Swinburne University of Technology is an internationally recognised research-intensive university with a growing reputation. From bio-tech and software development to advanced engineering, science, social science and environmental research, Swinburne is committed to a multidisciplinary approach to research, innovation and product development. By encouraging cross-faculty and research centre collaborations as well as partnerships with industry and other organisations, Swinburne delivers innovative, commercially viable solutions to real world problems.
Flinders University is committed to making a difference, aligning research in areas of priority to help people lead healthier, more fulfilling lives. Our mission is “Changing lives and changing the world” and we are dedicated to realising impact from our research and education endeavours. Our multidisciplinary and collaborative approach between engineering, health sciences, nursing, social sciences and digital health, ensures Flinders has the expertise and capabilities to deliver innovative solutions for the medical and allied health sectors.
ANFF-VIC is one of eight Nodes of ANFF, a national network of open-access micro- and nano-fabrication capabilities.
ANFF-VIC enables research by providing open-access to specialist equipment through either process training, direct access, or fee-for-service production.
The Node offers capabilities at six Victorian universities and the ISO 9001-certified Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN). The MCN alone houses more than 100 cutting-edge capabilities, 20 dedicated process engineers and both Class 100 and Class 10,000 cleanrooms.