Optical nanoparticle spectroscopy for photonic applications
The optical nanoparticle spectroscopy research area is working to understand and control how energy decays in optical nanomaterial. We do this through linear and nonlinear microscopy/spectroscopy and investigate their use in data storage, photodynamic cancer therapy, biolabelling, optical circuitry and solar cells.
Our vision is to bridge fundamental science and the application of optical nanomaterials.
Our laboratories and equipment are at Swinburne University of Technology.
Our current projects
Area leader: Associate Professor James Chon