Presentation title: Diamond voltage imaging microscopy: using charge state to image local potentials in solution
Daniel McCloskey is a postdoctoral research fellow in physical biosciences within the School of Physics at the University of Melbourne.
He conducts experimental research in surface and materials science, semiconductor physics, and photonics with a focus on the application of colour centres in diamond to optical and optoelectronic sensing, particularly in the areas of biosensing and voltage imaging. Daniel received B. Eng (engineering physics) and B. Sc (applied mathematics) degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, in 2017, and is a recipient of the Canada Governor General’s Academic Medal. He received his PhD (physics) from the University of Melbourne, Australia, in 2021.