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A global hub of Photonics research, creating transformational new approaches to sensing and transdisciplinary problem solvers.

Many of the challenges we face as a society can only be solved by pursuing a transdisciplinary approach to science. The Institute of Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) has been created to bring together experimental physicists, chemists, material scientists, biologists, experimentally driven theoretical scientists and medical researchers to create new sensing and measurement technologies.
 

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

As the festive season approaches it is, of course, the right time to reflect on the last year at IPAS. I am immensely proud of all the work our members have done to make IPAS bigger and better: it has been another year of amazing announcements across the board. 
The latest IPAS External Newsletter.
 

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Dec

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

As the festive season approaches it is, of course, the right time to reflect on the last year at IPAS. I am immensely proud of all the work our members have done to make IPAS bigger and better: it has been another year of amazing announcements across the board. 
The latest IPAS External Newsletter.
 

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Nov

IPAS - Research Excellence ticks all the right box

IPAS mission is to use the power of light to make the world safer, healthier and wealthier. This transdisciplinary approach institute has housed more than 200 scientists and researchers developing innovative research from defence, medical and biological sensors, agriculture and mining industries and spun off 6 startups.

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Nov

IPAS at INGENUITY 2019

On 30-31 October, IPAS and the Faculty of Sciences proudly joined ECMS at INGENUITY 2019 at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Along with more than 300 innovative projects, some of IPAS cutting-edge research and capabilities were on display including: the AMIGO, Miniprobes, High Temperature Sensing, Sapphire Clock, Advanced Manufacturing (including 3D metal printing and GLAS technology) and the Laser Radio. 

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Events

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Jan

Stable Optical and vacuum systems for applications in space and beyond - Moritz Mihm - Johannes Gutenberg Uni Mainz

Numerous quantum technologies are used in extreme environments. The operation outside the laboratory makes high demands on the experiment and especially the laser system regarding miniaturization and power consumption as well as mechanical and thermal stability.

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