The ANFF Node Network
New South Wales node
The NSW Node of ANFF is split between the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and the University of Sydney. The node enables the development of optical chips, electronic devices and new quantum technologies via outstanding lithography, etching, deposition and metrology capabilities.
Optofab offers specialist facilities and dedicated staff that are on hand to provide services & technical support to users in microprocessing, microfabrication and characterisation of fibre, planar and bulk materials which include silica, metals, ceramics, silicon, polymers and crystals.
Through an advanced suite of tools and substantial expertise, ANFF Q specialises in microfluidics, organic electronics and optoelectronics, biomaterials, novel semiconductor materials and characterisation. The node comprises four facilities, two at the University of Queensland and two at Griffith University.
Western Australian node
ANFF WA provides a wealth of knowledge in advanced microelectronic, optoelectronic, and photonic materials, devices and systems. The node runs a completely vertically integrated facility, from materials growth, through device design, fabrication and testing, to packaging and subsystem assembly.