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Jelena Vučković awarded the 2023 Geoffrey Frew Fellowship

Jelena is a pioneer in experimental and theoretical research in nanophotonics and quantum photonics.

Professor Jelena Vučković has been awarded the 2023 Geoffrey Frew Fellowship from the Australian Academy of Sciences.

The Frew Fellowship is awarded to distinguished overseas scientists, who are then invited to participate in the Australian Spectroscopy Conferences and to visit scientific centers in Australia. The Frew Fellowship is awarded biannually. 

Jelena is the Fortinet Founders Chair of Electrical Engineering and Jensen Huang Professor of Global Leadership. She leads the Nanoscale and Quantum Photonics Lab and was the inaugural director of the interdisciplinary Q-FARM initiative which brings university researchers from different fields together to study quantum science and engineering and to train the field’s next generation of scientists.

Please join us in congratulating Jelena on this well-deserved honor!

The Geoffrey Frew Fellowship was initiated in 1970 through a personal donation from Mr. Geoffrey Frew, Chair of Varian Techtron Pty Ltd. Previous winners can be found at

Excerpted from Australian Academy of Science, "Lloyd Rees Lecture and Geoffrey Frew Fellowship announced"