报告人：Dr. George Y. Chen (University of South Australia)
A summary of the research I have carried out over the past 12 years is presented. Starting from the use of optical microfibers as sensors, to skew ray enhancement techniques, to femtosecond laser inscription, to recent work involving a variety of specialty fibers and functional materials for point and distributed sensing.
Dr. Chen graduated with a 4-year MEng (Bachelor’s and Master’s joint degree) from Imperial College London (QS World University Ranking #8 in 2021) in 2009, in the field of electronics and electrical engineering with computer science. He completed his PhD from the Optoelectronics Research Centre at the University of Southampton in 2013. He worked in an industrial research lab as a postdoctoral research fellow for SPI Lasers Ltd. (one of the largest high-power fiber-laser manufacturers) from 2013 to 2015. He joined the University of South Australia as a research fellow in 2015, and played a critical role in establishing the Laser Physics and Photonic Devices Laboratories. He was a part of the MinEx CRC (world’s largest co-op research centre on minerals exploration). He joined Shenzhen University in 2021 as a Professor.