International Conference on
Industrial Processes for Nanomaterials
Cambridge, UK: 1st July 2014


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The Nanoscience Centre

On Monday 30th June, delegates will have the opportunity to tour The Nanoscience Centre, Cambridge University’s nanofabrication and characterisation facility.

The Centre provides open access to over 300 researchers from a variety of University Departments to the nanofabrication and characterisation facilities housed in a combination of Clean Rooms and low noise laboratories.

The Centre’s facilities include a cleanroom facility, equipped with state-of-the-art high-resolution e-beam, photo and nanoimprint lithography equipment to either directly define structures, or to create master-stamps for nanoimprint replications. They also have an FEI 200 ion-mill tool to create individual prototypes, and a fully equipped materials deposition line, along with exposure, and etch capabilities and a fully equipped analytical laboratory with SEM + EDX and Focussed Ion Beam for cross-sectioning. They use a probe station and scanning probe microscopes to electrically and mechanically characterize devices.

The Nanoscience Centre’s cleanroom facility is available to industrial partners as well as academics. The main lithography area is class 100 and the rest of the cleanroom is divided into three class 10,000 areas.

Champagne Punt Tour

Gain an insight into the history of Cambridge and its university and discover how the city has evolved from medieval market town to its position today as a world-famous center of academic excellence. Network with your peers in a relaxed atmosphere, whilst absorbing the spectacular views along the famous College Backs; from the gothic splendor of King’s College, to the classical elegance of Clare College, the punt tour is a must for those who wish to make the most of their visit to Cambridge.

The punt tour offers a perfect welcome to the conference, and introduction to your peers. The tour will take place on Monday 30th June at 4pm, departing and returning to the venues back garden. A welcome drink will be provided on the boats.

Register your interest early as places are limited (and must be reserved in advance).



For more information about the conference please contact: 

Christina Glenister 
Conference Organiser

email: confx8@bhrgroup.co.uk
Telephone: +44(0) 7887 753 192


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