Researcher

Professor Dane McCamey

My Expertise

Physics, Nanotechnology, Quantum Science, Spin Resonance, Organic Electronics, Electronics, Semiconductors

Field of Research (FoR)

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Biography

Dane is a Professor in UNSW's School of Physics.

An experimental condensed matter physicist, Dane's research focuses on the impact of spin on the electronic properties of materials and devices for solar energy generation and quantum enabled electronics. Dane also applies advanced spin resonance techniques to problems in biology and chemistry.

ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science

Dane is Deputy Director in the ARC Centre of Excellence...view more

Dane is a Professor in UNSW's School of Physics.

An experimental condensed matter physicist, Dane's research focuses on the impact of spin on the electronic properties of materials and devices for solar energy generation and quantum enabled electronics. Dane also applies advanced spin resonance techniques to problems in biology and chemistry.

ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science

Dane is Deputy Director in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Exciton Science. ACEX's primary mission is to manipulate the way light energy is absorbed, transported and transformed in advanced molecular materials. The Centre programmes span high-throughput computational screening, single molecule photochemistry and ultrafast spectroscopy and embrace innovative outreach and commercial translation activities. The Centre plans to capture the knowledge generated as new intellectual property, materials processing know-how, high-impact publications and through the creation of new employment opportunities. The expected outcomes and benefits include new Australian technologies in solar energy conversion, energy-efficient lighting and displays, security labelling and optical sensor platforms for defence. Details can be found at excitonscience.com.

Pulsed Electron Spin Resonance Facility

Dane leads the UNSW Pulsed Electron Spin Resonance Facility. Please contact him for further details.

 

Research Supervision

Research projects are available in the areas of

  • Development of Advanced Spin Resonance Techniques
  • Spins in Organic Semiconductors
  • Room Temperature Quantum Systems 
  • Advanced Spectroscopy of Solar Materials
  • Application of Spin Control Techniques in Other Fields

 

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Location

Office:
Room 632, Science and Engineering Building (E8)

Laboratories:
Level 6, Science and Engineering Building (E8)

Contact

02 9385 5866