This talk will briefly introduce capabilities of the Australian National Fabrication Facility- Western Australia node (ANFF-WA), which incorporates the Microelectronics Research Group (MRG) at the University of Western Australia. The talk will cover areas of expertise, facilities and recent research outcomes in the Microelectronics Research Group, to help researchers understand the fabrication capabilities and research activities at the ANFF-WA node.
- Research facilities at ANFF-WA, including fabrication, characterisation and simulation tools
- Recent research outcomes at ANFF-WA
- Work on porous silicon at ANFF-WA
Bio: Dr. Xiao Sun received his Ph.D. degree at The University of Western Australia (UWA) in 2016. He is currently working as a research associate at the Microelectronics Research Group, UWA, his project is thermal sensing based on porous silicon. He is also working as a staff at the ANFF-WA node, his responsibilities include: new user training, ACLS booking system and facilities maintenance.
Thanks to the Australian Nanotechnology Network (ANN), there is a travel grant available that would assist some researchers in visiting the ANFF-WA node. Click here for more details.