Dr Snjezana Tomljenovic-Hanic
ARC Australian Research Fellow|
Room 602, David Caro Building
University of Melbourne
Parkville VIC 3010
Research Group: University of Melbourne, Faculty of Science, School of Physics, Experimental Condensed Matter Physics
Phone: 61 3 8344 5094
Fax: 61 3 9347 4783
Current Research ActivitiesI have gained world-wide recognition as an innovator in the photonics structures and devices design, with particular emphasis on robust and experimentally realistic optical structures in midrange refractive indexes,
such as chalcogenide glasses and diamond. This reputation arises from my doctoral studies under Prof. Love, one of Australia’s pioneers in photonics and six years in the world-renowned ARC Centre of Excellence for Ultrahighbandwidth Devices for Optical Systems, at the University of Sydney (USYD). Currently, I am holding an ARC Australian Research Fellowship (2010-2015) at the School of Physics, University of Melbourne (UoM) working closely with Prof. Prawer. Australian researchers, including myself, have conducted pioneering research in diamond photonics. I have been significantly contributing to this new emerging field since 2005.
The research skills and experience I attained at the ANU, USYD and UoM provide a world-leading platform to carry out interdisciplinary nature projects and build collaboration across research institutions.
Existing Linkages1. Laser Physics Centre, AUstralian National University
2. Dept of Physics and MQ Photonics Research Centre, Macquarie University,
3. Dept of Mathematical Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney,
4. School of Physics, University of Melbourne
5. Dept of Electronic Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University