[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/CE140100012]
Researchers Prof Gordon Wallace; Prof Maria Forsyth; Prof Douglas MacFarlane; Prof David Officer; Prof Mark Cook; Prof Susan Dodds; Prof Geoffrey Spinks; Prof Gursel Alici; A/Prof Simon Moulton; A/Prof Marc in het Panhuis; A/Prof Robert Kapsa; A/Prof Michael Higgins; Dr Attila Mozer; A/Prof Jeremy Crook; A/Prof Peter Innis; Prof Michelle Coote; Prof Xungai Wang; Dr Patrick Howlett; Dr Jennifer Pringle; Prof Linda Hancock; Prof Brett Paull; Prof Leone Spiccia; Dr Jie Zhang; A/Prof Robert Sparrow; Prof Dermot Diamond; Prof Dr Patrick Unwin; A/Prof Dirk Guldi; Prof Dr Seon Jeong Kim; Prof Dr Masayoshi Watanabe
Brief description ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science. The ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) will create next generation electrochemical devices via the precision assembly of nano/micro dimensional components into macroscopic structures. Through the discovery of new materials and structures, and understanding how spatial arrangement in 3D influences chemical, physical and biological properties, ACES will define the cutting edge of Electromaterials Science. The resulting technology breakthroughs will have a direct impact on some of today’s most challenging global problems in clean energy, synthetic biosystems, diagnostics and soft robotics. National benefit to Australia will be realised through the creation of new manufacturing industries.
Funding Amount $25,000,000
Funding Scheme ARC Centres of Excellences