ARC Nanotechnology Network

Distinguished Lecturer - Professor Richard Kaner

Professor Richard Kaner is from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). His current research focuses on novel synthetic routes to new materials including nanowires and nanofibres

Emeritus Prof Neville Fletcher, Prof Kaner and Prof Jagadish

During his visit to Australia, Professor Kaner gave a lecture on the topic Processable Polyaniline Nanofibres for Flash Welding, Sensors and Actuators at the following institutions:

  • University of New South Wales, Sydney
  • Macquarie University, Sydney
  • The Australian National University, Canberra
  • Monash University, Melbourne
  • University of Tasmania, Hobart
  • University of Queensland, Brisbane

Video Recording

A video recoding on CD of the lecture given by Professor Kaner at the Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, ANU Canberra, on Tuesday 21st February 2006, is now available.

If you would like a complimentary copy of the CD, please email your name and postal address

Full details of Prof Kaner's tour were as follows:

SYDNEY on Monday 20 February 2006
Location: UNSW,
Lecture Theatre L1, Ground Floor, Applied Science Bldg
Time: 11:00AM
Contact: Prof Burford Tel 02 93854308

Macquarie University,
Location: Macquarie University,
North Ryde-Building E6A,Room 102
Time: 3:00PM
Contact: Sallie Cortis Tel: 02 9850 8911

CANBERRA on Tuesday 21 February 2006
Location: Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering,
Leonard Huxley Theatre, ANU
Time: 11:00AM
Contact: Liz Micallef Tel; 02 61255952

MELBOURNE on Wednesday 22 February 2006
Location: Monash University
School of Chemistry, Bruce West Seminar Room
Contact: Glenda Oliver Tel: 03 9905 4507

HOBART on Friday 24 February 2006
Location: University of Tasmania, School of Chemistry, Lecture Theatre 329, Sandy Beach Campus
Time: 12.00PM
Contact: Dr Trevor Lewis Tel:03 6324 3826

BRISBANE on Monday 27 February 2006
Location: University of Queensland, Australian Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology,
Room 326, Parnell Building(7)
Time: 11:00AM
Contact: M.Vermeulen Tel: 07 334 62600