Skip to main content

Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network (RTNN)

RTNN offers unprecedented access to nanotechnology facilities in the Research Triangle. Our education, workforce training, and outreach programs are comprehensive. We also provide nanotechnology resources to society through public alerts and information clearinghouses.

Read More

Primary University: North Carolina State University
Affiliated Partners: Duke University, University of North Carolina

RTNN Website

Getting Started

  1. To become an RTNN user register here, e-mail rtnanonetwork@ncsu.edu, or contact the RTNN manager, Maude Cuchiara (maude_cuchiara@ncsu.edu, 919-515-6171).
  2. Define project needs in consultation with RTNN technical staff and determine appropriate facilities for work. Both on-site and remote services are available.
  3. Establish a user agreement with the facility/facilities where the work will be performed.
  4. Attend training if conducting the work on-site.
  5. Begin work.

Need help?
New User Gateway

Facilities

Included as part of this site are:
Analytical Instrumentation Facility
Center for the Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (CEINT)
Chapel Hill Analytical and Nanofabrication Laboratory (CHANL)
Duke Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Center (DMRSC)
Integrated Biomass Research Initiative (IBRI)
NCSU Nanofabrication Lab (NNF)
Public Communication of Science & Technology Project (PCOST)
PULSTAR Reactor (PULSTAR)
Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility (SMIF)
Zeis Textiles Extenstion for Economic Development (ZTE)

Site Contacts

View All Staff
Duke
NNF
CHANL
X Close