ENRIS 2025 – welcome to Bologna

May 23, 2023

The historical city of Bologna will host ENRIS 2025. ENRIS will be jointly organised by It-fab, the Italian Network of Nano- and Microfabricatrion under the leadership of Vittorio Morandi and Lorenza Ferrario.

ENRIS (European Symposium on Nanofabrication Research Infrastructure) is a biannual international symposium on nanofabrication cleanroom operation, management and user training, organised every two years by the European consortium EURONANOLAB (euronanolab.eu). It was held in Trondheim (NO) in 2017, Enschede (NL) in 2019 and Paris (FR) in 2023.

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