School of Physics and Astrophysics

Atomic, Molecular and Surface Physics Research Group

Further information

Research coordinators

Postgraduates who have been involved in this research group include:

  • Paul Guagliardo
  • Stuart Napier
  • Peter Wilkie

Our research fields include positron studies of materials and spin-polarised electron studies of free atoms, molecules and surfaces.

  1. Positron studies of materials
  2. Spin-polarised electron studies of free atoms, molecules and surfaces
  3. Centre for Antimatter-Matter Studies (CAMS)
  4. Publications, student projects and experimental techniques

Positron studies of materials

Positron studies of materials explores positron interactions and nano-surface phenomena.

Positrons at UWA [DOC, 766.5 KB]
Updated 20 Jun 2013


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Spin-polarised electron studies of free atoms, molecules and surfaces

Spin-polarised electron studies of free atoms, molecules and surfaces explores electron exchange, spin orbit coupling, symmetry and electron correlation effects, including excitation and ionisation phenomena, resonances, angular momentum and quantum phases.

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Centre for Antimatter-Matter Studies (CAMS)

Relevant sections can be downloaded from the Antimatter-Matter Studies Annual report of the Australian Research Council (ARC). The extracts are available in PDF and Microsoft Word format.

CAMS UWA node 8 year (2006 to 2013) research highlights

Single and double ion doping of metal oxide ZnO nano particles

Experiments conducted at the University of Tsukuba

Interaction of spin-polarized electrons with surfaces

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Publications, student projects and experimental techniques

An up-to-date list of research publications can be downloaded.

Publications [DOC, 58.0 KB]
Updated 20 Jun 2013


This document outlines a research project conducted previously, which may be used as a guide for students planning projects in the future.

This document outlines the range of experimental techniques which the Centre for Atomic, Molecular and Surface Physics has at its disposal.

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