Researchers in this group explore the fundamentals of image formation and processing for studying the physical world from the atomic scale through to imaging the human body. Many projects are conducted at major research facilities overseas and locally at Monash University, including the Australian Synchrotron and the Titan 80-300 electron microscope.
Research projects available to students vary widely from theoretical studies of optical vortices and inverse problems to experimental realisation of new imaging modalities.
Clicking on a name will take you to the relevant academic's home page which contains more information about them, including their contact details.
Ultra-small angle X-ray scattering (USAXS) pattern from the thoriax of a mouse reveals micro-structure of the tissues at sub-pixel length scales.
|Dr Alexis Bishop|
|Dr Matthew Dimmock|
|Dr Scott Findlay|
|Associate Professor Marcus Kitchen|
|Dr Amelia Liu|
|Dr Kaye Morgan|
|Professor Michael J. Morgan|
|Professor David Paganin|
|Dr Timothy Petersen|
|Dr Imants Svalbe|