Allowing an artificial brain to attach meaning to what it’s seeing – all in real time
Alongside an international team including Swinburne and Monash universities, we demonstrated the world’s fastest and most powerful ‘brain-like’ processor on a chip smaller than a five-cent piece.
Ensuring a steady stream of photonics students in a $4.3 billion industry
We’re training next-gen photonics design students to keep up with the rate industry is requesting them.
Creating autonomous drones to monitor the health of railway infrastructure
While accurate positioning is a critical function in industries such as transport, infrastructure and space, current technical solutions are still too expensive, large or energy hungry.
Creating the world’s fastest internet on a single optical chip
COVID-19 placed immense pressure on the world’s data communications infrastructure as more people worked from home, demonstrating the need for faster internet speeds.
Detecting heart attacks before they happen with a tiny sensor
Heart attacks are the leading cause of death worldwide, with cardiovascular disease leading to more than 17.8 million deaths each year.