Honours projects: Accurate knowledge of optical parameters is becoming increasingly important for a wide range of scientific and industrial applications.
Honours project: In this project you will develop a new quadrant photodiode to measure the pointing stability of 2 µm lasers that being developed for future detectors.
Honours project: This project explores the use of blended control strategies to optimise the performance of advanced lasers.
Study of Nature's Extreme Particle Accelerators at Tera-eV (10^12eV) Gamma-Ray Energies with Hess and other Telescopes
Honours projects: Opportunities to study extended sources which may include supernova remnants, pulsar nebulae, star formation regions and also mysterious unidentified sources, as well as searching for transient/bursting sources in High Energy Stereoscopic System (HESS) data.
Honours project: This project provides the opportunity to adapt an advanced set of modeling tools to predict the performance of 2µm lasers and help optimise their performance.
Honours project: This project will use advanced interferometer simulation software, developed by researchers at Adelaide, coupled with machine learning and Bayesian analysis methods to develop new techniques for extracting experimental parameters within gravitational wave interferometers.
Honours project: In this project you will explore phase camera technology to understand its potential and limitations.
Honours projects: Projects which combine experimental, computational and theoretical physics.
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