Ultrafast Dynamics Measurement Facility for the Physical, Biochemical, and Materials Sciences [ 2009 - 2009 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Dr TW Kee; Prof TM Monro; Prof D Abbott; Dr BM Fischer; Prof MA Buntine; Dr GF Metha; Prof JA Carver; Dr DA Beattie; Prof CA Prestidge; Prof RA Lewis; Dr DG Lancaster; Dr U Bach

Brief description The term "ultrafast revolution" describes the transformations in science due to ultrafast laser technology. Today, ultrafast lasers are used in surgery, nanomaterial fabrication, biomedical imaging, spectroscopic investigations, and new applications are still emerging. This facility will draw together leading chemists, physicists, and engineers to investigate key ultrafast processes and phenomena in the physical, biochemical and material sciences. This is of strategic importance to keep Australia at the global forefront for scientific endeavours, supporting new research and commercial opportunities. This facility will also produce highly trained graduates, who will find employment in industry throughout Australia and globally.

Funding Amount $400,000

Funding Scheme Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities

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