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17.08.23
The movie 'Zero point energy' a part of Kerstin Hamiltons project 'Nanosocieties and Beyond' is now available in full length. The film was recorded in MC2 Nanofabrication Laboratory at Chalmers in 2016.
17.06.09

The 1st European conference on cleanroom operation, management and user training took place in Trondheim on May 8 – 9, 2017. The meeting was arranged by the Nordic Nanolab Network and Euronanolab.

17.02.20

Acreo has just uploaded a video about our lab demo on an asymmetrical FSO communication link on Acreo’s YouTube channel. We mentioned in the video that the modulators are produced at Electrum clean-room facility cooperated by KTH and Acreo.

https://youtu.be/I5Gyw9dMtCA

In addition, our modulator technology platform has been reported by local newspaper, Elektrotidningen recently. We also claimed the modulators and arrays are fabricated at Electrum clean-room.

http://etn.se/index.php/63181?via=n&knapp=lasmer

17.01.18

The European Commission will invest 15 million Euro in the Centre of Excellence (CAMART2) of the Institute of Solid State Physics of the University of Latvia.

The project CAMART2 (Excellence Centre of of Advanced Material Research and Technology Transfer) from Latvia was ranked as the 5th best project.

CAMART2 is based on collaboration between ISSP UL, KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) – the largest technical university in Sweden, and Acreo Swedish ICT (Acreo) – the Swedish research institute for microelectronics and optics.

The European Commission has granted 15 million Euro for the development of the Centre of Excellence during the next seven years.

16.05.09

Undrar du vad ljus egentligen består av? Eller vad elektroner är för något? Vill du veta hur ljus och elektroner kan förändra världen? Eller vill du bara testa en infraröd kamera? Då välkomnar Swedish ICT och KTH dig på öppet hus i fotonik och elektronik!

Date/time: Wednesday, June 1, 2016, 17:30 to 19:30

För information samt registrering se

https://www.acreo.se/events/upptack-ljus-och-elektroner

 

15.12.16
Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have for the first time reported the electrical detection of spin current on topological insulator surfaces at room temperature by employing a ferromagnetic detector.

Lund Nano Lab

The Lund Nano Lab (LNL), which is run by the Division of Solid State Physics, is a cleanroom facility with a world-class expertise in epitaxial growth and processing of semiconductor nanowires. The laboratory is one of the essential resources for NanoLund researchers, but it is open for other academic and industrial users. The LNL staff supports its customers with the cleanroom and safety training, equipment support and technology development. The laboratory is actively used in several courses for undergraduate and graduate students thus linking education with fundamental/applied research and industry.

Contact Info

Lund Nano Lab
Lund University
Lund, Sweden
Ivan Maximov
+46 46 222 3185


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Thomas Swahn, Director
+46 46-222 3185

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

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

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