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The University of Sydney Molecular Electronics Group

The University of Sydney Molecular Electronics Group is engaged in research in single molecule electronics of a wide-ranging nature. It brings into particular focus work that has been proceeding in this general area in the School of Chemistry for a considerable time. Molecular Electronics is the ultimate form of Nanotechnology. In the area of information processing, single molecule electronics is the inevitable enabling technology for the essential next major step in computer architecture development. Concepts derived from it will also underpin revolutionary advances in post-silicon photovoltaic systems.

The group is located primarily in the School of Chemistry of The University of Sydney. Scanning Tunneling Microscope and associated measurements are carried out in a joint laboratory with the Electron Microscope Unit and in collaboration with laboratories in Japan, Denmark and the USA. A joint project with the University of Newcastle (Australia) commenced in 2005.

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School of Chemistry, Building F11, The University of Sydney,
NSW 2006, Australia
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