Nanotechnology Research - Universities
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The Centre for Advanced Materials and Industrial Chemistry (CAMIC) is a multidisciplinary centre that strives to undertake high quality fundamental and applied research. The interconnected research themes in the centre allow materials scientists, nanotechnologists and applied scientists with industrial experience to undertake ambitious research projects from conception to real world implementation.
The Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence Nanophotonics develops nanophotonic devices inspired by ideas from artificial intelligence and brain science for a smarter and greener future.
Current activities in the laboratory center around micro/nano-electro-mechanical-systems (MEMS/NEMS) and micro/nanofluidics.
The Centre for Micro-Photonics is an internationally leading Centre in biophotonics and nanophotonics.
The University of Sydney has recently completed construction of the Sydney Nanoscience Hub - one of the most advanced research and teaching facilities globally in the field of nanoscience.
The Centre for Advanced Nanomaterials undertakes groundbreaking trans-disciplinary research at the forefront of materials science. The Centre provides an environment to foster, connect and harness research activities centred on the synthesis, processing and study of nanomaterials at the University of Adelaide
IPAS has been created to bring together experimental physicists, chemists, material scientists, biologists, experimentally driven theoretical scientists and medical researchers to create new sensing and measurement technologies.
The group's primary interest is the mathematical modelling of fundamental physical properties exhibited by nanoparticles and nanoparticle composite materials. In particular, they are interested in the thermal, electrical, magnetic, optical and mechanical characteristics of nanoparticles and their composites.
One area of the department is dedicated to nano- and bioprocess engineering.
Research activities focus on, among other things, surface modification of particles, biosensors, colloidal crystals and drug delivery systems.