Optical data specialist Professor Min Gu FAA FTSE has been awarded the 2016 Victoria Prize for Physical Sciences
Professor Gu is Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Research Innovation and Technology at RMIT University.
The Prize recognises the outstanding work of established Victorian scientists and the impact of their research and is administered by veski on behalf of the Victorian Government.
The $50,000 Victoria Prize for Physical Sciences recognizes Professor Gu’s ground-breaking research in optical data storage, which has made significant improvements to data storage systems, allowing data that would ordinarily fill a football field to now be stored on a single DVD. Read more. Profile.
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