Lithography

Amen

Mohamed received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of South Australia, specialising in the development of nanoscale field-effect transistors for biosignal monitoring. Prior to that, he obtained his Master’s degree in Biomaterial Engineering from Chonbuk National University (South Korea) in 2019. His current research interests lie in translating solid-state nanosensor technology for biosignal …

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Cadarso

Victor is an expert in a multidisciplinary domain spanning nanotechnology, polymer manufacturing, surface engineering, micro/nano-systems development and biological systems. He is the Deputy Director and a Technology Ambassador of the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (ANFF-Vic), Associate Professor in the Faculty of Engineering at Monash University and co-founder and CSO of Proton Intelligence. He is one …

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Yan

Kunlun Yan completed his PhD in optics in Laser Physics Center of Australian National University in 2019. His research was focused on realizing on-chip optical amplifier based on rare-earth doped chalcogenide planar waveguides. Kunlun Yan joined ANFF in 2023 and his research interests include optical film coating, planar waveguide fabrication, precision optics manufacturing and machining, and …

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Singha

Dr Pradip Singha is a highly accomplished engineer with a strong background in microfluidics, lithography, etching, materials characterisation, and semiconductor technology. He has a Master of Technology in Nanotechnology from the National Institute of Technology, Calicut, India and a PhD in Industrial and Mechanical Engineering from Griffith University, Australia. He has published 16 papers in …

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Romero

Erick received his PhD in Physics from the University of Queensland in Australia. As a postdoctoral fellow his research focused on the fundamental origins of nanomechanical dissipation, high precision sensing, hybrid systems, integrated photonics and phononics. Erick currently works at the Australian National Fabrication Facility supporting and developing nanofabrication processes. His expertise profile is quite …

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Sivan

I am an adept Micro/Nano Lithography process engineer with 20+ years of dedicated experience. My focus lies in harnessing intricate patterning and process techniques to drive technological breakthroughs. I am proficient in optimising lithography processes and managing cutting-edge equipment. My journey in research and process engineering is defined by innovation, precision, and a relentless pursuit …

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Ackroyd

Roger is a Senior Process Engineer – Nanofabrication at ANFF-NSW University of Sydney. He spent the last 4 years working as a nanofabrication process engineer for Microsoft Quantum. In this role, and prior to this at UNSW, he worked on several devices and materials systems, including superconductors, semiconductors, qubits, microwave resonators, Josephson junctions, and SQUIDs. …

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Tian

Senior Technical Officer with a profound background in micro/nano fabrication techniques. Specialising in PVD, dry etching, FIB, and EBL, driving innovations in optics and photonics. Accomplished projects include nitrogen gas line remediation and Bio-print lab renovation. Passionate about pushing scientific boundaries and supporting researchers.

Sim

Lim Wu Sim is a Senior Process Engineer – Nanofabrication at ANFF-NSW University of Sydney. Lim has been part of Australia’s semiconductor industry for more than a decade, with experience in a variety of projects across academia and industry, most recently working in Microsoft’s team developing a quantum computer. He is knowledgeable in end-to-end device …

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Ruffell

Simon Ruffell joins the ANFF-NSW University of Sydney as our Quantum and Semiconductor Engagement Manager. Simon has extensive experience in the semiconductor technology industry and, more recently, in quantum computing. His role is to assist in planning, especially with respect to the infrastructure requirements to support the significant opportunities emerging around research translation in quantum …

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Wu

Chiping is a senior technical officer from RMIT MNRF with 30+ years’ experience on photolithography, thin film deposition, doping, etching, and wire-bonding, etc. She is managing MNRF cleanroom teaching facilities assisting users for semiconductor device fabrication and process practice.

Zawierta

Michal is involved in the design, fabrication and characterisation of optical microelectromechanical (MEMS) devices.