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Karlsruhe Nano Micro Facility
KIT-Campus North

Building 440

H.-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1

76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany

 

phone: +49(721)608-23123

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Deadline: June 15, 2019, 23:59:59 CEST
22nd call open

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Technology Update

March 2019

Thin Film Technologies (TFT) and Thin Film Characterization Methods (TFC) have been removed from the KNMF portfolio and cannot be requested for new proposals. All ongoing work on accepted proposals will be completed until mid 2019. We appreciate the contributions of Dr. Harald Leiste to KNMF in the past ten years. In case of particular importance of thin film development for you please contact Dr. Michael Stüber (Institute for Applied Materials - Applied Materials Physics). Please contact the User Office for any questions or support. Thank you.

Five Steps to Success

1. Contact the expert(s)
2. Submit your proposal
3. Await peer review
4. Start your project
5. Publish your results

Welcome to Karlsruhe Nano Micro Facility (KNMF)

KNMF is a high-tech platform for structuring and characterizing a multitude of functional materials at the micro- and nanoscale.

The Karlsruhe Nano Micro Facility (KNMF) offers access to a uniquely complete set of fabrication and characterization technologies. External users from academia and industry, either national or international, can apply for open and – if the results are published – free access. Annual deadlines for the submission of proposals are January 15 and June 15. Applications for urgent and commercial projects can be submitted at any time (proposal submission). The highly qualified KNMF staff will guide users through the relevant processes and techniques to address their processing goals and characterization needs. KNMF encourages the early discussion of planned projects and scientific goals and is open for long-term collaborations.

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Technology Update (TFT/TFC)

March 2019

Thin Film Technologies (TFT) and Thin Film Characterization Methods (TFC) have been removed from the KNMF portfolio and cannot be requested for new proposals. All ongoing work on accepted proposals will be completed until mid 2019. We appreciate the contributions of Dr. Harald Leiste to KNMF in the past ten years. In case of particular importance of thin film development for you please contact Dr. Michael Stüber (Institute for Applied Materials - Applied Materials Physics). Please contact the User Office for any questions or support. Thank you.