Connecting the dots

How nanotechnology could revolutionise solar power

» read more

Connecting the dots

Scientists not sheepish about potential of nanowool

Can nanowool create revolutionary new sensors?

» read more

Scientists not sheepish about potential of nanowool

Getting oil from a stone

How a super high resolution CAT scanner can improve models of flow in porous rocks

» read more

Getting oil from a stone

Mimicking the brain

Making Sense of High Temperature Plasma Confinement Data

» read more

Mimicking the brain

Playing Time Backwards

The Rubidium Quantum Sequencer

» read more

Playing Time Backwards

Hairy Electrodes for Green Cars

How plasma technology promises to greatly reduce the cost of fuel cell manufacture

» read more

Hairy Electrodes for Green Cars

Ion Irradiation to Form Amorphous Mono-Elemental Metals

This technology could soon find applications throughout the electronic, photonic and metallurgical industries

» read more

Ion Irradiation to Form Amorphous Mono-Elemental Metals

The Research School of Physics and Engineering is very proud of its experienced and enthusiastic staff members who are committed to providing the best possible education for our students. With several hundred academics, graduate students and support staff, and incredible facilities, we are Australia's largest university based physics institution.

Our undergraduate and postgraduate programs open the door to a wide range of opportunities not only in Australia but Worldwide.

Updated:  8 April 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Director, RSPE/ Page Contact:  Physics Webmaster