Nanotechnology gets a new light touch
Building the super-fast computers of the future has just become much easier thanks to an advance by Australian researchers that lets them grab hold of tiny electronics components and probe their inner structure using only a beam of light.
30th September 2009
Dr Adam Micolich Secures ARC Future Fellowship
The School would like to congratulate Adam Micolich for being awarded an ARC Future Fellowship. These new, prestigious fellowships are awarded to outstanding young researchers for the promotion of research in areas of critical national importance.Adam will spend the next four years investigating the next-generation of nanoscale electronic devices which may one day power your PC.
9th September 2009
School of Physics Wins $4.2M of new research funding
The School of Physics continues its research success, winning an outstanding $4.2M of new research grants from the Australian Research Council this year. This includes 8 Discovery Projects, one QEII Fellowship, 3 of UNSW´s 10 Infrastructure grants and 2 of UNSW´s 3 International Linkage grants.
2nd Oct 2007
Another Bright Spark Science magazine Cosmos has named the top 10 young scientists in Australia - and Associate Professor Alex Hamilton from the School of Physics was last week named among the recipients of the 2007 Cosmos Bright Sparks Awards. Professor Hamilton´s award recognised his groundbreaking research in the field of semiconductor nanoelectronics at UNSW´s Quantum Electronic Devices Group
2nd Oct 2007