The Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials is a world-class collaborative team conducting research in superconducting and electronic materials science and technology.
ISEM seeks to stimulate the technological and commercial development to advance technologies including batteries for electric vehicles and energy storage; applied superconductivity for electrical and medical devices; energy conversion and transmission; spintronic and electronic materials for applications; terahertz science; and nano structured materials.
The Institute is located at the Australian Institute for Innovative Materials, at the University of Wollongong’s Innovation Campus, Australia’s first multifunctional materials facility that has the capacity to develop the processes and devices needed to scale-up lab-based breakthroughs in preparation for commercialisataion.
Freeze drier, spray drier
Multi-zone tube furnaces 1200¡C ±1¡C
Powder mills (agate/zirconia)
Uniaxial cold pressing to 10 t
Spark plasma sintering (SPS)
Spin coater WS-400B-6NPP/Lite
Exposure unit kinsten KVB-30D UV
Mask aligner karl suss MJB3
Maskless laser lithography system
Optical microscopy Nikon LV100
Multipurpose digital thermosonic wire bonder
Box furnace 1700¡C ±1¡C
Multi-target pulsed laser deposition system
Drawing bench (8 m)
Controlled atmosphere glove box
High vacuum furnace
Single crystal growth
Pulse-laser deposition (PLD)
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