Dr. Carlo Bradac

Carlo is a postdoctoral research fellow at Macquarie University. He works in the Diamond Nanoscience Lab. 

His research focuses on cross-disciplinary activities in quantum physics, nanotechnology and material science. This includes the growth and post-processing of nanodiamonds for use in quantum technologies, single-particle probing, magnetic sensing, biomedical imaging and microscopy.

Carlo hopes to develop a novel type of optical tweezers and nanodiamond-based biosensors to improve existing bio-imaging and bio-manipulation techniques. 

PhD, Macquarie University, Australia (2012)
Master of Science, Macquarie University, Australia (2006)
BSc, Macquarie University, Australia (2004)

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Major funding support

Australian Research Council