EuroNanoLab Onboarding webinar for new partners

Mar 1, 2024

We would like to invite you to the EuroNanoLab Onboarding Webinar for new partners.

The agenda includes:

  • Introduction of EuroNanolab
  • EuroNanoLab plan of activities 2024
  • Introduction of the EuroNanoLab Expert Groups (Dry Etch, Lithography, Data Management, Training)
  • Benchmarking exercise
  • Other topics

The webinar will take place on March 19, 14:00-16:00 CET on ZOOM.

Anyone from the current partner cleanrooms who would like to learn more about EuroNanoLab activities is welcome to join. The recording from the webinar will be saved for future internal use.

If you are interested in joining the webinar, please contact info@euronanolab.eu

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