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Ceri Brenner FLEET-ANSTO CAS seminar

  • 4 Nov 2021
  • 11:00 AM
  • Online

ANSTO’s Centre for Accelerator Science (CAS) supports research and industry communities to explore the past, understand the present, and design for the future.

We are a user facility specialising in ion beam accelerator applications - a member of the National Collaboration for Research Infrastructure Strategy network - delivering world-leading sensitivity across a suite of radioisotope dating, element and actinide isotope analysis techniques, alongside surface engineering and characterisation with micron resolution, and rapid radiation exposure and damage capabilities.

We pride ourselves on our end-to-end user experience with expertise and facilities to support the full journey from idea through to impact, while providing a learning and training environment for the next generation of scientists and innovators.

From environment modelling to space technology qualification, CAS has an impact on many research and innovation priority areas.

In this webinar, CAS Leader Ceri Brenner alongside CAS senior scientists Zeljko Pastuovic and Armand Atanacio will introduce our capabilities for advanced materials modification and characterisation. We’ll present examples where precision ion implantation and irradiation has been applied for dopant and defect surface engineering in materials used for battery technologies and topological insulators for optoelectronics, for fabrication of nanomagnets and modification of 2D material membranes, for quantum sensing using nitrogen-vacancy centres in diamond and for studying hydrogen water splitting.


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