Associate Professor Chan leads research in fibre-optics and photonics at Charles Darwin University. He is a senior IEEE member and has contributed over 100 technical publications in this area. He was also the recipient of the University of Sydney Early Career Development Award and the Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship awarded by the Australian Research Council.
Research in fibre-optics and photonics at Charles Darwin University focuses on microwave photonic signal processing, which explores powerful new paradigms for processing high-bandwidth signals. This transcends the traditional function of photonics (which has until recently focused on signal transmission) to open up new possibilities for directly processing the signals that are modulated on an optical carrier.
CDU's research also focuses on optical communications, nonlinear fibre optics, optically-controlled phased arrays, gigahertz/terahertz photonics in communication and radar systems, and fibre-optic sensors.
Associate Professor Chan is available to supervise PhD and Masters by Research in fibre-optics and photonics.
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