Dr Daniel Langley
- Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
- School of Software and Electrical Engineering
- Department of Telecommunications, Electrical, Robotics and Biomedical Engineering
- CSIRO Manufacturing Clayton Hawthorn campus
Doctor Daniel Langley is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow working in the 3D Cell Systems Group at Swinburne University and CSIRO under Professor Sally McArthur in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. He is part of a team at which focuses on the development of 3D tissue model systems as new in-vitro test platforms for the biomaterials, pharmaceutical and medical/bio technologies sectors.
Doctor Langley has a passion for science communication and community engagement and has particpated in events such as Famlab and TOM Makeathon Melbourne (2017) and appeared on The Science Show with Robin Williams in 2016.
In 2015 Daniel received a PhD in Materials engineering from Institut National Polytechnique Grenoble (France) and a ScD in Physics from the Universite de Liege (Belgium).
In 2006 Daniel was awarded a national new manufacturing scholarship to enable him to spend a year in industry at MiniFAB.
Daniel's current research involves the development of integrated platforms for 3D cell culture that will enable real time monitoring and control of tissue culture.
Biophotonics; Nanofabrication; Nanomaterials; Bioreactors and Tissue Engineering; Biointerface Engineering
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Associate Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Biological Physics - 029901
- Nanotechnology - 100700
Also published as: Langley, Daniel; Langley, D.; Langley, D. P.; Langley, Daniel P.; Langley, Daniel Peter
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2019: Development of 3D cell culture systems for evaluating real-time stimulations and sensing techniques *; Swinburne Research, DVCR&D - Internal contributions
* Chief Investigator