Research Projects

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, for future low power and quantum information applications.

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.

Supervisor(s): 

Jeremy Bailey

My research group studies the atmospheres of stars, exoplanets, and Solar-system planets using a combination of advanced instrument development, observing programs on large telescopes, and state-of-the-art modelling tools.

Supervisor(s): 

Adam Micolich

Self-assembled nanostructures for quantum device and bioelectronics applications

Supervisor(s): 

Dimitrie Culcer

My research is fully integrated into the ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies (http://www.fleet.org.au) and is focused on two areas.

1. Quantum transport in topological materials

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