Technical seminar series #4: "Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication"
This month’s seminar is a presentation by and of the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication. The MCN is a purpose built, state of the art facility which comprises a unique array of fabrication and characterisation equipment. Supported by expertise drawn from the partner nodes such as the University of Melbourne (UoM), its strengths are in the areas of advanced materials, biotechnology and characterisation techniques.
MCN Director Dwayne Kirk will present an overview of the facilities and access modes, whilst MCN’s instrument managers will provide an overview of industry and academic based work carried out there. A/Prof Ray Dagastine will also present his experience of using the centre as a resident of the MCN Technology Fellow Program.
The MMI and the UoM, a contributing partner of the centre through the Research Infrastructure Strategy Office, will take the opportunity of this seminar to launch a number of new initiatives to encourage and facilitate access for UoM researchers.
Bookings essential: http://mmi-mcn.eventbrite.com