Dr Girish Lakhwani is a lecturer in the School of Chemistry at The University of Sydney and a theme Leader in the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science (ACEx). His research is focused on using polarized light as a probe to investigate the origin of optical properties from a single molecule to a bulk level and to identify the scaling laws that underpin excitonic processes in optoelectronic devices such as polariton lasers and ultrafast switches. In addition to experiments, he also uses theory to develop models and perform simulations to advance understanding about light-matter interactions in condensed matter.
Research keywords: device physics, exciton polaritons, single molecule spectroscopy, chiroptical spectroscopy
Affiliation: School of Chemistry, The University of Sydney;
ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science (ACEx)
Address: Rm 358, School of Chemistry (Bldg F11), The University of Sydney, NSW 2006