The South Australian node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF-SA) specialises in world-class design and engineering solutions to deliver advanced manufacturing technologies to local, national and international users.
ANFF-SA’s four-day Microengineering Winter School from Tuesday July 9 to Friday July 12 provides students, researchers, academics and industry with a fascinating introduction to the design and fabrication of microfluidic/electronic, MEMS, optical and sensing chips. Located at the University of South Australia's Future Industries Institute, in Mawson Lakes, ANFF-SA's sixth Microengineering Winter School includes presentations and practicals introducing photolithography, design for photolithography, etching, PDMS devices, microelectrodes, characterisation, simulation and optical interference and spectra.
Winter School offers participants a unique opportunity to hear from technical experts and industry leaders, participate in practicals in ANFF-SA's world-class cleanroom facilities and gain great career insight through local industry tours.
A great introduction to the design and fabrication of microfluidic/electronic, MEMS, optical and sensing chips, ANFF-SA's Winter School Includes invited industry speakers, lectures and hands-on experiences and is ideal for people interested in engineering microscopic devices used in the world’s newest technologies.