Funding outcomes for the Australian Research Council DP 2016 round were announced today. Our group and collaborators were successful in securing two Discovery Project Grants for 2016-2018. The two funded projects are:
||Macroscopic quantum state engineering and transport in polaritonic devices
||Dr Elena Ostrovskaya; A/Prof Andrew Truscott; Dr Robert Dall; Dr Sven Hofling; Dr Michael Fraser; Dr Timothy Liew; Dr Christian Schneider
||Nonequilibrium states of polariton superfluids
||Prof Matthew Davis; Dr Elena Ostrovskaya
In addition, Dr. Michael Fraser (RIKEN) and Dr. Tim Liew (NTU) were granted the ARC Discovery International Awards for collaborative visits to the ANU.
Congratulations to all!
Our recent research on observation of exceptional points in a quantum exciton-polariton billiard is published as a Letter to Nature!
Read the story in the ANU Newsroom and on Phys.org.
Exciton-polariton condensate wavefunction in a light-induced quantum Sinai billiard (image from the ANU Polariton BEC Laboratory)
Congratulations to Eliezer Estrecho, who has won the ANU Vice-Chancellor’s HDR Travel Grant to present his work at FINESS 2015: Finite-Temperature Non-Equilibrium Superfluid Systems Conference in Sopot, Poland (14-18 September).
Our group warmly welcomes Matthias Wurdack, a visiting MSc scholar from the Univesrity of Wuerzburg, who is joining our laboratory for six months to gain experience in ultrafast imaging techniques.
Daniel Comber-Todd (Honours) and Jonas von Milczewski (PhB student) are joining us for a year. Welcome and have fun!
Our streak camera has arrived, are we are starting to upgrade the experimental setup!
The ANU Polariton Lab warmly welcomes our new Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Tingge Gao, and a PhD student, Mr. Eliezer Estrecho,
The first experimental results from the ANU Polariton BEC Laboratory are now available online (arXiv.org): Creation of orbital angular momentum states with chiral polaritonic lenses
We have observed BEC in our new dedicated laboratory.
Spatial profile of the our polariton BEC in a structured potential .
Current image of the laboratory.
A close up image of the apparatus.