The Research School hosts a wide range of physics research facilities, many of which are available for use by external parties.
The ACT node of the ANFF provides a suite of advanced fabrication devices.
Flagship tools include: Electron Beam Lithography, E-Beam Evaporator, Focused Ion Beam, Inductively Coupled Plasma Etching, MOCVD, PECVD and more.
CTLab is a world leading Micro-CT imaging, reconstruction and visualisation facility.
The ability to measure, charactise and specifically quantify 3D physical structures is one of CTLab's core strengths.
The Australian Facility for Advanced Ion Implantation Research (AFAIIR). The facility provides ion beam materials modification and analysis.
The Department of Nuclear Physics hosts the Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility (HIAF). The Facility comprises the 14UD accelerator and a superconducting LINAC.
Many other facilities exist throughout our school, please contact us if you would like more information.