ANFF-SA Microengineering Winter School

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 FREE 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 delivered by industry leaders and technical experts who introduce photolithography, design for photolithography, etching, PDMS devices, microelectrodes, characterisation, simulation and optical interference and spectra. 

 

Ideal for people interested in engineering microscopic devices used in the world’s newest technologies, ANFF-SA’s Winter School offers a great introduction to the design and fabrication of microfluidic/electronic, MEMS, optical and sensing chips, with hands-on experiences in world-class cleanroom facilities and career insight through local industry tours. 

8 x Insight sessions | 8 x lectures  | 7 x practical sessions

ANFF-SA's Microengineering Week includes a stellar line up industry experts and special guests:

Download a copy of ANFF-SA's Microengineering Winter School program here.

Winter School is fully subscribed but you can still attend the lectures and Insight talks. Contact Belinda Turner today.

The Australian Nanotechnology Network is a proud funding sponsor of ANFF-SA Winter School supporting the attendance of Australian PhD students and Australian ECRs living intra or interstate. For more information on ANN please visit www.ausnano.net  

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