High Resolution 3D Scene Mapping Using Advanced GW Technology

Recently we have developed a new type of camera called a phase camera.

This camera operates on the principal of lock-in amplifier and has the potential to revolutionise ultra-high resolution 3D mapping. In this project you will explore this technology to understand its potential and limitations.

This project will involve a mixture of numerical modelling, lab-based work and if things go really well, field trials.

This project is part of the research program within the ARC Centre of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery (OzGrav), and includes research toward upgrading the sensitivity of the current generation of detectors, analysing data from those detectors and the development of technology for future detectors.

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