Realize your nano vision
The Nordic Nanolab Network (NNN) is a collaboration between the Nordic nanofabrication infrastructures Myfab, Danchip, VTT Micronova and NorFab. This autumn the leaders of the involved laboratories met at Säröhus outside Gothenburg.
Per Delsing and his team want to combine theoretical calculations with experiments on superconducting circuits to gain an understanding of how things fit together at the nano level.
Lund put its best foot forward when 250 European nano researchers gathered at Myfab's fourth user meeting in April. Enthralling speakers such as entrepreneur Lennart Ramberg and Danish professor Peter Böggild took turns.
Materials Researchers at Linköping University, Uppsala University¸ and Chalmers University of Technology, in collaboration with researchers at the Swiss Light Source (SLS), the Paul Scherrer Institute, investigated high-temperature superconductor, YBa2Cu3O7-x (YBCO), using advanced X-ray spectroscopy.
Ivan Maximov and Nils Nordell have been appointed as Research Infrastructure Fellows by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF). As fellows they receive funding of 15 MSEK each for a period of five years for their projects.

The International SiC Power Electronics Applications Workshop, ISiCPEAW 2015 will be held in Stockholm, May 27-28. ISiCPEAW 2015 is a three-day event, consisting of two workshop days (May 27 - 28), preceded by one tutorial day (May 26). The event will cover the latest results and innovations in power electronics applications of silicon carbide technology.

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Electrum Laboratory and Albanova Nanofab

Electrum Laboratory and Albanova Nanofabrication Facility are the two laboratories operated within the KTH node of Myfab – the Swedish research infrastructure for micro- and nanofabrication.

In Kista the Electrum Laboratory with a 1300 m2 cleanroom area and 1500 m2 additional laboratories is outstanding for fabrication and characterization in the nano and micro scale, supporting the whole chain from education, research and development, to prototyping and production.

At KTH Campus the Albanova Nanofabrication Facility has a 285 m2 cleanroom and 60 m2 additional laboratories. With focus on direct writing technology, the Albanova Nanolab is a flexible resource for basic research requiring nanofabrication and nanocharacterization with a wide variety of materials and substrate.

Both the laboratories maintain exciting meeting places for students, researchers, and entrepreneurs in different disciplines, ranging from fundamental science to mature technology. In this environment we offer you the chance to realize your ideas.


Our resources are available at open access:
-   A fully equipped cleanroom with complete and highly qualitative process lines for device research and manufacturing.
- A flexible cleanroom environment for materials and device oriented research and development.
-   World class characterization laboratories, providing an integrated in-depth understanding of materials, structures, and devices by combining relevant analysis techniques from our palette.
-   Sophisticated software for advanced calculations, simulation and design.


Our highly skilled staff is available for your projects
-   Process and development services
-   Commissioned research and development.
-   Prototyping and small scale production
-   Courses in process technology, characterization and cleanroom infrastructure.

Laboratory space

You may also rent detached laboratory space for your own specialized tools, and simultaneously gain access to our full range of services.
As part of the Myfab network access is offered to all the equipment within the network.


ISO 9001:2008 Quality standard

ISO 14001:2004 Environmental standard

The Electrum Laboratory is certified according to the international ISO 9001:2008 Quality Standard. The Electrum Laboratory is part of the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) which is certified according to the international ISO 14001 Environmental Standard.



Contact Information

Electrum Laboratory
KTH, The Royal Institute of
Stockholm, Sweden
Nils Nordell
+46 8 790 43 88

Thomas Swahn, Director
+46 31-772 46 76

Ångström Microstructure Laboratory 
Uppsala University
Uppsala, Sweden
Stefan Nygren
+46 18 471 3100

MC2 Nanofabrication Laboratory
Chalmers University of Technology
Göteborg, Sweden
Peter Modh
+46 31 772 1605