Jun Ki Hong starts his PhD with Anna Waterhouse and Chiara Neto.
Check out our new paper in collaboration with Uni Padova: water capture is more efficient using our patterned surfaces, obtained through the dewetting of sol-gel bilayers, Advanced Materials Interfaces @AdvSciNews https://goo.gl/C7apsd
Our mammoth paper “Ultralow surface energy self-assembled monolayers of iodo-perfluorinated alkanes on silica driven by halogen bonding” has been accepted by Nanoscale. It has been a long time coming, with lots of people contributing over the years, from USyd, ANSTO, UNSW, Flinders University, and Adolphe Merkle Institute. We are proud and looking forward to continuing …
Congratulations Liam Scarratt for a fantastic PhD thesis presentation “Wetting and liquid flow on lubricant infused nano- and micro-structured surfaces”.
End of year group lunch: we celebrate a great year for the group and wish everyone a great 2019.
Check out our new paper in collaboration with Felix Vuellers and Hendrik Hoelscher from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology: our superhydrophobic wrinkled surfaces remain dry for longer and are more robust than other surfaces to repeated immersions and contamination. https://goo.gl/WBb5wk free to download for a week.
The Neto group won both the first and second prize in the 2018 Sydney Nano Photo of the Year Competition. First Prize Winner Second Prize Winner
The NanoLens team explored visual experience and redefined what it means to look at the Vice Chancellor Recognition Reception, University of Sydney Quadrangle.
Zhenxu (Joseph) Yang is currently in his second year of his double degree: Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Biomedical Engineering) and Bachelor of Science (Advanced), majoring in Chemistry and Nanoscience & Nanotechnology. Joseph is interested in the fields of biophysics and synthetic biology. He was a member of the 2018 UsydBiomod team, DNAliens (https://usydbiomod.github.io/dnaliens/). Joseph joined the …
Mr Anthony Katselas, an undergraduate student in the Neto group successfully completed his Honours thesis. Anthony investigated the use of halogen bonding to develop a new family of self-assembled monolayers (SAM).