Research projects

Nanotechnology exploits the remarkable effects that arise in matter when the dimensions are reduced to billionths of a metre.

Exploiting such effects will lead to new applications in different areas of human endeavor. This can be achieved in various ways: self-organization of surface structures, STM and Focused Ion Beam patterning are some of these.

The group is engaged in numerous specific projects within the research areas of solar cells, energy storage, materials surface science and more. We always welcome enquiries from new research participants and commercial partnerships. Click on a research area to find out more.

Solar Cells

Queensland Government

Gas sensing and air quality

ARC Linkage Project LP160100051

Hybrid 2D materials

Centre for Materials Science, Queensland University of Technology

Graphene supercapacitors

Queensland Government, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Graphene as Electromagnetic shielding

01/05/2020 - Ongoing

Next Generation Technologies Fund (NGTF)