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Controlling light propagation in multimode fibers

A multimode optical fiber subjected to random mode and polarization mixing represents a complex photonic system with strong coupling of spatial, temporal, spectral and polarization degrees of freedom.

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Start-ups workshop

The IPAS start-ups showcase followed the update of university commercialisation and support to start-ups by Dr Stephen Rodda - Executive Director, Innovation and Commerialisation.

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KOALA Practice Presentation and End of the year celebration

The End of the year celebration will follow the Koala Practice session, where IPAS students will showcase their recent research progress. 

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Photonics Night

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Fighting Superbugs in their Slime Castle - Katharina Ritcher

An overview of  IPAS startups, and what IPAS is doing /can do to support them followed by presentations from startup founders/directors about what their startup does, what their general experiences were of doing this within the University and any other relevant info that they'd like to discuss.

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IPAS Start-ups workshop

An overview of  IPAS startups, and what IPAS is doing /can do to support them followed by presentations from startup founders/directors about what their startup does, what their general experiences were of doing this within the University and any other relevant info that they'd like to discuss.

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Experimental Quantum Optics and Quantum Information - Prof Patrick Windpassinger

In the talk, I will give an overview over the three different research lines of my group. The first part deals with our efforts to generate controlled interaction between photonic states. As is well known, photons do generally not interact with each other in free space.

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Biochemical Measurements using SPR and Raman - Dr Yinlan Ruan

Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) is collective oscillations of free electrons at the interface of the gold film and glass substrate which is excited by light at an angle with bulk prism configuration. For the nanostructured gold film, its localized SPR can be excited by vertical incidence of the light, which enables a fibre SPR tip sensor developed.

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