The Karlsruhe Nano Micro Facility (KNMF) is focused on providing open and for public work free access to multimaterial state-of-the-art micro and nanotechnologies for users from industry and academia, either national or international. Annual deadlines for the submission of proposals are January 15 and June 30. Applications for urgent and commercial projects can be submitted at any time (» submission).
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Cobalt induced C-H bond activation and C8-arylation of caffeine with aryl bromidesInorganic Chemistry Communications 30, April 2013, 139–142
The article "Near- and off-resonant optical limiting properties of gold–silver alloy nanoparticles for intense nanosecond laser pulses" by Stefanie Dengler, Christian Kübel, Andreas Schwenke, Gunnar Ritt and Bernd Eberle has been selected by the editors of Journal of Optics for inclusion in the exclusive Highlights of 2012 collection. Papers are chosen on the basis of referee endorsement, novelty, scientific impact and broadness of appeal. The article includes the results of a proposal conducted at KNMF.Stefanie Dengler et al 2012 J. Opt. 14 075203
September 16-20, 2013
KNMF together with the Infrastructure projects EUMINAfab, Qnano and H2FC, and partners of Nanoforce is organizing a symposium to highlight the advances and opportunities created by open access to cutting edge facilities and expertise, so it will be an ideal opportunity to present results gained at KNMF. Abstract submission will be open shortly. We would very much like to encourage you to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation.