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News Archive - 2011

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Quick Bites, ACT Node - December 2011

 

The ACT Node has extended the range of equipment funded via EIF or NCRIS to include the following small tools to supplement existing flagship equipment. Read more here.....

 

 

ANFF ACT Node Officially Opened - November 2011

 

November 2, 2011 saw the official opening of the ANFF ACT Node - an event a long time in the planning, but well worth the wait. Professor Chennupati Jagadish (the Node Director) introduced the speakers including Dr Bob Frater (ANFFL Chairman and Board Member), Rosie Hicks (ANFFL CEO), Professor Lawrence Cram (ANU DVC) and, of course, Senator the Hon Kim Carr - Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science & Research. Read more here.....

 

 

Indium Phosphide Nanowire Photoconductors - September 2011

 

A tremendous amount of research is being carried out in the field of nanowires and the excitement in this field is due to the unique properties of these nanowires. Read more here.....

 

 

Physics Nobel Prize winner Z. Alferov at ICONN2012 - September 2011

 

Call for abstracts is now open for the next International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN 2012) to be held in Perth, WA in February 2012. On this occasion, the conference is being co-organised and co-located with the Asia-Pacific Microscopy Conference(APMC-10) and the Australian Conference on Microscopy and Microanalysis (ACMM-22). Read more here.....

 

 

AlGaN/GaN heterostructure cell-based biosensor - June 2011

 

The Microelectronic Research Group (MRG) at the ANFF WA Node has investigated the ion sensitivity of ungated, uncapped AlGaN/GaN heterostructure-based devices. Read more here.....

 

 

ACT Node Staff attend EBL and NIL/HE training in Europe - June 2011

 

Dr Gordon Li (EBL process engineer) attended two workshops at RAITH Dortmund during May 2011 relating to e-beam lithography. Also in May 2011, three staff members: Dr Kaushal Vora, Dr Gordon Li and, Facility Manager, Dr Fouad Karouta undertook a week of training at EVG. Read more here.....

 

 

Taking Glass Nanowires to the Max - March 2011

All-optical processing in highly non-linear waveguides is currently a subject of considerable interest as it enables the single channel data rate in a telecommunications network to far exceed those imposed by the limited bandwidth of electronics. Read more here.....

 

 

Official opening of the WA Node - March 2011

 

Although operating for many years now, the ANFF facility at The University of Western Australia was officially opened on 1 March 2011, becoming the eighth node of the ANFF. Read more here.....

 

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