Research Grants

     

    1. ANU Grant Challenge Scheme: "Your Health in Your Hands: Future Personalised Medical Technologies for a Sustainable and Effective Healthcare"

    1. Westpac Bicentennial Foundation 2016 Fellowship: “Wearable Nanosensors for Melanoma Prevention”

    1. Australian Research Council Discover Early Career Research Award DE160100569: “Ultra-porous Devices by Synergistic and Atomic Layer Deposition”

    1. Discovery Translation Fund - ANU Connect Ventures: “One-step synthesis of ultra-porous coatings for titanium implants: encouraging superior integration with bone cells”

    1. Australian Research Council Discovery Project DP150101939: “Plasmonic-Semiconductor Chemical Sensors for Non-Invasive Medical Diagnostics”

    1. Major Equipment Committee ANU Grant: “Advancing multicomponent thin film fabrication capability for next generation multifunctional devices”

    1. Australian Research Council LIEF LE160100070: “Automated Fibre Braiding Facility for Multifunctional Structural Materials”

    1. ARC Discovery Project for "Plasmon-Mediated Activation of Surface Redox Reactions for Non-Invasive Medical Diagnostics"

    1. Discovery Translation Fund for "Transferable Highly Performing Nano-Coatings for Large Scale Production of Self-Cleaning and Super-Hydrophilic Surfaces"

    1. Major Equipment Committee ANU Grant for “Advanced Bio/Functional Characterization Facility”

    1. Future Engineering Research Leadership Fellowship, College of Engineering and Computer Science, Australian National University

    1. Swiss Competence Centre for Materials Science and Technology (CCMX) grant for “Structure-activity relationships of metal oxide nanoparticles based gas sensors for non-invasive medical diagnosis by time and surface-resolved XAS-IR”

    1. Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF) grant for “Tailored nanodetectors for early stage diagnosis of illnesses from the human breath”

 

       

 


   

 


 

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