Associate Professor Andrew Bettiol obtained his PhD at the University of Melbourne, Australia in 1999 working on ion beam-induced luminescence generated by mega-electron volt ion beams. He joined the National University of Singapore in November 1999 as an NSTB fellow working on developing a proton beam-writing lithography system. In 2007, he was appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics and the Engineering Science programme where he taught multidisciplinary design projects and photonics/optics to engineering science students. In 2014 he was given tenure and promoted to an Associate Professor. Professor Bettiol continues to hold his position as Associate Professor of Science in the Department of Physics at NUS.
Optics and Photonics
– Ion beam modification of materials for applications in micro/nanophotonics.
– Terhertz spectroscopy and optics – Application in metamaterials.
– Active plasmonics, loss mitigation in micro-optical systems, enhancement of light emission using plasmonics.
– Mid-IR optics, passive and active devices for biosensing.
– Integrated optics for microfluidic applications.
Nuclear Microscopy and Radiobiology
– Proton induced fluorescence microscopy in biological systems – Super-resolution imaging.
– Radiation effects in single live cells – Applications in cancer treatment using particle therapy.
– Development of diamond based radiation hard particle detectors, delta-E detectors using thin membranes, radiation dosimetry.
Ee Jin Teo, Noriaki Toyoda, Chengyuan Yang, Bing Wang, Nan Zhang, Andrew Anthony Bettiol, and Jinghua Teng, Sub-30 nm thick plasmonic films and structures with ultralow loss, Nanoscale 6 (6) (2014) 3243-3249
Qiang An, Chen Cheng, Sudheer Vanga Kumar Andrew Bettiol and Feng Chen, Proton beam writing of chalcogenide glass: A new approach for fabrication of channel waveguides at telecommunication O and C bands, Journal of Lightwave Technology 32 (2014)
Xiao Chen, Ce-Belle Chen, Chammika N. B. Udalagama, Minqin Ren, Kah Ee Fong, Lin Yue Lanry Yung, Pastorin Giorgia, Andrew Bettiol and Frank Watt, High-Resolution 3D Imaging and Quantification of Gold Nanoparticles in a Whole Cell Using Scanning Transmission Ion Microscopy, Biophysical Journal 104 (7) (2013) 1419-1425
Jun Deng, Sajid Hussain, Vanga Sudheer Kumar, Wei Jia, Ching Eng Png, Lim Soon Thor, Andrew A. Bettiol, and Aaron J. Danner, Modeling and experimental investigations of Fano resonances in free-standing LiNbO3 photonic crystal slabs, Optics Express, Vol. 21, Issue 3, pp. 3243-3252 (2013)
Jianfeng Wu, Herbert O. Moser, Su Xu, Linke Jian, Agnieszka Banas, Krzysztof Banas, Hongsheng Chen, Andrew A. Bettiol, and Mark B. H. Breese, Functional multi-band thz meta-foils, Scientific Reports 3 (2013) 3531
Siew-Kit Hoi, Xiao Chen, Vanga S. Kumar, Sureerat Homhuan, Chorng-Haur Sow and Andrew A. Bettiol, A microfluidic chip with integrated colloidal crystal for online optical analysis, Advanced Functional Materials 21 (2011) 2847-2853
Chen Xiao, Chammika NB Udalagama, Chen Ce-Belle, Andrew Bettiol, Daniel Pickard and Frank Watt, Whole cell imaging using fast and slow helium ions, Biophysical Journal 101 (2011) 1788-1793
Sher-Yi Chiam, Ranjan Singh, Carsten Rockstuhl,Weili Zhang, Falk Lederer and A.A. Bettiol, Analogue of electromagnetically induced transparency in a terahertz metamaterial, Physical Review B 80 (2009) 153103
C. Udalagama, A. A. Bettiol and F. Watt, Stocastic spatial energy deposition profiles for MeV protons and keV electrons, Physical Review B 80 (2009) 224107
Foundations of Science