Opportunities in advanced nanophotonics


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Research Projects and Affiliations:
Victoria Suntech Advanced Solar Facility (VSASF)


The VSASF is a collaborative research and development facility between the Centre for Micro-Photonics and Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd, the world's largest manufacturer of silicon photovoltaic modules. Research in the VSASF will focus on developing the next generation in solar technology based on nanoplasmonic solar cells with the aim of dramatically increasing the efficiency of current photovoltaic cells.
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Centre for Ultrahigh-bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS)

CUDOS is a research consortium between six Australian universities and is funded through the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence (CoE) program. The research program has two central themes: micro-photonics and nonlinear photonics. Our goal of achieving ultrahigh-speed all-optical signal processing on a single photonic chip. The Swinburne node involves the use of micro-photonics for 3D bandgap confinement.
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Laureate Fellowship

 
In this Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Fellowship funded multidimensional optical storage project, we aim to demonstrate multidimensional recording/reading of data with nanoparticle based materials where the spectral and polarization properties add additional dimensions to current 2D and 3D recording mechanisms. The new dimensions multiply storage limits without increasing the physical size of the medium.
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Cooperative Research Centre for Polymers (CRCp)


This project is a research partnership between the CRC for polymers and the Center for Micro-Photonics and is at the interface of cutting edge polymer materials science for Photonic applications and devices. The research program develops and utilizes refractive index engineering, photo polymerisable phase change and surface funcionalisation of polymer materials for nanophotonic and biophotonic device fabrication.
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In vivo multiphoton biophotonics

In vivo biophotonics integrates femtosecond laser technology, nonlinear microscopy techniques, fibre optics, nano particle technology, biology, gastrology, endoscopy and imaging for the detection and treatment of human cancers. The project collaborates with the Western Hospital at Melbourne University and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

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Green Photonics

The green photonics project is focused on the development of nanoparticle based high performance and efficient optical data storage and display technologies. As demand for high definition video and television increases, so does the amount of storage and size of displays. Incorporating nanoparticles into these devices can allow for the technologies to expand with society's demand, whilst maintaining a small environmental footprint.



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