(represented by CNRS)
Being the French Nanotechnology National NF facility consortium affiliated to CNRS and encompassing IEMN (Lille), C2N (Paris – Saclay), FEMTO-ST (Besançon), LTM (Grenoble) and LAAS (Toulouse).
Contact person: Michel de Labachelerie
(represented by Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
Being the Norwegian National Research infrastructure for NF encompassing NTNU NanoLab (Trondheim), MiNaLab UoO (Oslo), HSN MSTlab (Horten) and SINTEF MiNaLab (Oslo). The cleanroom infrastructure has all together about 550 users and offers 2300 m2 cleanroom space.
Contact person: Kay Gastinger
(represented by NanoLabNL)
Being the Dutch national facility for nanotechnological research consisting of 7 cleanroom infrastructures at 5 locations (MESA+ NanoLab in Twente, Kavli NanoLab, Else Kooi Lab and TNO NanoLab in Delft, NanoLab@TU/e in Eindhoven, Zernike Nanolab in Groningen and AMOLF NanoLab in Amsterdam).
Contact person: Melvin Kasanrokijat
(represented by Chalmers University of Technology)
Being the Swedish National Research Infrastructure for micro and nanofabrication encompassing Chalmers MC2 Nanofabrication Laboratory (Gothenburg), KTH Electrum Laboratory (Stockholm), Ångström Microstructure Laboratory (Uppsala) and Lund Nano Lab offering 700 tools in total 5400 m2 cleanroom space to 850 users from academy (80%) and from industry (100 companies).
Contact person: Thomas Swahn
(represented by Brno University of Technology)
Is the largest cleanroom nanocentre in the Czech Republic. It is acknowledged by the Czech Ministry as Large Infrastructure for Research, Experimental Development and Innovation and situated in Brno. The CEITEC Nano consists of more than 1.500 m2 of class 100 - 100.000 cleanroom.
Contact person: Michal Urbánek
(represented by Department of Physical Sciences and Technology of Matter – DSFTM)
Being the largest public research institution in Italy, which holds the largest ensemble cutting-edge micro and nanofabrication facilities for the manufacture of microelectronic devices and microsystems for both industrial and research purposes. The integrated micro/nanofabrication facilities include more than 200 equipment in about 2200 m2 of clean-rooms, located mainly at IMM (http://www.imm.cnr.it) and NANOTECH (http://nanotec.cnr.it) institutes.
Contact person: Vittorio Morandi
(represented by International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory)
Was created under an international legal framework and is the first and only International Intergovernmental Organisation in the world entirely focused on Nanosciences and Nanotechnology. INL offers 1,000 m² of cleanroom space.
Contact person: Paula Galvão and Pedro Carneiro