EUMINAfab, the first European open access facility for micro- and nanofabrication and characterisation, provides researchers from academy and industry to study and process a variety of functional materials. 7 partner institutions offer no fee access to 36 installations for applicants from EU-member states. The third call for proposals is open from 1st September 2010.
Researchers can apply for free of charge use of more than 75 processes in micro and nano structuring, thin film deposition, replication and characterization, covering a wide range of materials. In order to address complex tasks, several installations even at different partner sites can be combined. Interested parties may consult EUMINAfab’s technology experts to discuss their ideas.
Successful applicants in our past calls have already started work. They are doing research in the micro and nano scale for application in fields as physics, electronics, semiconductor and medicine. The EUMINAfab partners are very much looking forward to another set of challenging proposals in this round.
For Information on technologies available and contact details please visit www.euminafab.eu.
Our new Regional Consultancy booklet and revised user guidelines are available for Download.
This autumn we are out and about across Europe and available for free consultancy about no fee access to our
Please keep a look out for us at any of these events:
7-9th September Industrial Technologies 2010 Conference in Brussels
13-16th September MOTEK 2010 - the leading event for Assembly and Handling Technology, and Automation in Stuttgart
30th September presentation at Micronora in Besançon
19-22nd September MNE 2010 in Genoa
19-21st October SEMICON Europa in Dresden
19-20th October MM Live in Coventry