ARC Centre of Excellence: Centre for Antimatter-Matter Studies

  • Buckman, Stephen (PI)
  • Bartschat, Klaus R (CoI)
  • Bastow, Timothy (CoI)
  • Bray, Igor (CoI)
  • Brunger, Michael J (CoI)
  • Burrow, Paul (CoI)
  • Fursa, Dmitry (CoI)
  • Hill, Anita (CoI)
  • Koller, Hubert (CoI)
  • Lohmann, Birgit (CoI)
  • Lower, Julian (CoI)
  • Marler, Joan P (CoI)
  • Mason, Nigel John (CoI)
  • McCurdy, Clyde (CoI)
  • McEachran, Robert (CoI)
  • Nagai, Yasuyoshi (CoI)
  • Orel, Ann (CoI)
  • Pas, Steven (CoI)
  • Rescigno, Thomas Nicola (CoI)
  • Samarin, Sergey (CoI)
  • Smith, Suzanne (CoI)
  • Stelbovics, Andris (CoI)
  • Sullivan, James (CoI)
  • Surko, Clifford M (CoI)
  • Teubner, Peter J (CoI)
  • Vance, Lou (CoI)
  • Williams, J.F (CoI)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    The Centre of Excellence in Antimatter-Matter Studies (CAMS) will develop tools and techniques to lead Australia into a new and exciting area of research in the physical, chemical and biological sciences. Pre-eminent Australian and international scientists will explore antimatter-matter interactions, in fundamental and applied fields, so that Australia maintains an international role in this emerging field. All particles have anti-particles of which the most abundant is the positron, the electron's antiparticle. The positron is the "workshop" for most anti-matter studies and we shall use it to characterize nanoscale materials, including gases, polymers, insulators, thin films and surfaces, and to develop novel, nanostructured materials.
    Effective start/end date1/07/0531/12/14


    • Australian Research Council (ARC): A$11,550,000.00
    • Australian National University (ANU): A$1,000,000.00
    • Flinders University: A$300,000.00
    • University of Western Australia (UWA): A$425,000.00
    • Murdoch University: A$643,000.00
    • Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organisation (ANSTO): A$275,000.00


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