EuroNanoLab, is a collaborative network formed by the research infrastructures for micro- and nanofabrication of Denmark (DTU Danhip), France (RENATECH), the Netherlands (NanoLab NL), Norway (NorFab), Germany (KIT), Sweden (Myfab), Czech Republic (CEITEC), and Portugal (International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory). The research infrastructures within EuroNanoLab apply user-fee based open-access to tools, processes and services for users from academy and industry.

1st European Nanofabrication Research Infrastructure Symposium - ENRIS 2017

The 1st European conference on cleanroom operation, management and user training took place in Trondheim on May 8 – 9, 2017. The meeting was initiated with an organ concert in the Nidaros Cathedral, hosted by Trondheim municipality, followed by a welcome reception. The following one-and-a-half day program included presentations on the following topics: National infrastructures for nanostructuring

• Sustainability
• Laboratory information systems 
• Financing models and pricing 
• Efficiency 
• Community interaction/innovation

In addition, guided visits to NTNU NanoLab were arranged. All together, 122 leaders and experts from 38 cleanroom infrastructures and 13 companies, from 20 countries participated at the meeting and the commercial exhibition. ENRIS 2017 was organized by the Nordic Nanolab Network in cooperation with EuroNanoLab. The next ENRIS will take place in 2019 at the University of Twente, The Netherlands.

Presentations at ENRIS available here for participants (requires login).

Participants at ENRIS 2017. Photo: Per Henning/NTNU.

We would also like to thank the following exhibitors for support to both ENRIS and NNUM:

• STS-Elionix
• Low2High Vacuum AB
• Oxford Instruments Nordiska AB
• Blue Scientific Ltd
• Agilent Technologies, Ilab Operation Software
• Kompauto Norway As
• Thermo Fisher Scientific
• Vakuum-service As
• Nanoscribe GmbH
• Polyteknik AS
• SwissLitho AG
• Raith Gmbh
• Heidelberg Instruments Mikrotechnik GmbH