Leading Research and Innovation

Trento on the Adige, Trentino, Italia

Trento, Trentino- Alta Adige / Südtirol, Italia- Headquarter City of the ECT*.

IONS-KOALA 2014, Adelaide
International Conference on Optics, Atoms and Laser Applications (IONS-KOALA 2014), Adelaide

Combining a sound international reputation with cutting-edge research in Adelaide, through the ARC Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP), the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) and the Special Research Centre for the Subatomic Structure of Matter (CSSM), the innovation powerhouse in South Australia begins with dedicated members of the universities and our industries working together.

Professional roles: the inaugural chair of the IPAS Science Network, the AIP SA-Branch Committee, chair of the international conferences such as IONS-KOALAand the  inaugural Elected Representative of the Faculty of Science on the Alumni Council of the University of Adelaide. A range of other professional and academic roles can be found under Professional Associations.

Current projects have an emphasis on computational physics for electromagnetic effects in confined regions, and resonance spectroscopy.
Related profiles: LinkedInResearchGate,
Scopus, Google ScholarResearcherID, Academia.eduINSPIRE-HEP, ORCID, the Science Network, the Australian and New Zealand Association of Mathematical Physics, the Cornell University Library arXiv, Scimex Australia Science Media Centre (AusSMC), Gravatar, and the University of Adelaide. I have a travel blog, and accounts on Google+ and Twitter.

My personal statement and list of my academic roles can be found on the Introduction page, and a topic list of current topics can be found in the Summary of Current Projects.

I hope you enjoy sharing with me the information I have placed here, including photos and activities, as I share with you the wonderful experiences in life and research.

“If you are receptive and humble, mathematics will lead you by the hand. Again and again, when I have been at a loss how to proceed, I have just had to wait until I have felt the mathematics led me by the hand. It has led me along an unexpected path, a path where new vistas open up, a path leading to new territory, where one can set up a base of operations, from which one can survey the surroundings and plan future progress.”
Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac, 27 November, 1975.

The density of the kinetic-potential energy difference for a spin-half fermion, such as an electron, in quantum field theory.
The Dirac Lagrangian for a spin-half particle in QFT           (quantum field theory)

 

 

Adelaide
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

 

IONS-KOALA 2014 Conference
IONS-KOALA 2014 Conference

 

North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

 

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