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Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow

Dane McCamey


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Research Director - School of Physics


  • BSc (Hons) UNSW
  • PhD UNSW

Research Interests: 

  • Development of Advanced Spin Resonance Techniques
  • Spins in Organic Semiconductors
  • Room Temperature Quantum Systems
  • Advanced Spectroscopy of Solar Materials
  • Application of Spin Control Techniques in Other Fields

Honours, Awards and Memberships: 

  • Finalist, 3M Eureka Prize for Emerging Leader in Science (2016)
  • ARC Future Fellowship (2013 - 2017)
  • NSW Young Tall Poppy of the Year, 2015
  • International EPR Society Young Investigator Award, 2013
  • ARC Postdoctoral Fellowship (2010 - 2012)
  • Vice Chair for Resonance, User Committee, US National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (2017-2018)
  • Member, User Committee, US National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (2014-2016)
  • Member, Management Committee, Australian Nanotechnology Network (2016 - )

Selected Publications: 

Recent publications include:
  • Robust absolute magnetometry with organic thin-film devices, W. J. Baker, K. Ambal, D. P. Waters, R. Baarda, H. Morishita, K. van Schooten, D. R. McCamey, J. M. Lupton and C. Boehme, Nature Communications 3, 898 (2012) 
  • Slow hopping and spin-dephasing of Coulombically-bound polaron pairs in an organic semiconductor at room temperature, W. J. Baker, T. L. Keevers, J. M. Lupton, D. R. McCamey and C. Boehme, Physical Review Letters 108, 267601 (2012)
  • Embracing the quantum limit in silicon computing, John J. L. Morton, Dane R. McCamey, Mark A. Eriksson and Stephen A. Lyon, Nature 479, 345 (2011)
  • Electronic spin storage in an electrically readable nuclear spin memory with a lifetime > 100 seconds, D. R. McCamey, J. van Tol, G. W. Morley and C. Boehme, Science 330, 1652 (2010)
  • Hyperfine-mediated spin beating in electrostatically bound charge carrier pairs, D. R. McCamey, K. J. van Schooten, W. J. Baker, S.-Y. Lee, S.-Y. Paik, J. M. Lupton and C. Boehme, Physical Review Letters 104, 017601 (2010)
  • Fast nuclear spin hyperpolarization of phosphorus in silicon, D. R. McCamey, J. van Tol, G. W. Morley and C. Boehme,Physical Review Letters 102, 027601 (2009)
  • Spin Rabi flopping in the photocurrent of an organic light-emitting diode, D. R. McCamey, H. A. Seipel, S. Y. Paik, M. J. Walter, N. J. Borys, J. M. Lupton and C. Boehme, Nature Materials 7, 723 (2008)
  • Long-lived spin coherence in silicon with an electrical spin trap readout, G. W. Morley, D. R. McCamey, H. A. Seipel, L.-C. Brunel, J. van Tol and C. Boehme, Physical Review Letters 101, 207602 (2008)
  • Electrically-detected magnetic resonance in ion-implanted Si:P nanostructures, D. R. McCamey, H. Huebl, M. S. Brandt, W. D. Hutchison, J. C. McCallum, R. G. Clark and AR. Hamilton, Applied Physics Letters 89, 182115 (2006)