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James Grieve

Current

My work with the CQT Quantum Optics group is mainly concerned with the development of an in-house integrated photonics program. Since implementing a femtosecond direct write workstation for the production of optical waveguides in glass, we have been working to develop our expertise with the platform.

Publication record (via Google).

Past

I completed my PhD in the Nanophysics and Soft Matter Group at the University of Bristol. My thesis, "Assembly & Calibration of Optically Actuated Tools" was defended in October 2010, and concerned development and analysis of extended micron-scale structures held in holographically generated optical traps.

I studied for my undergraduate degree (an MSci in Physics) at the University of Bristol, graduating in 2007.

Contact

Blk S15, #02-06, 3 Science Drive 2
Singapore 117543

Tel: (65) 6516 5627
Email: james.grieve@nus.edu.sg


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Injecting light into a PDMS waveguide array