CTI-Nano integrates the Brazilian National System of Laboratories in Nanotechnologies (SisNano 2.0) as strategic laboratory offering its facilities to public and private users for R&D and innovation activies in nanotechnologies.
CTI-Nano is organized as arrangement of three key open laboratories (LAmina, LAimage and LApacs) and five other supporting laboratories, maintaining multiuser model. CTI-Nano is capable of supporting R&D projects in electronic and photonic nano-devices, covering design, fabrication, encapsulation and electrooptic characterization steps.
Research lines developed and supported by CTI-Nano are based on Key Enabling Technologies (KET) aiming applicatons in Industry 4.0 and Advanced Health.
Missile IR Sensor
Quantum Dot PL Detection
In situ and in operando nanocharacterization
Carbon Nanotubes Emission
CNT-Coated Conductive Yam