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City University London launch

CUL-launch_web23 October 2015:

CNBP and City University London (CUL) have formally celebrated their ongoing partnership activity, with a successful partner launch and joint workshop, undertaken at City University London, October 23rd, 2015.

As part of proceedings, CNBP Director, Professor Mark Hutchinson, gave a comprehensive review of current CNBP activities, explaining its core themes – illuminate, recognize, measure and discover – and discussed the Centre’s recent research into complex neuronal systems.

This was followed by a series of presentations given by Professor Tong Sun, Professor Azizur Rahman and Dr Arti Agrawal from the Research Centre of Photonics & Instrumentation and by Professor Panicos Kyriacou from the Research Centre of Biomedical Engineering.

Both parties look forward to ongoing collaborations, with CNBP scientists likely to visit CUL again shortly.

Image below: CNBP Director Prof Mark Hutchinson presents a CNBP Partner Plaque to Prof Tong Sun, Director Research Centre of Photonics & Instrumentation, City University London.

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CNBP visits City University London

City University London logo  9 June 2014:  Professor Tanya Monro delivers seminar at City University London

Professor Tanya Morno visited Partners at City University London, delivering a seminar:  New directions in photonics down under.

This presentation reviewed recent research highlights from the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing at The University of Adelaide including new optical materials developments, novel fabrication techniques and new laser and sensor architectures. The vision for the new ARC Centre of Excellence in Nanoscale Biophotonics – a $38M Centre headquarters in Adelaide with nodes in Sydney and Melbourne – was also  presented.

Centre Director Visits City University London

City University London logo 21 May 2014: Visit with CNBP Partners

Professor Tanya Monro met with Partner researchers Prof Tong Sun, Grattan and Rahman. She delivered an invited seminar – New Directions in Photonics Down Under.

ABSTRACT: I will review recent research highlights from the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing at The University of Adelaide including new optical materials developments, novel fabrication techniques and new laser and sensor architectures. The vision for the new ARC Centre of Excellence in Nanoscale Biophotonics – a $38M Centre headquarters in Adelaide with nodes in Sydney and Melbourne – will be presented.