EUMINAfab, the first European infrastructure for micro-and nanofabrication and characterization, launched the second call for proposals.

Eight partner sites across Europe offer no fee access to 36 installations with specialist technologies in micro and nano structuring, thin film deposition, replication and characterization, covering a wide range of materials. Several installations even at different partner sites can also be combined to address complex tasks.

Successful applicants in our first call have already started work and we are very much looking forward to another set of challenging proposals in this round.

Information on the individual technologies available and contact details of our technology experts and user office are available under Meet EUMINAfab partners at events like the 4M Conference in France. Find more information on trade shows and conferences, where you can meet EUMINAfab on the website.

EUMINAfab 2nd call for open no fee access.pdf

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