NEW DISTRIBUTED RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE
Making the future of Micro and Nanofabrication a reality
9 – 12 APRIL, 2024
University of Twente, Enschede
The EuroNanoLab distributed research infrastructure is pleased to invite you to the EuroNanoLab Experts School: Dry Etching, which represents the next step in the evolution of the EuroNanoLab consortium for strengthening the four main pillars on which it was built.
15 – 17 MAY, Paris Saclay – France
International symposium on nanofabrication cleanroom operation, management and user training, organised every two years by the European consortium EURONANOLAB. The 3rd edition, ENRIS 2023, is organised in Paris-Saclay (FR) by the C2N laboratory – a member of the French network of academic cleanrooms RENATECH.
Presentations and posters now available!
Enhance excellence by building superior processing competence.
Accelerate Research by process exchange and single-access point to nanofabrication RI and expertise.
Share competences by defining European standards in cleanroom procedures.
Strengthening cooperation by building an alliance between scientist and nanofabrication experts.
EuroNanoLab is a new distributed research infrastructure consisting of over 40 state-of-the-art academic nanofabrication centers across Europe. Its main vision is to accelerate research in the micro- and nanotechnology sector by enabling the transformation of a fragmented landscape of nanofabrication facilities into an integrated knowledge base supporting scientific excellence and providing researchers a fast-track to results.
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EuroNanoLab (ENL) provides a Nanofabrication (NF) service for low TRL research. Cleanrooms belonging to ENL:
- are open to any kind of External User, from universities or companies
- offer the same service for Internal Users or External Users
EuroNanoLab was created to provide a single point of access to the know-how of many European cleanrooms.