Laura Daniela Valencia Molina
- PhD Student
- Australian National University
- 2D materials
- IR Imaging
- Bachelor degree in Physics, University of Quindio, Colombia
- Master degree in Science (Optics), Center of Research in Optics (CIO), Mexico
Laura was Born in Colombia. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Physics at the University of Quindio in Colombia before pursuing a Master’s degree in Sciences at Center of research in Optics (CIO) in Mexico. During her time at CIO, she conducted research on 2D materials and shape memory polymers for potential biomimetic applications. Currently, Laura is engaged in a dual PhD program with the Australian National University and Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena. Her research is centered around metasurfaces for infrared-to-visible imaging, exploring novel designs that can enhance the capabilities for imaging systems. Laura is looking for making strides in this area of research, aiming to advance imaging technology and its applications. Her research interests are metamaterials, photonics, 2D materials and Imaging.