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Professor Justin Gooding is head of the Biosensors and Biodevices Group in the School of Chemistry at UNSW. He specialises in the functionalising surfaces by molecular-level modification using self-assembled monolayers, biological molecules and nanomaterials. We collaborate with Professor Gooding on a range of projects including optical biosensors and novel methods for photonic integration. You can find out more about his research on his website.


Professor C. Jagadish is a ARC Laureate Fellow and Distinguished Professor with the Research School of Physics and Engineering at ANU. He specialises in coumpound semiconductor nanotechnology and optoelectronics. Professor Jagadish has a long standing association with the Optoelectronics Lab investigating III-V compound quantum heterostructures and devices. To find out more visit the Department Electronic Materials Engineering website.

Dr H. Hoe Tan is a senior research fellow with the Department Electronic Materials Engineering, Research School of Physics and Engineering at ANU. Dr Tan's interests include epitaxial growth of III-V compound semiconductors, quantum well, wires and dots and optoelectronic devices.

Professor Lap Van Dao is an ARC Professorial Fellow in the Centre for Atom Optics and Ultrafast Spectroscopy at Swinburne University of Technology. He speciliases in ultra-fast optical spectroscopy and high harmonic generation. Find out more about his research here.


Professor Kishan Dholakia is head of the Optical Trapping Group in School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of St Andrews in the United Kingdom. Professor Dholakia is a world leading authority on optical trapping and micromanipulation and biophotonics.

Dr David McGloin is head of the Applied Optical Micromanipulation Group in the Electronic Engineering and Physics Division at the University of Dundee, United Kingdom. Dr. McGloin is an expert in holographic optical tweezers and his interests include microfluidics, aerosols, novel light beams, biophotonics and microscopy.

Professor Gilles Lerondel is Professor of Physics in Laboratory for Nanotechnology and Optical Instrumentation (LNIO) at the University of Technology of Troyes, France Professor Lerondel's research interests include scanning near-field optical micorscopy, and nanophotonics and nanomaterials.