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Cornell Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility (CNF)

The Cornell Nanoscale Facility offers a comprehensive set of advance nanofabrication tools supported by more than 20 technical staff. We support user projects in electronics, photonics, electronic materials, MEMS, applied physics, materials science, and biomedical areas.

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Primary University: Cornell University

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Getting Started

  1. Contact CNF User Program Managers to discuss CNF capabilities and project feasibility (Mike Skvarla, Skvarla@cnf.cornell.edu or Chris Alpha, Alpha@ cnf.cornell.edu).
  2. If desired, discuss project with CNF staff group for a more comprehensive discussion. Staff assembles for an open call-in session every Wednesday afternoon. Arrange a call via the User Program Managers.
  3. Prepare User Project Proposal.
  4. After project approval, prepare user applications and submit to userprogram@cornell.edu.
  5. Submit Purchase Order to CNF.  
  6. Schedule Orientation and arrange travel.  New user orientation occurs most Mondays.
  7. More details can be found at http://www.cnf.cornell.edu/cnf5_steps.html.

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Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF)

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