2017 ANFF-VIC Image of the Year Competition

2016 Winner: "Rebel"
Description: "ZnO micro/nano structures synthesized on silicon substrates using thermal evaporation method. Each of the ZnO structures resemble naturally occuring flora and fauna."
Credit: Dr Tridib Saha

The 2017 ANFF-VIC Image of the Year Competition is now open for submissions.

The winner will be announced in January 2018.

The winner will receive a $200 cash prize as well as recognition through our media channels and featured placement on Nanomelbourne.com.

Submissions are now open – send your high-resolution images of work conducted within ANFF-VIC in jpg, png or tif format to mcn-images@nanomelbourne.com with a short description of the image, where it was taken and any relevant publications.

These images will be printed in a large poster format, so unfortunately only print-quality images will be considered.

This year’s competition will again be decided by the public. Following an internal shortlisting process we will upload the images to our twitter page, @Nanomelb, and the image with the most likes and shares will win.

All users are eligible and there is no limit to the number of times that you can enter, so dust off that right hemisphere and get submitting!

ANFF-VIC’s first “Publication of the Year” has also just been announced – make sure you’re acknowledging the node correctly in all papers in order to be considered. Please use the following in the acknowledgement section of any papers:

“This work was performed in part at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN) in the Victorian Node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF).”