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PhD Student
David is a PhD student working in a field that slips through the cracks of identification. Specialising on theoretical reproduction of multi-dimensional spectroscopy techniques, he is focusing on looking at the effects of spatially correlated noise on the output of these experiments.

David is currently in Germany as part of a collaborative research project with Professor Susana Huelga and Professor Martin Plenio.

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Qualifications

  • B.Sc. (Applied Sciences)(Hons), RMIT University, 2013
  • B.Sc. Applied sciences (Physics) and B.Sc. Applied sciences (Nanotechnology), RMIT University, 2012

 

Current research projects

  • Effects of spatially correlated noise on the output of multi-dimensional spectroscopy.
  • Effects of spatially correlated noise on the quantum efficiency of transfer in photosynthetic compounds.
  • Using two-dimensional spectroscopy on NV centers as a strain independent sensor.

 

Awards

  • Australian Postgraduate Award, 2014-2017
  • Vice-Chancellor's List, RMIT University, 2013

 

Publications

  • J. Jeske, D. Ing, M. B. Plenio, S. F. Huelga, and J. H. Cole, “Bloch-Redfield equations for modeling light-harvesting complexes,” J. Phys. Chem., pp. 1–10, 2014.