Biological Physics (Quantum sensing, Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy, Nanotechnology, Imaging)
David Simpson is a lecturer in the physical biosciences within the School of Physics at The University of Melbourne. He obtained his PhD in applied physics from Victoria University in 2008 and has spent the past decade researching and commercialising quantum based technology. His current research is focused on the development of high resolution magnetic resonance spectroscopy techniques using defect centres in diamond. His broader research interests include quantum measurement, nanoscale electron spin resonance, the material properties of diamond and optical techniques to address quantum systems.