Plasmonic colour filtering: from fundamental principles to practical applications (PhD)
Prof. Brian Abbey
Dr Eugeniu Balaur
Catherine Sadatnajafi is a PhD student in nanotechnology working plasmonic device (Bimodal plasmonic colour filters) to investigate plasmonic practical applications.
Catherine achieved her post-graduate diploma in physical science from La Trobe University. She continued her education to study science in nanotechnology and received her master’s degree in 2015. Now she works collaboratively with members of the community to support their research goals while completing her final months of PhD studies. Catherine was supported by La Trobe University Full Fee Research Scholarship.
Master of Science in Nanotechnology | Postgraduate diploma in physical science | Bachelor of Applied Physics
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