transfer or reflect

Invention may help to protect astronauts from radiation in space

CUDOS scientists at ANU have designed a new nano material that can reflect or transmit light on demand with temperature control, opening the door to technology that protects astronauts in space from harmful radiation. Read more

CUDOS is funded by the Australian Research Council under the Centres of Excellence Program , with further support from our six constituent universities, fifteen partner investigators, and the New South Wales State Government.

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Arnan Mitchell

Arnan Mitchell secures funding for nanotechnology research in Europe


Professor Arnan Mitchell, CUDOS Chief Investigator and Science Leader of CUDOS’ Hybrid Integration flagship project, is part of a multi-institution consortium awarded a prestigious European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation grant.

Dragomir Neshev

Nano device promises ultra-fast graphics on gaming consoles


An international team of scientists led by the CUDOS node at ANU has designed a new nano device that promises ultra-fast rendering of high-definition graphics on gaming consoles.

Stiller & Merklein

Postdeadline Paper to be presented at CLEO®/Europe-EQEC 2017


CUDOS PhD candidate Moritz Merklein’s and Dr Birgit Stiller’s postdeadline paper ‘On-chip non-reciprocal light storage’ was accepted for presentation at the CLEO┬«/Europe-EQEC 2017, held in Munich on 25-29 June 2017.

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29 Sep 2017

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21 Nov 2017

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