The first Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal (FLC) cell has been assembled by Zedelef in the clean room of the Australian Nano Fabrication Facility (ANFF). The picture shows two images taken under a polarising microscope: on the right, the FLC in our cell is very well aligned and it can be used in electro-optical devices; on the[…]
Zedelef Pty Ltd has signed an agreement with the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) to move the production of its transducers to the NSW node of ANFF. Starting in 2014, Zedelef will rent lab space in one of ANFF’s clean rooms located at the University of New South Wales. By the end of January, the[…]
Zedelef gets the cover image on the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications website. Read the full article, “Sensor start-up stays in Australia”, here.
Paul Sharman joined Zedelef’s founders team as the seed investor.
Zedelef has been awarded the “Skills and Knowledge” grant by Commercialisation Australia. The $50k funding will be used to develop strategic partnerships.
Zedelef has been featured in “Australian IT”, the technology section of “The Australian”. Check it out the original article here or have a look at the pdf version (Zedelef – Australian IT).
Zedelef has been awarded a Linkage Grant by the Australian Research Council (ARC) for a joint project with Thales, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and UNSW. The project “Liquid crystal-based optical fibre hydrophone system for underwater surveillance and ocean monitoring” will receive $320k in 3 years.
Z. Brodzeli, L. Silvestri and F. Ladouceur were awarded the first prize for the category “Early Stage Innovation”.