Hybrid Diamond Materials for Next Generation Sensing, Biodiagnostic and Quantum Devices
Grant number: FT110100225 | Funding period: 2012 - 2013
Nanodiamond mixed with non-diamond materials will revolutionise quantum-photonic devices spawning a step change in nanoscale bio-chemical and remote sensing. The outcomes of this work will have a significant impact on the prognosis of diseases, security, and communications and will enhance Australia's reputation as a world leader in nano-materials.
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Detonation nanodiamonds (DNDs) have unique physical and chemical properties that make them invaluable in many applications. Howeve..
Stimulated emission from nitrogen-vacancy centres in diamond
Jan Jeske, Desmond WM Lau, Xavier Vidal, Liam P McGuinness, Philipp Reineck, Brett C Johnson, Marcus W Doherty, Jeffrey C McCallum, Shinobu Onoda, Fedor Jelezko, Takeshi Ohshima, Thomas Volz, Jared H Cole, Brant C Gibson, Andrew D Greentree
Stimulated emission is the process fundamental to laser operation, thereby producing coherent photon output. Despite negatively ch..
Brightness and Photostability of Emerging Red and Near-IR Fluorescent Nanomaterials for Bioimaging
Philipp Reineck, Adam Francis, Antony Orth, Desmond Wai Mo Lau, Reece David Valmont Nixon-Luke, Ishan Das Rastogi, Wan Aizuddin Wan Razali, Nicole Maree Cordina, Lindsay Marie Parker, Varun Kumaraswamy Annayya Sreenivasan, Louise Jennifer Brown, Brant Cameron Gibson
Near-Surface Spectrally Stable Nitrogen Vacancy Centres Engineered in Single Crystal Diamond
Alastair Stacey, David A Simpson, Timothy J Karle, Brant C Gibson, Victor M Acosta, Zhihong Huang, Kai Mei C Fu, Charles Santori, Raymond G Beausoleil, Liam P McGuinness, Kumaravelu Ganesan, Snjezana Tomljenovic-Hanic, Andrew D Greentree, Steven Prawer