Research centres


Explore our research centres

Woodside Innovation Centre

The Woodside Innovation Centre at Monash, which forms part of Woodside’s FutureLab network, is a transformational hub for technological innovation located at Monash University’s Clayton campus. With this relationship, Woodside and Monash will work together to focus on integrating rapid prototyping, advanced materials and information technology across all operations.

MCAMMonash Centre for Additive Manufacturing

The Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing takes fundamental research from a broad range of disciplines and applies them to manufacturing

MCEM BuildingMonash Centre for Electron Microscopy

The Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy is a central university research facility that performs first-class research in electron microscopy.

Monash X-Ray Platform

The Monash X-ray Analytical Platform characterises natural and novel materials using three complementary techniques: environmental powder X-ray diffraction, small angle X-ray scattering, and X-ray texture analysis.

Centre of Excellence for Exciton Science

The Centre of Excellence for Exciton Science is an ARC-funded collaboration between Australian universities, international entities and industry aimed at finding new approaches to manipulate the absorption, transportation and transformation of light energy via advanced molecular materials.

Baosteel Australia Joint Research and Development Centre

The Baosteel-Australia Joint Research and Development Centre is a world-first joint venture between Baosteel and four leading Australian universities, The University of Queensland, The University of New South Wales, Monash University and the University of Wollongong

BASF Technical Centre

At BASF, we create chemistry for a sustainable future. We combine economic success with environmental protection and social responsibility. Through science and innovation we enable our customers in nearly every industry to meet the current and future needs of society.

FLEET LogoARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies (FLEET)

FLEET addresses a grand challenge: reducing the energy used in information technology (IT).

ACES LogoARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES)

The Federal Government funded ACES through the Australian Research Council in 2014 to turn our knowledge of materials into the next generation of ‘smart devices’ for the benefit of the community.

VIOSCCVictorian Organic Solar Cell Consortium

The Victorian Organic Solar Cell Consortium is a collaboration between academia and industry, which is aiming to produce prototype organic solar cells printed on plastic.