Are you looking for a Summer, Honours or Masters Project? Interested in Optics and Photonics? Or just like FREE PIZZA? Please join us for an evening celebrating the great work being undertaken in this field at the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS).
Congratulations to QuantX Labs for being successfully awarded $1m to develop the most precise and compact atomic clock in space. The funds will help QuantX and IPAS to boost commercialisation of the space clock over the next two years.
Congratulations to all IPAS members who was successfully awarded ARC Discovery Projects. IPAS was so proud to be awarded 6 out of 22 projects from the University of Adelaide during this round.
Congratulations to Prof Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem for being awarded Excellence in Research Award: An award for an academic staff, one of the selected categories of 2021 University Awards for Outstanding Achievement.
Congratulations to IPAS members, Katharina Richter, Danny Wilson and Cheryl Law for being awarded the University Future Making Fellowship Scheme 2021. IPAS was so proud to have 3 out of 11 fellowships awarded at this round.
From 13-15 July, IPAS/OzGrav was delighted to host the 2021 Space Industry Work Experience Program. This is a unique work experience program giving South Australian secondary school students, personal insight into the space industry, an understanding of necessary skills and qualifications, and networking opportunities, to inspire space-focused STEM careers. From a total of 162 applications, all from very high achieving students across both Metro and Rural schools, Tom Clancy, Natalie Hand and Albert Thomson were successfully selected for the 2020/2021 South Australian Space Industry Work Experience Program.
Congratulations to Prof Kishan Dholakia, IPAS member from the School of Biological Sciences, for being awarded a prestigious 2021 ARC Australian Laureate Fellowship, a fiercely competitive fellowship only awarded to researchers who have truly achieved international eminence in their fields of expertise.
South Australia’s expertise and capabilities in advanced materials that underpin future industries such as those developing the next-generation of computers, will be given a boost, thanks to the appointment of one of the world’s leading experts in quantum materials to the University of Adelaide.