Atomic, Molecular, Nuclear, Particle and Plasma Physics

Research in the field of atomic, molecular, nuclear, particle and plasma physics from the Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne.

Researchers

Elisabetta Barberio     High energy physics, including experimental particle physics and dark matter.

Nicole Bell     Cosmology, theoretical particle physics and astrophysics (neutrino physics and astrophysics, cosmology, astroparticle physics, dark matter, particle physics beyond the standard model).

Chris Chantler     Atomic physics and quantum electrodynamics, condensed matter physics and X-ray absorption fine structure, mammography, catalysts, quantum mechanics and analysis, X-ray optics and synchrotron science.

Matthew Dolan     The standard model of particle physics and beyond, with applications to early-universe cosmology and high-energy astrophysics.

Harry Quiney     Theoretical atomic, molecular and condensed matter physics.

Roger Rassool     Experimental particle physics (particle and nuclear physics, nuclear particle photons, industrial applications of physics, instrumentation, silicon detectors, medical physics), curriculum teaching.

Martin Sevior     High energy physics, quarks, antimatter, Belle II, CP-violation, data grid, and machine learning.

Geoff Taylor     High energy physics, including data analysis, instrumentation and experimental particle physics.

Phillip Urquijo     Experimental particle physics.

Raymond Volkas     Theoretical particle physics (beyond the standard model, neutrinos, branes and extra dimensions, particle cosmology, particle phenomemology, early universe).

Research centres

ARC CoE for Advanced Molecular Imaging
Developing better techniques and technologies to reveal the structure and dynamics of molecular interactions (the Imaging program), and applying these techniques to visualise the response of our immune system (the Immunology program).

Research in this area is conducted in the School of Physics.