Search results for: silicon carbide

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16 February 2015
Dr Dzung Dao from Griffith's School of Engineering, in front of a computer

Research shows benefits of silicon carbide for sensors

Research led by Dr Dzung Dao from the School of Engineering is providing further evidence of the advantages of silicon carbide for sensor technology

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2 June 2014
VC Professor Ian O'Connor and President of SICC Materials Co Ltd, Mr Zong Yanmin

Agreement boosts silicon carbide potential

California has its Silicon Valley and Queensland could have a Silicon Carbide Coast. Speaking at the signing ceremony for an...

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16 August 2022
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16 June 2021

Partnership supports switch to energy efficient tech

A $1.3million research collaboration led by Griffith and Questsemi, supported by Semefab Scotland and the IMCRC is looking at manufacturing SiC Schottky diodes, a key element in many power conversion systems.

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24 November 2020
Griffith University researchers have developed nanometer thin, semiconducting material, made from a compound of silicon and carbon.

Griffith researchers develop long-term implantable electronics

Researchers have developed a new platform of long-lasting, flexible electronics for use in implantable devices such as deep brain stimulators and cardiac pacemakers.

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11 September 2020

Developing an energy efficient sensor network for real-time flood monitoring

Griffith University researchers have been awarded a $400,000 grant from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to develop a network of energy efficient smart sensors to help Vietnam combat flooding.

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8 November 2019
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5 November 2019
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16 August 2019
Silicon carbide devices on a wafer in the cleanroom facility at the QMNC.

Funding to maintain Queensland’s innovation in research

Griffith University’s Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre (QMNC) will share in $4.59 million in Queensland Government funding to build on...

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1 June 2017
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