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High Power Radio Frequency Shielding using Modern Materials

A collaborative research project involving QUT and Defence aims to develop a printable ultrathin layer of carbon to shield sensitive electronics from electromagnetic radiation. QUT research team: Nunzio Motta, Jacob Coetzee, Soniya Yambem, Michael Horn and Fraser Williams DST research team: Kamal Gupta, Sean Braidwood

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New paper on Advanced Materials – Interfaces

Transfer‐Free Synthesis of Lateral Graphene–Hexagonal Boron Nitride Heterostructures from Chemically Converted Epitaxial Graphene Jonathan Bradford,  Mahnaz Shafiei, Jennifer MacLeod, Nunzio Motta The synthesis of lateral heterostructures of graphene and hexagonal boron nitride (h‐BN) has attracted attention due to the ability to broadly…

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Multiscale Plasma‐Catalytic On‐Surface Assembly

Just appeared on Small! Hugo Hartl, Jennifer MacLeod, Anthony P. O’Mullane, Nunzio Motta, Kostya (Ken) Ostrikov Abstract: Controlled modification of surfaces is one of the key pursuits of the nanoscience and nanotechnology fields, allowing for the fabrication of bespoke materials with targeted functionalities. However, many surface…

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NanoSea 2018 conference

Group photo – NanoSea 2018 – Carqueiranne The 7th International conference NANO-structures and nanomaterials SElf-Assembly was successfully held in Carqueiranne (Provence) from 1st to 7th july 2018. Our group presented and invited talk and an oral on the growth of graphene and 2D materials heterostructures. More details at: 

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New Xe-Plasma Dual Beam funded by ARC

Prof Nunzio Motta is leading a team of investigators who was awarded by ARC a LIEF grant to purchase a Xe-plasma dual beam for advanced future materials which will be installed at QUT. Partner institutions: QUT, UQ, Griffith, Monash, UTS – ARC contribution: $1,1M$ – Total cost of the equipment: 2.3M$ This project aims to establish a…

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