DIAMOND MEMBRANES FOR ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
Grant number: LP160101515 | Funding period: 2017 - 2020
This project aims to unlock the potential of diamond membrane devices in research and industry, by enabling the scalable manufacture of high quality diamond membrane samples. These will be packaged in a form that is easily transportable and with properties that are optimizable and functional for a variety of end-users. This project will allow the distribution of high quality base material to the academic and start-up markets. The expected outcome includes the development of products in healthcare and security such as infra-red frequency combs for gas-based chemical sensing and nanopore devices for new DNA sequencers.
Related publications (10)
Telecommunication-wavelength two-dimensional photonic crystal cavities in a thin single-crystal diamond membrane
K Kuruma, AH Piracha, D Renaud, C Chia, N Sinclair, A Nadarajah, A Stacey, S Prawer, M Lončar
We demonstrate two-dimensional photonic crystal cavities operating at telecommunication wavelengths in a single-crystal diamond me..
Infrared erbium photoluminescence enhancement in silicon carbide nano-pillars
RA Parker, N Dontschuk, S- Sato, CT-K Lew, P Reineck, A Nadarajah, T Ohshima, BC Gibson, S Castelletto, JC McCallum, BC Johnson
Color centers that emit light at telecommunication wavelengths are promising candidates for future quantum technologies. A pressin..
Enhanced electrochemical capacitance of nitrogen-doped ultrananocrystalline diamond through oxygen treatment
Samira Falahatdoost, Andre Chambers, Alastair Stacey, Hassan N Al Hashem, Athavan Nadarajah, Steven Prawer, Arman Ahnood
The electrochemical capacitance of nitrogen-doped ultrananocrystalline diamond (N-UNCD) can be dramatically increased by treating ..
Comparison of different methods of nitrogen-vacancy layer formation in diamond for wide-field quantum microscopy
AJ Healey, A Stacey, BC Johnson, DA Broadway, T Teraji, DA Simpson, J-P Tetienne, LCL Hollenberg
Thin layers of near-surface nitrogen-vacancy (NV) defects in diamond substrates are the workhorse of NV-based wide-field magnetic ..
High Fidelity Bidirectional Neural Interfacing with Carbon Fiber Microelectrodes Coated with Boron-Doped Carbon Nanowalls: An Acute Study
Maryam A Hejazi, Wei Tong, Alastair Stacey, Shi H Sun, Molis Yunzab, Ali Almasi, Young Jun Jung, Hamish Meffin, Kate Fox, Khatereh Edalati, Athavan Nadarajah, Steven Prawer, Michael R Ibbotson, David J Garrett
Implantable electrodes that can communicate with a small, selective group of neurons via both neural stimulation and recording are..
Cryogenic platform for coupling color centers in diamond membranes to a fiber-based microcavity
M Salz, Y Herrmann, A Nadarajah, A Stahl, M Hettrich, A Stacey, S Prawer, D Hunger, F Schmidt-Kaler
We operate a fiber-based cavity with an inserted diamond membrane containing ensembles of silicon vacancy centers (SiV-) at cryoge..
MoO3 induces p-type surface conductivity by surface transfer doping in diamond
Kaijian Xing, Yang Xiang, Ming Jiang, Daniel L Creedon, Golrokh Akhgar, Steve A Yianni, Haiyan Xiao, Lothar Ley, Alastair Stacey, Jeffrey C McCallum, Serge Zhuiykov, Christopher Pakes, Dong-Chen Qi
Surface transfer doping of diamond using high electron affinity transition metal oxides (TMOs), such as MoO3, has emerged as a key..
Enhanced Widefield Quantum Sensing with Nitrogen-Vacancy Ensembles Using Diamond Nanopillar Arrays
Daniel J McCloskey, Nikolai Dontschuk, David A Broadway, Athavan Nadarajah, Alastair Stacey, Jean-Philippe Tetienne, Lloyd CL Hollenberg, Steven Prawer, David A Simpson
Surface micro- and nano-patterning techniques are often employed to enhance the optical interface to single photoluminescent emitt..
Hybrid diamond/ carbon fiber microelectrodes enable multimodal electrical/chemical neural interfacing
Maryam A Hejazi, Wei Tong, Alastair Stacey, Artemio Soto-Breceda, Michael R Ibbotson, Molis Yunzab, Matias I Maturana, Ali Almasi, Young Jun Jung, Shi Sun, Hamish Meffin, Jian Fang, Melanie EM Stamp, Kumaravelu Ganesan, Kate Fox, Aaqil Rifai, Athavan Nadarajah, Samira Falahatdoost, Steven Prawer, Nicholas V Apollo
Implantable medical devices are now in regular use to treat or ameliorate medical conditions, including movement disorders, chroni..