The University of Melbourne
Thesis Topic: Magneto-optics of nanorods in thin films
Supervisor: Paul Mulvaney
Dingchen is an honours student at the University of Melbourne supervised by Prof. Paul Mulvaney and Calum Kinnear. His research in the centre involves synthesising anisotropic magnetic nanoparticles and its alignment in magnetic field. He is also looking at its optical properties at different orientations.
Qualifications: BSc, The University of Melbourne
Research interests: Nanoparticles, material science