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Hien was awarded a highly competitive Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship and joined Centre of Advanced Macromolecular Design (CAMD) in 2007 for her PhD study. After completing her PhD in March 2011, she commenced her postdoctoral academic career in Australian Centre for … Continue reading
Toan TRAN PhD candidate Microstructure Analysis Unit Department of Physics and Advanced Materials University of Technology, Sydney Email: TrongToan.Tran@student.uts.edu.au Introduction Toan obtained his bachelor in Material Sciences from University of Sciences (Vietnam National University). Afterwards, he moved to … Continue reading
Asghar is first year PhD student studying gas-mediated electron beam induced deposition and etching nanostructures and their characterization, primarily supervised by Charlene Lobo. Asghar had obtained his master of science in physics from Umeå university Sweden in 2013.
PhD Student Microstructural Analysis Unit University of Technology Sydney Email: email@example.com Mehran has finished his bachelor and master degrees in Material Science Engineering in 2011. His research focused on multiferroic thin film materials. After 3 years doing research and … Continue reading
Amanuel joined the school of Physics and Advanced Materials at UTS in autumn of 2014 as a PhD candidate from Ethiopia. Previously, he did his Masters degree in Materials Science and Engineering at Uni-Kiel, Germany and his other Master’s degree … Continue reading
Anton is a PhD student studying the possibility of forming an electrically exited single photon emittera in diamond and other wide bandgap materials. He was awarded his Master of Science in Physics from State Technical University, Novosibirsk, Russia in 2011. Before … Continue reading
26/11/13, 11:00 am, Diamond Bionic Eye Prof Steven Prawer, Melbourne Materials Institute 15/11/13, 3:30 pm, Drawing the invisible: fibres for hyperlenses and the emperor’s clothes Dr. Boris Kuhlmey, University of Sydney. 8/11/13, 3:30 pm, Role of extracellular DNA in engineering … Continue reading
Rodolfo has recently completed an undergraduate degree in Nanotechnology (UTS, 2013) and is currently doing an Honours degree, under the supervision of Dr Igor Aharonovich. The focus of the research will be studying nanodiamonds for bio-imaging applications.
Kerem completed his undergraduate degree in science in 2013 and is currently undertaking honours in Nanotechnology. The project, supervised by Dr Igor Aharonovich and Dr Olga Shimoni, is focusing on utilizing nanodiamonds for biological imaging applications
August 2017: Our own Dr Carlo Bradac shines at IMPACT 2017 and gives great interview of the use of nanodiamonds in medicine! listen to it here July 2017: Our recent work on photoinduced blinking in gallium nitride is published in Phys … Continue reading
Sumin Choi PhD Candidate Microstructural Analysis Unit University of Technology, Sydney Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sumin is a PhD student studying zinc oxide (ZnO) which is a semiconductor material and might be a good candidate for … Continue reading
Josh is a PhD student studying Image contrast Mechanisms in Environmental Microscopy, primarily supervised by Professor Toth. He was awarded Bachelor of Science in Nanotechnology (First Class Honours), from UTS in 2012. Josh’s research involves the study of gas-substrate interactions and … Continue reading
Chris Elbadawi PhD Candidate Microstructural Analysis Unit University of Technology, Sydney Email: email@example.com Chris has recently completed his undergraduate course; Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics with first class Honours (2012), which involved research focused on Electron beam induced deposition … Continue reading
Aiden is a PhD alumnus of the electron beam chemistry group. He studied gas-mediated electron beam induced etching (EBIE), and was primarily supervised by Professor Milos Toth. Aiden’s research involved the study of gas-substrate interactions, and electron and ion induced … Continue reading
We are located at the Microstructural Analysis Unit (MAU), University of Technology Sydney. Our core equipment is heavily modified to enable unique material growth and characterization experiments. The MAU also contains a centralized suite of standard material fabrication and characterization … Continue reading