part in the EUMINAfab workshop held on 14th September 2010 in Warsaw,
Poland. The session will be a satellite event to the E-MRS 2010 Fall meeting.
Workshop Participation is free of charge.
The aim of the workshop is to
present the services members of the EUMINAfab network can offer to SMEs and
researchers in the area of nanotechnology and nano-characterisation.
EUMINAfab is a European Research Infrastructure which seeks to address these challenges with the principles of open innovation.
The consortium of 10 partners offers no fee access, to 36 installations
representing over 70 technologies based at leading micro and nano fabrication
facilities across Europe. Accompanying the availability of equipment with an
investment value of over 200M€ are 40 technology experts ready to advise from
the first concept of a project idea.Users from European member and associated
states may gain access to one or several of the installations by completing a
simple application form which is subject to peer review. Costs of access are
covered by the project which is funded under the FP7 programme Capacities.
The series of talks will give an
across introduction to the technologies available, describe the workings of the
infrastructure and offer the opportunity for consultation with some of our
technology experts. Jorge Ramiro from Tekniker, Spain, will exemplify
technologies for optical and sensor applications provided by the partners of
the consortium and Frank Dirne form MiPlaza, Netherlands, will contrast direct
write with replication patterning technologies. More talks expect from Steffen
Scholz about Mastermaking technologies and Susan Anson (Coordinator) about EUMINAfab.
For venue and local information, please visit the E-MRS Fall Meeting web page.
Further details can be found on-line under www.euminafab.eu or by contact (User Office) thomas.schaller(a)kit.edu
Looking forward to seeing you in