The Laboratory of Micro and Nanofabrication (LMN) is a world-class laboratory specializing in the synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials and the design and development of nanodevices for photonics, electronics, and biomedical engineering.
Atomic force microscope (AFM), XE-150 (Park Systems)
Scanning electron microscope (SEM), Tescan Vega3 LMH
Scanning electron microscope (SEM), Jeol JSM-7401F
Optical microscope, Nikon Eclipse L200
Profilometer, Ambios XP2
Nanodevices – Optical characterization:
Electro-optical characterization equipment
Optical pulse shaping and characterization equipment
Linear and nonlinear characterization equipment for nanophotonic devices
Ellipsometer, J.A. Woolam M-2000
Ellipsometer, J.A. Woolam VVASE
Prism coupler, Metricon 2010/M
Nanodevices – Electrical Characterization:
Probe station, Alessi 4500
Probe station, Cascades Summit 11000
All tools are available to the scientific community, whether for use in academic projects or under contract to private industry. Staff can also carry out projects involving different steps and processes.
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The LMN provides an opportunity to explore new areas of research in nanotechnology, with scientific and technological contributions in the biomedical, aerospace, and intelligent transportation industries. In particular, it facilitates the production of advanced prototypes in the fields of microelectronics, radio-frequency electronics, and photonics for future telecommunications systems.