Situated in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney the Eggleton Research Group is led by optical award-winning physicist Prof. Benjamin J. Eggleton. It enjoys a rich complement of optical physics and optoelectronics research working closely on some of the most innovative topics in photonic sciences.
The research is conducted in state-of-the art laboratories, located in the Sydney Nanoscience Hub and in the School of Physics and are constructed to enable every technological advantage.
The Eggleton Group is part of the Sydney University Institute of Photonics and Optical Science (IPOS) the NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) and is a member of the University of Sydney Nano Institute.
To develop the experimental and theoretical expertise to design and build linear and nonlinear all-optical signal processing devices, and to miniaturise these, leading to a photonics chip believed to be the building blocks for the next generation of optical systems.
On-chip light-sound interaction for next-generation optical devices
Developing a flexible integrated platform for the generation and processing of quantum states through nonlinear optical devices
Using nonlinear optics to perform all-optical signal processing
Interfering light in photosensitive materials to create resonant and slow light structures
The Eggleton research group currently has experimental laboratories covering approximately 400m2. These are located on the ground floor of the historical Physics building and the new University of Sydney Nano Institute buildings.
In 2015, the Photonics and Optical Physics group moved some of its laboratories to new research facilities at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub, specifically designed and built for its Stimulated Brillouin scattering and nonlinear quantum photonics projects and its world class cleanroom facilities available.
Lead Photonics Nanofabrication Manager
Senior Research Fellow and Laboratory Manager
Postdoctoral Research Fellows
For information about opportunities to work or collaborate with the Eggleton Group, please email Dr Alvaro Casas Bedoya.