My research interests lie in ultrasensitive absorption spectroscopy and optical manipulation.
Our research is aimed at enhancement our understanding of complex biological processes through the analysis of image data.
My research focuses on the application of physical acoustics principles to problems in biomedical acoustics, industrial ultrasonics, acoustical oceanography, and biomedical imaging and therapy at the intersection of light and sound.
My research covers metamaterials, electrodynamics, plasmonics, nanophotonics and microwave optics.
My research interests are in the general area of optoelectronics, including integrated circuit based surface emitting laser devices, optically controlled smart tags, and optical sensors.
Our research focuses on the optical and electronic properties of solid state nanostructures for applications such as optoelectronics devices, quantum information processing and photovoltaics.
I use adaptive optics enabled ophthalmoscopes as a tool to investigate visual perception, aiming to answer such questions as "How do the neural circuits in human retina process colour information?".
Our research is primarily focused on developing the physics and technology behind low cost photovoltaic concepts.
Photonics is one of the tools that helps me to study embryogenesis, by imaging cell movements and fate during early mouse development.