Experimental production capabilities for quantum technologies in Europe. The project aims to develop and provide access to the first, federated European fabrication (production) capabilities for quantum technologies, building on and linking together existing infrastructures in Europe. 2023-2026
Technology platform for exploring novel concepts in semiconductor devices for quantum computing
Contribution to the application of single electron devices (SEDs) in miniaturized electronic systems with low energy consumption, through the development of new fabrication methods compatible with large-scale manufacturing to provide a “toolbox” that can be used in applications such as Internet of Things.
An integrated POC solution with a disposable Lab-on-a-Chip LOC for diagnosis and therapy monitoring of heart failure patients, through non-invasive assessment of HF biomarkers from saliva samples.
Production of extremely low-energy dissipation Single Electron Transistor quantum devices in the framework of CMOS technology for a straightforward integration into industrial processes.
Industrialized fabrication of plastic injection molded surfaces with advanced features due to the micro / nano surface texture and the integration of printed sheets with electronic functionality.
Extension of the state-of-the art in the integration of non-CMOS devices into CMOS circuits by generating new manufacturability methods and nanodevice concepts, specifically for nanomechanical resonators.
Multi-stakeholder Heart Failure patient-centered mHealth ecosystem for the health status monitoring towards innovative and non-invasive breath and saliva sensors.
Pilot Line For Self Assembly Copolymer Delivery (PLACYD) project establishes a dedicated material manufacturing facility allowing the production of block copolymers meeting the standards for using in industry.
Single Nanometer Manufacturing for beyond CMOS devices. Pushing nano-manufacturing down the single nanometer digit regime and developing methods for precise generation and integration at the nanoscale.
Computational Lithography for Directed Self-Assembly: Materials, Models and Processes. Bridging the gap between the multifaceted research activities on DSA and the integration in future processes and design flows.
Automated in-line Metrology for Nanoscale Production. Combining measuring techniques developed in nanoscience with novel control techniques from mechatronics and procedures from traceable metrology.
Development of micro/nano-electromechanical devices (cantilevers with electrical readout) and their application to a new high-sensitivity method for biomolecular (typically protein) detection.
2012 – 2014
Nanoscience foundries and fine analysis (NFFA) european project sets out a platform to carry out comprehensive projects for multidisciplinary research at the nanoscale.