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Dr Matt Woolley

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There exists opportunities for Scientia PhD scholarships in the following areas. These prestigious scholarships include a stipend of $41,209 AUD per annum and up to $10,000 AUD per annum in travel and career development grants. The deadline for Expressions of Interest is July 12; please contact me as soon as possible if you are interested. The project areas are:

"Phonon Shields for Superconducting Quantum Computing"

"All-Optical Artificial...view more

There exists opportunities for Scientia PhD scholarships in the following areas. These prestigious scholarships include a stipend of $41,209 AUD per annum and up to $10,000 AUD per annum in travel and career development grants. The deadline for Expressions of Interest is July 12; please contact me as soon as possible if you are interested. The project areas are:

"Phonon Shields for Superconducting Quantum Computing"

"All-Optical Artificial Neural Networks"

 

Scholarships of $35k AUD for domestic and international students are available for Masters and PhD candidates. Please contact me for details.

Dr Woolley is a Senior Lecturer at UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy. He undertakes research on the theory of engineered quantum systems and teaches into the Electrical Engineering program. His research interests include quantum optomechanics, superconducting quantum circuits, quantum acoustics, and quantum control. He has taught Engineering Electromagnetics, Design of Electronic Circuits 1, and Digital Signal Processing and Control. He is the Coordinator of the Chief of Defence Force (CDF) advanced students programs. 

Dr Woolley obtained his BE(Hons)-BSc at the University of Tasmania. He gained his PhD at the University of Queensland, under the supervision of Professors Gerard Milburn and Andrew Doherty. He was subsequently a Postdoctoral Research Associate working with Professors Aashish Clerk (McGill University) and Alexandre Blais (Université de Sherbrooke), before joining UNSW Canberra.

Dr Woolley has collaborated with experimental groups at Cornell University, ETH Zurich, the University of Western Australia, the University of Queensland, and Aalto University. He has been a Visiting Scientist at Keio University and the University of Tokyo in 2015 (Australian Academy of Science Fellowship), and at Princeton University in 2017 (Endeavour Fellowship). He is an Associate Investigator in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQuS 2) from 2018 until 2024, and is a member of the Advanced Electromagnetics group at UNSW Canberra. 

 

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