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Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF)

Clayton, Victoria, AU

The ANFF provides leading-edge research capability and supports excellence in science.

The capability provided by ANFF enables users to process hard materials (metals, composites and ceramics) and soft materials (polymers and polymer-biological moieties) and transform these into structures that have application in sensors, medical devices, nanophotonics and nanoelectronics.

It has a strong emphasis on service provision to the research community. ANFF seeks to enhance national and international collaborations and enable world-class-research.

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ANFF - Materials Node

North Wollongong New South Wales
No Reviews Available

Nano-materials are potential sources of groundbreaking improvements in a wide number of technological areas, including biomedicine, and energy harvesting and storage. The ANFF Materials node brings together specific strengths in the fabrication of both hard and soft materials,... Show more »

Nano-materials are potential sources of groundbreaking improvements in a wide number of technological areas, including biomedicine, and energy harvesting and storage. The ANFF Materials node brings together specific strengths in the fabrication of both hard and soft materials, particularly nano-organic and inorganic electronic materials.

The Materials node is based at the University of Newcastle (UoN) and the University of Wollongong’s (UoW) new $28m Innovation campus the Australian Institute for Innovative Materials. It combines the skills, facilities and expertise of the UoW Intelligent Polymer Research Institute (IPRI), the Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials (ISEM), and the UoN’s Centre for Organic Electronics. Between them, these three partners offer extensive and unique capabilities in the design, development and fabrication of nanostructured electronic materials and devices.
The Materials node offer’s services for the production of commercial quantities of speciality nanostructured materials such as electronic polymers, macromolecules, oxides and metallic powders

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Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (ANFF - Victorian Node)

Clayton Victoria
Orders Completed
100 % Positive

MCN is a world-class nanofabrication centre, combining cutting-edge technologies with the skills and expertise of our staff. Part of the Australian National Fabrication Facility, ANFF, we enable research institutions and industry around Australia to collaborate and innovate.

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MCN is a world-class nanofabrication centre, combining cutting-edge technologies with the skills and expertise of our staff. Part of the Australian National Fabrication Facility, ANFF, we enable research institutions and industry around Australia to collaborate and innovate.

The MCN facilitates the integration of micro and nanotechnology techniques into the research and development activities that support Australia’s innovation and manufacturing economies.

The MCN comprises world-class cleanroom fabrication facilities as well as biochemistry and advanced microscopy laboratories. We provide research institutions and industry clients with open access to cutting-edge micro and nano fabrication equipment and technologies as well as the expertise to support innovative projects.

MCN has key expertise in lithography, thin film deposition, chemical etching, reactive ion etching and characterisation, using a broad range of materials including metals, silicon, diamond, nitrides and oxides. We are particularly relevant in application areas such as energy, biosensing, microfluidics and nanofluidics, nanomedicine and drug delivery, micro electro mechanical systems (MEMS), optics and medical bionics.

Take a glance at the MCN cleanroom and labs here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SZ642TZa0w

Find out more about our facility at www.nanomelbourne.com

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ANFF - OptoFab

North Ryde NSW
No Reviews Available

OptoFab consists of four centres of facilities and expertise based at Macquarie University, Bandwidth Foundry International, University of Sydney and the University of Adelaide with the headquarters at Macquarie University. We offer services in four key areas of expertise.

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OptoFab consists of four centres of facilities and expertise based at Macquarie University, Bandwidth Foundry International, University of Sydney and the University of Adelaide with the headquarters at Macquarie University. We offer services in four key areas of expertise.

The Node offers specialist dedicated staff that are on hand to provide services & technical support to users where appropriate in microprocessing and microfabrication of fibre, planar and bulk optical materials which include silica, silicon, lithium niobate and polymers. There are also a number of post-processing capabilities e.g. surface functionalisation and advanced characterisation. These techniques have been used to produce artefacts for use in telecoms, biotechnology, biomedicine, microelectronics, optical sensing, industrial processing, defence and security applications.

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ANFF - New South Wales Node

Sydney New South Wales
No Reviews Available

The NSW Node of ANFF is based at the University of New South Wales, operating within a 600m2 laboratory complex providing cleanrooms with particle counts equivalent to ISO5, ISO6 and ISO7.

The core area of expertise for ANFF-NSW is nanoelectronics, with both Si-MOS and GaAs... Show more »

The NSW Node of ANFF is based at the University of New South Wales, operating within a 600m2 laboratory complex providing cleanrooms with particle counts equivalent to ISO5, ISO6 and ISO7.

The core area of expertise for ANFF-NSW is nanoelectronics, with both Si-MOS and GaAs devices with sub-50nm feature sizes routinely produced using the Node’s suite of high resolution EBL systems. The full range of research disciplines regularly supported by ANFF-NSW is broad, encompassing quantum computing, biomedical devices, nanophotonics, medical detectors and photovoltaics.
ANFF-NSW also has a strong process engineering team available to develop and deliver one-on-one nanofabrication training programs to suit researchers’ needs, and to perform process development work on behalf of researchers.

Specialist fields:
- nanoelectronics
- high resolution electron-beam lithography
- nanoelectronics (Si MOS and GaAs)
- semiconductor device processing

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ANFF - Australian Capital Territory Node

Canberra ACT
Order Completed

The ANFF ACT is located at the Australian National University. Their facilities are based on photonic/electronic materials growth, processing and fabrication of devices including micro electro mechanical systems (MEMS). These facilities provide a range of capabilities and services... Show more »

The ANFF ACT is located at the Australian National University. Their facilities are based on photonic/electronic materials growth, processing and fabrication of devices including micro electro mechanical systems (MEMS). These facilities provide a range of capabilities and services for the micro/nanofabrication of photonic and related devices as well as the fabrication of waveguides and photonic crystals.

Opto-electronic devices such as semiconductor lasers, photo-detectors and modulators are widely used for communications, data storage and medical applications. Further, photonic crystals, with their ability to confine light and guide and control its propagation, promise an entire suite of ultra-compact optical devices analogous to those of semiconductor electronics. Hence the node is internationally recognised for supporting both state-of-the-art research and proof-of-concept development for industry.

ANFF-ACT also enjoys access to two well known ANU research groups at the Laser Physics Centre and the Department of Electronic Materials Engineering. These groups bring expertise in the capabilities of high energy ion implantation, Si-etching, optical characterisation and two metal organic chemical vapour deposition (MOCVD) reactors for the growth of III-V compound semiconductor multi- layers based on: GaAs, AIGaAs, InGaAs, InP, InGaAsP, InAlGaAs, GaSb, InSb, InGaAsN. These reactors enable the fabrication of nano-wires, quantum dots, quantum wells, strained layers and devices.

Specialist fields:
- micro/nano fabrication of photonic and related devices
- fabrication of waveguides and photonic crystals
- Micro-electro-mechanical-systems MEMS

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ANFF - South Australian Node

Mawson Lakes South Australia
No Reviews Available

ANFF-SA offers access to more than $10M of equipment and technical excellence in design, fabrication, and testing of micro-scale devices. The facility’s strengths include lab-on-a-chip technology, micro/nanofluidics, advanced sensing, functional coatings, and separation science.... Show more »

ANFF-SA offers access to more than $10M of equipment and technical excellence in design, fabrication, and testing of micro-scale devices. The facility’s strengths include lab-on-a-chip technology, micro/nanofluidics, advanced sensing, functional coatings, and separation science. Surface structures and patterns, channel designs, and chemical functionality can be tailored to your needs, through access or partnership with the professional staff. The facility houses state-of-the-art photolithography, micromachining, hot embossing and bonding, micro-injection moulding, plasma etching, thin film coating, fluidic simulation, and advanced characterisation in ISO Class 5 & 6 clean room environments. The facility is co-located at the University of South Australia and Flinders University, which offer extensive materials and surface spectroscopy capabilities available to ANFF-SA users. Where research or process development is required, ANFF-SA can offer the scientific expertise at the host universities.

ANFF-SA open to industry and academic users and the professional technical staff are able to deliver high-quality devices and samples on time. The facility is experienced working with confidential information and sensitive project material.

  • Micro/nanofluidics
  • Surface chemistry
  • Surface structuring (etching, molding, embossing)
  • Thin film deposition
  • Surface spectroscopy
  • X-ray micro/nanotomography (volumetric analysis)

Contact the Facility Manager, Mr Simon Doe (simon.doe@unisa.edu.au), about how we can support your innovation or go to http://www.anff.org.au/south-australian-node.html

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ANFF - Western Australian Node

Crawley Western Australia
No Reviews Available

The WA node is based at the University of Western Australia, Crawley. It incorporates the Microelectronics Research Group (MRG) in the School of Electrical, Electronic & Computer Engineering, led by Prof Lorenzo Faraone. The MRG provides a wealth of knowledge on advanced... Show more »

The WA node is based at the University of Western Australia, Crawley. It incorporates the Microelectronics Research Group (MRG) in the School of Electrical, Electronic & Computer Engineering, led by Prof Lorenzo Faraone. The MRG provides a wealth of knowledge on advanced microelectronic, optoelectronic, and photonic materials, devices and systems.

The node runs a completely vertically integrated facility, from materials growth, through device design, fabrication and testing, to packaging and subsystem assembly.

Specialist fields:
- Semiconductor optoelectronics
- II-VI semiconductor growth
- Micro- and nano- electro-mechanical-systems (MEMS and NEMS)
- Advanced sensors

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