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Professor Michael Fuhrer

Monash tackles global energy challenges with new ARC Centre of Excellence

Monash University has been awarded $33.4 million by the Australian Research Council (ARC) for the establishment of The ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies.

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(L-R) Professor Dan Li and Professor Michael Fuhrer

New centre for innovative materials research and design launches

The first collaborative centre of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, connecting atomically thin materials research excellence, design and industry, was launched on 26 October at Monash University. The new...

(L-R) Professor Dan Li and Professor Michael Fuhrer

New centre for innovative materials research and design launches

The first collaborative centre of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, connecting atomically thin materials research excellence, design and industry, launches today at Monash University. The new centre offers new...

MCATM Co-Director Professor Dan Li (Faculty of Engineering) and Director Professor Michael S. Fuhrer (Faculty of Science).

Monash Centre for Atomically Thin Materials established

A ground-breaking new centre at Monash is set to take materials research to a new level of granularity. The Monash Centre for Atomically Thin Materials (MCATM) is a joint collaboration...

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Monash secures over $27 million in ARC funding

Professor Michael Fuhrer, from the School of Physics, will receive the largest Discovery Projects grant given to a Monash researcher. ... Professor Fuhrer’s $744, 300 grant will lead to new electronically and optically accessibly information storage

Michael Fuhrer

Looking at the future through graphene goggles

by Michael Fuhrer Graphene – an atom-thick sheet of carbon – has been touted as a new wonder material: it is stronger than steel and conducts electricity better than copper....

Michael Fuhrer

Looking at the future through graphene goggles

by Michael Fuhrer Graphene – an atom-thick sheet of carbon – has been touted as a new wonder material: it is stronger than steel and conducts electricity better than copper....

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Light detector to revolutionise night vision technology

Researchers have developed a light detector that could revolutionise chemical sensing and night vision technology. In the latest issue of Nature Nanotechnology, the team of researchers at Monash University,...

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