Light-matter interactions using optical fibres [ 2008 - 2013 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Prof TM Monro

Brief description This program will allow Australia to build on established excellence in photonics to extend the impact of optical fibres beyond telecommunications to applications throughout the sciences. Pioneering work on materials and structures will form a platform technology enabling innovations in areas as diverse as water quality monitoring and corrosion detection. In addition, new optical fibres will be developed for the needs of the Australian Defence Force and associated industries. Fibre-based approaches to problems in biology will ultimately lead to an improved understanding of molecular structures and new tools for manipulating biomolecules.

Funding Amount $1,638,730

Funding Scheme Federation Fellowships

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