The Sydney Nanoscience Hub is purpose-built to explore the nature of matter, design new technologies and engineer them in some of the best cleanroom and nanofabrication facilities in the world.
The building, labs and fabrication facilities are designed to enable the precise measurements needed to access exotic phenomena on the nanoscale.
The building features more than 25 laboratory modules with different performance grades, and housing academic research groups.
In our highest-precision laboratories, a combination of controls on temperature, air pressure, mechanical vibrations, and electromagnetic interference makes these spaces among the most tightly controlled anywhere in the world.
Special design features include:
The laboratories and research facilities in the Sydney Nanoscience Hub a top recruitment and retention tool for the world’s best academic researchers.
Frontier research in quantum science and nanophotonics
The Sydney Nanoscience Hub houses six research labs: the Eggleton Laboratory, the Quantum Nanoscience Laboratory, the Quantum Control Laboratory, the Integrated Microwave Photonic Laboratory, and the Thin-film optoelectronics and photovoltaics (TOP) materials and devices Laboratory.