The 15th Optics Within Life Sciences (OWLS) conference that was held at a special venue on WA’s Rottnest Island saw inspiring talks and poster presentations and finished up with OBEL’s Dr. Peijun Gong winning the OWLS Poster Prize. Congratulations Peijun!
Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences student Michaela Taylor-Williams has been named the 2018 Global Winner in Engineering in the Undergraduate Awards. The Undergraduate Awards are the world’s leading undergraduate awards program which recognises top undergraduate work and shares this with a global audience to connect students across cultures and disciplines. The initiative includes the top twenty universities in Britain, USA and Canada and accepts submissions from students in any Institution of Higher Education in the world. Her winning paper …
Gavrielle Untracht, PhD candidate from OBEL, has been awarded a 2018 Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, for her potential contributions to the field of optics, photonics or related field. Congrats Gav!
Renowned researcher in optical coherence tomography Barry Cense is moving to OBEL/UWA. Asked about what excites him about the move, Barry said “The combination of OBEL and the Lions Eye Institute represents a perfect intersection of my interests – technical innovation in polarisation-sensitive optical coherence tomography, and clinical research in age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma. It is a perfect opportunity to leverage my skills and experience to make a real difference in eye health. I can’t wait to get to …
SPIE Fellow David Sampson delivering his lecture at the International Conference on Correlation Optics.
Prof. Sampson attended 13th International Conference on Correlation Optics as an invited speaker. The event took place 11-15 September in Chernivtsi, Ukraine. To read more visit: SPIE
Congratulations to our head, David Sampson, who was successful as sole Chief Investigator, winning an Australian Research Council Discovery grant entitled “A new tool for comprehensive label-free micro-imaging of cancer in situ”, AU$423,052, as well as several other grants for imaging infrastructure at UWA, with a total value exceeding AU$2M.
We are more than happy to annouce that a member of our group – PhD student Gavrielle Untracht – won the 3MT competition last week. She competed against 26 other students and will represent UWA during national finals in Queensland in October. Congratulations Gavrielle.
Congratulations to Philip Wijesinghe for the completion and submission of his PhD thesis. We wish him every success after this long journey of hard work and perseverance. Philip Wijesinghe holding his congratulatory gift.