The Nanofabrication Laboratory hosted employees from 11 different industrial partners in 2004. After completing the mandatory Cleanroom Introduction Course and receiving the necessary training on the desired process tools, our partners' employees have equal access to the Laboratory as our own researchers and engineers. Access to a state-of-the-art laboratory can be thus realized without the prohibitive capital investment required to begin such operations, or can serve as a backup to our partners' own facilities. In addition, the Laboratory provides a creative environment where lab users work together to solve processing problems.
One example of a partner with Cleanroom Access is Midorion AB, an innovative company developing and marketing analytical biosensor systems for life science applications. The firm uses MEMS technology to measure quantum electrical phenomena in real time through changes in electric fields. A number of employees have access to the Process Laboratory and carry out both production and R&D in close partnership with researchers at Chalmers.
Head of the Nanofabrication LaboratoryPeter Modh