- Professor Min Gu
- Director, Centre for Micro-Photonics and Pro-Vice Chancellor (International Research Collaboration)
- Applied optics; Optical Technology; Nanophotonics; Biophotonics
- Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology
- This expert is available for interviews with the following media
- +61 3 9214 8776
- Phone A/H
- 0410 569 335
- Professor Min Gu, an elected fellow of the Australian Academy of Science as well as the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, is a sole author of two standard reference books, Principles of Three-Dimensional Imaging in Confocal Microscopes (World Scientific) and Advanced Optical Imaging Theory (Springer-Verlag), published in 1996 and 2000 respectively. He has published over 600 papers (including 290 papers in internationally refereed journals) on photonic crystals, nanophotonics, micro/nanofabrication, confocal microscopy, laser tweezers, optoelectronic imaging through tissue-like turbid media, laser trapping microscopy, three-dimensional optical data storage and solar cell efficiency.
- Recent Media
September 2, 2013 Butterfly effect in The Australian.
June 19 2013: More data storage? Here's how to fit 1,000 terabytes on a DVD in The Conversation.
November 22 2011: Let there be light in The Age.
September 14 2011: Min Gu the Beattie Steel Medallist in The Australian.
March 2011: Research Focus: Centre for Micro-Photonics, watch a video of Professor Gu describing Swinburne’s cutting edge research into optical storage, biophotonic devices and advanced solar technology.
June 3 2010: Swinburne and Suntech open production facility in Renewable Energy World.
June 2 2010: Australia develops more solar energy through nanoplas in IT Wire.
June 1 2010: Launching a $12m bid to put a rocket under solar cells in The Australian.
June 1 2010: Victoria-Suntech Advanced Solar Facility (VSASF) launch today in Energy Matters.
June 1 2010: Swinburne and Suntech launch advanced solar facility in Melbourne in IT Industry News
February 3 2010: Lorne special: Cell polarity and the T-cell in Australian Life Scientist.
July 5 2009: All power to the sun and light team in Science Alert.
June 1 2009: Bottomless DVD in PC Magazine.
May 21 2009: All your movies on a single DVD: study in the Sydney Morning Herald.
May 21 2009: New DVD that can hold thousands of films in Sky News.
May 21 2009: A movie marathon on just one disc in The Age.
May 21 2009: Gold nanotubes boost DVD storage in ABC Online.
May 21 2009: Fifth dimension boosts DVD space in The Australian.
May 21 2009: DVDs that store 10,000 films 'on sale in five years' in the Telegraph.
May 21 2009: Swinburne University research leads to DVD that will store 2000 movies in the Herald Sun.
May 21 2009: All your movies on a single disc in the Daily Times.
May 21 2009: New age DVD that can hold 2,000 movies in the Economic Times.
May 21 2009: Scientists develop disc capable of holding 2,000 DVDs in the Mirror.
May 21 2009: DVD that holds 2,000 movies unveiled in the Times of India.
May 20 2009: How to fit 300 DVDs on one disc in BBC News.
May 20 2009: All your movies on a single DVD: study in the Wall Street Journal.
May 20 2009: Mega memory discs to come in The Sun.
April 7 2009: Swinburne University of Technology and Suntech Team to Develop Next Gen Solar in Your Renewable News.
April 6 2009: Cheap and efficient solar energy on the horizon in Manufacturer's Monthly.
January 28 2009: Near field laser 'tweezers' reveal new vista for medical diagnosis in Science Alert.