It’s #photooftheweek time! This incredible shot comes to us from Associate Professor Alex Fuerbach, who specialises in laser #physics. The photo was taken on a day of #rockclimbing in the #bluemountainsnsw #bluemountainsaustralia a few days ago. The climb is called ‘Randy Rabbit Ridge’. It is 280m long and situated in the Grose Valley. Photo credit goes to Alex’s climbing partner Francois Ladouceur who many at MQ might know, and who is a #professor in #photonics at the University of New South Wales @unsw. Thank you for giving us a glimpse into your world Alex! What an amazing photo!
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Celebrating Bring Your Child to Work Day today! Activities included learning about optics, building a telescope, discussing career aspirations, planting a tree, creating advertisements, and getting paid! #bringyourchildtoworkday #kidsatwork #takeyourchildtoworkday #students #education #careers #engineering #engineers #optics #photonics #telescope #earthday #advertising #outreach #stem #steam #classroom #school #fieldtrip #edmundoptics #eo #shareoptics #loveoptics #thefuturedependsonoptics
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#breakingnews Photonics Spectra now has 100,000 subscribers! #optics #photonics #lasers #imaging
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Thank you Dr. Zhihong Huang from @hpe for giving an interesting talk on #SiGe photodiodes! #photonics #optics #seminars #industryperspectives #datacenters
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Book review: Progress in Nanophotonics 5 This book takes the reader from fundamental concepts to recent research in dressed-photon science and technology—an area that has seen many exciting developments over the last two decades. One of the major goals of the book is to introduce the reader to this topic from a conceptual point of view. The authors of each chapter take great pains to motivate and explain the recent results of theoretical studies and the underlying physical principles. The book is well written, excellently structured, and can be easily read by nanophotonics graduate students. In addition, each chapter can form the basis for a seminar course or independent study. I recommend this wonderful book to readers without hesitation. Review by Christian Brosseau, OSA Fellow and professor of physics, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest, France. #photon #science #theoreticalstudies #nanophotonics #photonics #springerbooks #springerpublishing http://ow.ly/rUG930oxgv4
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