CUDOS chip

Taking technology to the next level: CUDOS researchers develop new platform making next-generation electronic devices more advanced

Physicists from CUDOS developed a new hybrid integrated platform that promises to be a more advanced alternative to conventional integrated circuits that are currently manufactured by the semiconductor industry. The researchers demonstrated that their approach is mass manufacturable, making it possible to integrate the platform into everyday electronic equipment like smartphones and computers. For the end user this technical advance means that it may lead to faster internet on their next-generation electronic devices. 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.

News Highlights

Bjorn Sturmberg

Dr Bjorn Sturmberg receives University of Sydney Alumni Achievement Award


CUDOS Alumnus Dr Bjorn Sturmberg has been recognised with the 2017 University of Sydney's Faculty of Science Alumni Award for the Achievements of Young Alumni.

Moritz Merklein

CUDOS PhD student awarded University of Sydney Postgraduate Research Prize


CUDOS PhD candidate Moritz Merklein has been awarded the University of Sydney's Faculty of Science Postgraduate Research Prize for Outstanding Academic Achievement.

Caitlin Fisher

From physics PhD to quiz master


CUDOS alumnus Dr Caitlin Fisher completed a in optical physics and now finds herself masterminding the University of Sydney’s flagship National Science Week event, (Science + Quiz) = Comedy.

Research Highlights
Coming Up

17-21 Sep 2017

Washington DC, USA

17-21 Sep 2017

ECOC 2017
Gothenburg, Sweden

25-26 Sep 2017

CUDOS Communication Skills Workshop

29 Sep 2017

CUDOS Legacy Showcase

21 Nov 2017

IPOS Symposium
The University of Sydney, Australia

26 Nov - 1 Dec 2017

IONS KOALA Conference
Brisbane, Australia

4-7 Dec 2017

Queenstown, New Zealand