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Chad Husko

  • Ph.D.
  • ARC DECRA Fellow
  • University of Sydney
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About

Chad Husko received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Columbia University (New York, USA) in 2010. While on a Fulbright Fellowship in 2007-2008, he was a guest researcher at Thales Research & Technology in Paris, France. In 2009-2010, Chad was a Graduate Teaching Fellow at Columbia University’s Center for Technology, Innovation and Community Engagement (CTICE). In 2011 he joined CUDOS at University of Sydney as a postdoctoral fellow. In 2012 Chad was awarded a Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) by the Australian Research Council (ARC). He will research “Optical solitons on a photonic chip: unprecedented light control at the nanoscale” with the three-year fellowship. Chad’s current research interests are: nanophotonics, nonlinear semiconductor optics, photonic crystals, and chip-scale wave propagation.

Recent publications

  • Physical origin of higher-order soliton fission in nanophotonic semiconductor waveguides

    • Ciret C
    • Gorza S
    • Husko C
    • et al.
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  • Silicon-Phosphorene Nanocavity-Enhanced Optical Emission at Telecommunications Wavelengths

    • Husko C
    • Kang J
    • Moille G
    • et al.
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Professional experience

ARC DECRA Fellow

University of Sydney

January 2012 - Present

Post-doctoral research fellow

University of Sydney

January 2011 - January 2012(a year)

Education

Ph.D. Applied Physics

Columbia University in the City of New York

June 2005 - October 2010(5 years)

M.S. Applied Physics

Columbia University in the City of New York

August 2004 - May 2005(9 months)

M.A. Hispanic Literature

New York University (in Madrid)

August 2003 - May 2004(9 months)

B.A. Spanish

Loyola University Chicagio

August 1999 - May 2003(4 years)

B.S. Physics and Applied Math

Loyola University Chicago

August 1999 - May 2003(4 years)

Co-authors (108)

  • Gregory Moille
  • Simon Lefrancois

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