ADaPT researchers are already engaging strongly with national and international companies
A key feature of ADaPT is a hub and spoke model, with the Institute providing a hub for spokes within a range of industries, as well as virtual collaborators.
ADaPT will provide core design and prototyping facilities and services to industry, as well as industry co-location, showcasing and training opportunities.
ADaPT engages with industry in a number of ways:
- Contract research
- Grant-based partnerships
- Student projects
- Design, prototyping and manufacturing process optimisation
- Prototype development
- Testing & Analysis
State-of-the art facilities include Queensland's first medical grade printer
ADaPT (from 2021)
- Prominent location on Parklands Drive, opposite Light Rail
- approximately 9,000 GFA across 7 levels
- computer aided design (CAD) suites
- clean rooms for component assembly
- 3D scanning and fabrication including mixed metal printing
- other fabrication/post fabrication equipment and processing
- advanced materials fabrication and characterisation facilities
- industry training/event/showcase space
- dedicated industry research and production suites
News and Events
Research excellence recognised at Vice Chancellor’s Awards
Griffith University’s leading researchers have been recognised at the 2020 Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards.
Developing an energy efficient sensor network for real-time flood monitoring
Griffith University researchers have been awarded a $400,000 grant from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to develop a network of energy efficient smart sensors to help Vietnam combat flooding.
Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards nominees announced
Due to the impact of COVID-19, the Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards will be held virtually this year on September 15.
July 16, 2020
From humble hair to high-tech water sensor
Griffith University researchers have used human hair waste to develop sustainable organic hi-tech devices for water quality testing of contaminants.