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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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20

Aug

Cryoclock - Finalist SA Science Excellence and Innovation Award

12bet体育代理Congratulations for being selected as one of three finalists in the "Innovator of the Year" category. As part of the 2020 SA Science Excellence and Innovation Award, the innovation is a new category for businesses applying new ways of thinking to solve emerging challenges.

18

Aug

IPAS External Newsletter

Keep up to date all IPAS scientific excellence and research breakthroughs. Click here for the latest .

30

Jul

IPAS Cryoclock leading the SA Photonics Roadmap

IPAS start-up Cryoclock is proudly part of the fast- growing photonics industry which contributes $4.3bn to the Australian economy. SA output is $412m, and with 1174 employees generates $117,500/employee, which is just under national average for the industry.

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Events

20

Aug

Tess Reynolds - Move to the ACROBEAT: syncing with patients for faster, safer and smarter 3D medical imaging

Adaptive CaRdiac cOne BEAm computed Tomography (ACROBEAT) is a novel paradigm for imaging patients. It enables medical imaging and treatment hardware to be adapted to changes in patient cardiac and breathing rates in real-time.

27

Aug

Ultimate control of electrons in nano- structures - Alan Gardin

In some systems, such as for the semiconductor quantum dots used in on-demand single-electron transport pumps [1-4] , fast time-dependent perturbation of the potentials confining the electrons allows one to observe time-dependent oscillations between two quantum states reminiscent of Rabi oscillations in qubit systems [5] .

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