ANFF-Vic Image of the Year Competition

The winner of the inaugural MCN Image of the Year in 2012, 'Nanowinter' submitted by Gediminas Seniutinas. The black silicon landscape in ‘Nanowinter’ was produced with assistance from Sasi Kandasamy at MCN.
Dr. Florian Lapierre's winning image in the 2014 Image of the Year Competition, 'PolyHIPE'. Reminiscent of a lunar landscape, Florian’s image shows a highly porous polymer bead, which was generated using an easy-to-manufacture microfluidic device and cross-linked under UV irradiation.

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It’s time to enter ANFF-Vic’s Image of the Year Competition.

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

Submissions are now open – send your high resolution images of work conducted within ANFF-Vic in jpg, png or tif format to with a short description of the image.

In this year’s competition, the public will decide the winner. Once a shortlist has been selected, we will upload the images to our twitter page, @Nanofab, and the image with the most likes and shares will win.

All users are eligible, there is no limit to the number of times that you can enter, and no particular theme for the competition.

Get submitting!