Nihon Superior Centre for the Manufacture of Electronic Materials (NS CMEM)

The University of Queensland

The Nihon Superior Centre for the Manufacture of Electronic Materials brings world-class research capability to the manufacture of electronic materials. The centre specialises in the development of lead-free soldering and brazing alloys and the manufacture of materials for energy storage and transport materials including hydrogen storage and novel solid-state anode materials. The centre has a strong focus on commercially relevant and environmentally sustainable research.

Organisation type
  • University Research Centre
Number of research staff
Up to 20 research staff
Frank White Building (43), The University of Queensland, St Lucia QLD 4072

Facilities and major equipment

  • Tabletop SEM/EDS
  • Sputter coater (with Au, Ag, Pt targets)
  • MBraun UNIlab glovebox with oxygen and moisture monitoring
  • Manual purge glovebox
  • Reflow and Heratherm annealing ovens
  • Bridgeman furnace
  • Battery testing equipment
  • Coin cell assembly equipment
  • Durston double power mills and Turbula ball milling cell
  • Gravimetric hydrogen storage testing equipment

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