Higher Degree Research students
Siddharth's PhD is exploring the potential of machine learning and digital holographic microscopy for analysing cells, colloids, and more.
Daniel's Masters project is about the aggregation of vesicles, and their response to challenging environmental conditions.
Lauren's PhD project involves regulating the nutrient flow of model primitive cells and artificial cells.
Ziyan is working on cell division and membrane fusion.
Yaam is working on micropipette aspiration, and vesicle hemifusion.
Lan is working on precision quantification of vesicle properties using holography.
Omar was an undergraduate researcher and research assistant who worked on light-scattering assays for vesicle permeability in 2019-2020. As of 2020 he is now working at Saudi Aramco.
Jena graduated first class with a degree in Medicinal Chemistry (Hons). Jena was exploring the potential of fatty acids for enhanced transdermal drug delivery.
Jono was working on using machine learning to mitigate noise in holograms.
Storm was working on 3D printing a portable holographic microscope.
Greta was helping assemble an optical tweezer setup on the holographic microscope.
Matthew Turner and James Luong
Matthew and James were summer students working on using holographic microscopy to quantify diffusion and vesicle loading