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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 for 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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IPAS Director - newest ATSE Fellow 2020

Congratulations Prof Andre Luiten for being part of the Australian leading innovators newest Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technology & Engineering (ATSE) for 2020-2025.

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Dec

IPAS Director - newest ATSE Fellow 2020

Congratulations Prof Andre Luiten for being part of the Australian leading innovators newest Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technology & Engineering (ATSE) for 2020-2025.

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Oct

Global - X Challenge awarded to diamond-fibre magnetometer team

Global-X Challenge Award is designed to discover, disrupt and ultimately provide a catalyst for development and delivery of new capabilities.

28

Oct

IPAS PhD student awarded the best ECR Presentation at the Victorian Branch of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute

Congratulations to IPAS/CNBP member Aimee Horsfall who was awarded the Best ECR presentation at the Peptide Users Group virtual symposium on the 15th of October. Aimee presented to the group, a part of the Victorian Branch of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, a talk titled ‘A fluorescent 310-helical peptide constraint’.

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