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Australian Museum Eureka Prizes

UTS claims double Eureka

Professor Dayong Jin of the Faculty of Science has been awarded the Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific Research.
UTS Science has received 4 of UTS’ 7 research grants in the latest Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage round. The ARC Linkage program brings university researchers and industry partners together to work on impact-driven research projects.
Professor Dacheng Tao of the Faculty of Engineering and IT, and Professor Dayong Jin of the Faculty of Science were both awarded for collaborative research, their work resulting in technologies with significant and diverse applications including health, data management, security and sports science.
Nanoscale photonics technology that can help to diagnose cancer, detect infection and secure passports and bank notes against fraud is in the running for a Eureka Prize for science, to be announced next week by the Australian Museum.
One of the oldest and most spectacular animals found in the Sydney basin has become a casualty of the city’s love for bush gardens.

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Associate Professor Igor Aharonovich

Associate Professor, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Igor AharonovichIgor Aharonovich received his B.Sc (2005) and M.Sc (2007) in Materials Eng from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. He then moved to Australia and pursued his PhD studies at the University of Melbourne under the supervision of Prof Steven Prawer. During his PhD, Igor developed experimental techniques to engineer novel, ultra bright single photon emitters in diamond.

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