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Dr

David Simpson

Lecturer – Quantum Physical Biosciences
Physics
Quantum sensing
Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy
Nanotechnology
Imaging
science & technology
physical sciences
technology
materials science
physics
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Dr

David Simpson

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Biological Physics
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Dr

David Simpson

 

David Simpson is a Lecturer in the Physical Biosciences within the School of Physics at The University of Melbourne. He obtained his PhD in applied physics from Victoria University in 2008 and has spent the past decade researching and commercialising quantum technology. His research focuses on the development of novel diamond-based quantum sensors for precision measurement of magnetic fields.

He currently leads the development of diamond-based magnetic microscopy techniques to explore the magnetic properties of biological systems at the single cell level. In 2013, Dr Simpson was part of the team awarded, The University of NSW Eureka Prize for Interdisciplinary Research, for work on quantum probes in biology. His broader research interests include quantum measurement, nanoscale magnetic resonance spectroscopy and the material properties of diamond.

Projects

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12

Projects

Project Types


7

Research Grant


3

Research Contracts


2

Internal Research Grant


Scholarly Works

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Credentials

Positions


Lecturer – Quantum Physical Biosciences

Physics

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

Victoria University of Technology

Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Physics)

Victoria University of Technology

Bachelor of Science (optoelectronics)

Victoria University of Technology