The Laser Physics and Photonics Devices Laboratories (LPPDL) is a new photonics research group now established at the Mawson Lakes Campus of the University of South Australia. The LPPDL brings together experimental physics, theoretical modelling, and engineering with an aim to develop new types of photonic based sensors, lasers, and advanced materials and manufacturing processes. The lab has a distinct focus on working with industry and applying advanced photonics concepts to address industry challenges.
The laboratories are housed in the Q building, and made up of four semi clean-rooms and dedicated laser laboratories equipped with optical tables, a CNC configured ultra-fast machining laser system, and a photonics devices fabrication laboratory. The laboratories are supported by mechanical and electronic services provided by the School of Engineering.
Dr George ChenE: George.Chen@unisa.edu.auP: +61 08 830 24747
Dr Dale OttenE: Dale.Otten@unisa.edu.au
Dr Wenqi Zhang
Mr Uche Okoru
Ms Mamoona Khalid
Mt Jeff Boobhun
Mr Soroush Shahnia
Dr Peter Lesniewski
Dr Dmitrii Stepanov
Professor Tanya M. MonroE: Tanya.Monro@unisa.edu.au P: +61 8 830 20038
Professor David G. LancasterE: David.Lancaster@unisa.edu.auP: +61 8 830 25538
Assoc. Professor Shahraam AfsharE: Shahraam.AfsharVahid@unisa.edu.auP: +61 430022094
Assoc. Professor Bruce WeddingE: Bruce.Wedding@unisa.edu.auP: +61 8 830 23052
The Laser Physics and Photonics Laboratory is part of UniSA’s School of Engineering.
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