Dr Galiya Sharafutdinova
|Work Phone||(02) 4921 5430|
|Fax||(02) 4921 6907|
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
The University of Newcastle, Australia
|Office||PG04, Physics Building|
- PhD (Physics), University of Newcastle, 2010
- Modelling and investigating an optical system performance using OSLO software
- optical scanners for microscopy
- remote laboratories for Physics courses
- two-photon and confocal microscopy
Research in the area of scanners for laser scanning fluorescence microscopy particularly confocal and two- and multi-photon systems. Familiar with the Femto-second ultra-short pulsed laser (Ti:S) as an excitation source for two-photon microscopy. Develop and investigate an optical system performance using OSLO, the optics software for layout and optimization.
Fields of Research
|020599||Optical Physics Not Elsewhere Classified||100|
Body relevant to professional practice.
- Member - Optical Society of America
- Member - Australian Optical Society
- Member - Fluorescent Applications in Biotechnology and Life Sciences
- Member - Australian Institute of Physics
2012 Vice-Chancellor's Award for Professional Staff Excellence in the team award category
University of Newcastle (Australia)
Team has made an outstanding contribution to enhancing the positive student experience through the creating and implementing of two novel remotely controlled experimental labs in Physics at the University of Newcastle, PHYS2240 course. The collaborative professional work of team members involved a development of the concept for a new apparatus, research, assemble apparatus, program the computer control code, write safety procedures and organising safe workplace.
Journal of Applied Optics, Cover Art
The Optical Society of America (United States)
Cover art for Journal of Applied Optics
Administration in a Physics teaching laboratory
- OSLO optical simulation software
Can teach modelling using OSLO optical software for layout and optimization.