Research Projects

Supervisor(s): 

Maria Cunningham

My Research Interests are: 

  • Molecular Astrophysics: One of my main areas of research is the use of molecular line radiation to investigate the physical conditions and chemistry of molecular clo

Supervisor(s): 

Michelle Simmons
Professor Michelle Simmons is the Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Quantum Computation and Communication Technology.

Supervisor(s): 

Julian Berengut
Our group maintains a diverse theoretical physics program aimed at testing the Standard Model, searching for new particles, and applying many-body atomic physics calculations to new experiments and new technologies. We have a strong support network, including P

Supervisor(s): 

Steven Sherwood
Multiple projects are available to work with Prof. Steven Sherwood or other academics at the Climate Change Research Centre

Supervisor(s): 

Sven Rogge
Sven Rogge's group works on quantum computation in silicon and the investigation of artificial quantum matter that exhibit highly correlated behaviour.

Supervisor(s): 

Yvonne Wong

I am a theoretical physicist working at the interface of particle physics and cosmology.  I offer projects on topics from < 10^-32 seconds to 13.8 billion years after the big bang.  Keywords include: neutrinos, axions, dark matter, dark energy, cosmic microwave background, large-scale structur

Supervisor(s): 

Peter Reece

In the Photonics and Optoelectronics Lab, we run a diverse range of experiments based on the development and application of advanced laser spectroscopy and microscopy techniques.

Supervisor(s): 

Victor Flambaum

Current research interests of our group are in the following areas:

1. Search for non-gravitational effects of Dark matter and Dark energy in atomic and astrophysical phenomena.

Supervisor(s): 

Alex Hamilton

Researchers within the QED group are investigating the electrical and optical properties of nanometer scale semiconductor devices. At these small length scales the device properties are no longer governed by semi-classical physics, but are instead determined by quantum mechanical effects.

Supervisor(s): 

Jan Hamann

I am offering projects in theoretical cosmology.  Possible topics include cosmic inflation, Big Bang Nucleosynthesis, the cosmic microwave background or the formation of the Universe’s large scale structure.

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