In collaboration with researchers from the MicroNano Research Facility (MNRF), a team led by CUDOS Node Director Prof. Arnan Mitchell achieved a nanotechnology breakthrough.
Researchers have revealed a new laser technique to produce surface acoustic waves on a piezoelectric chip more easily and efficiently. As a result, it is now possible to directly write with a laser onto the chip and create surface acoustic waves without requiring any complex and expensive fabrication steps.
The research came out of the CUDOS’ Flagship project Hybrid Integration and is a collaboration between teams led by CUDOS Node Director Prof. Arnan Mitchell and MNRF Director Prof. James Friend.
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