ANFF-Q is an open-access, world-class facility boasting state-of-the-art cleanrooms at class 10 000, class 1 000 and class 100, as well as biochemistry and PC2 laboratories. These specialised work environments house top-of-the-line micro- and nano-fabrication and characterisation equipment, including AFM, confocal microscopy, Raman and vibrational spectroscopy suites; soft- and photo-lithography streams; and a one-of-a-kind SiC on Si epitaxial reactor.
ANFF-Q supports a large range of capabilities and our emphasis is on the chemical and material characterisation of nano-structures, organic materials (including semiconductors) and metal growth, chemical synthesis and purification, and the design, rapid-prototyping and fabrication of nano-devices. Client outputs have included activities in solar energy, biosensing, micro-nano fluidic devices, MEMS, drug delivery, micro-mechanical systems, optics and medical bionics.
ANFF-Q opened in 2008, with specialised laboratories housed within the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) and the Centre for Organic Photonics & Electronics (COPE) at The University of Queensland. In 2010, ANFF-Q expanded to include characterisation and fabrication laboratories within the Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre at Griffith University. In 2013, ANFF-Q opened access to its specially developed epitaxial reactor for SiC on Si deposition. And in 2016, ANFF-Q opened a dedicated class 10 000 soft-lithography cleanroom at its new Long Pocket facility.
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