Micro and Nanofabrication open lab

LAmina occupies about 400 m² of renewed 10.000 class clean-room facilities allowing to carry out processes of direct laser writting for lithography masks, replication of masks by contact lithography, auxilary microfabrication steps like photoresist deposition, developing, wet and dry etching and metrology.

Capabilities

  • Masks design
  • Lithography masks fabrication
  • Micro and nano pattern generation
  • Micro and nanodevices fabrication
  • Consulting, courses and training
Panoramic image of the LAmina laboratory

FAQ

Open laboratories are learning environments with a multidisciplinary team and open access infrastructure to assist students, researchers, inventors, entrepreneurs and startups to collaboratively develop innovative products, processes, businesses and generate scientific knowledge. Source: MCTIC (adapted)
Users will have at their disposal machines, equipment and software to develop their research, products or processes. Users are trained to use the equipment and, with exceptions, will be able to operate it. The open laboratories provide a healthy environment for the exchange of ideas, experiences and enable the formation of partnerships and collaborative networks. Source: MCTIC (adapted) . Go to Information and find more details about how to use CTI’s open labs.
The spaces are intended for: researchers, students, companies, startups and inventors who want to develop their projects, whether for scientific dissemination or to put them on the market. Access is franchised through financial or non-financial consideration in accordance with CTI's innovation policy and internal regulations. Source: MCTIC (adapted) . Go to Information and find more details about how to use CTI’s open labs.