NanoFrazor Explore at DGIST in Daegu, Korea

The first NanoFrazor Explore in Korea was installed in the Lab for NanoBio-matErials & SpinTronics (nBEST) at DGIST in Daegu. The group’s research focuses on the design and fabrication of magnetoresistive sensors from various viewpoints – sensor structures, sensing materials, pattern design and bio-applications. The goal is to apply emerging materials and novel designs of […]

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NanoFrazor Scholar at National Taiwan University

A NanoFrazor Scholar was delivered to Prof. Chun-hsien Chen’s group at the National Taiwan University in the department of Materials Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry. Their main research includes molecular electronics, surface modification and characterization and molecular self-assembly. The NanoFrazor will initially be used to fabricate electrodes to contact single wall nanotubes with molecules self-assembled on […]

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NanoFrazor Explore in the Utah Nanofab

The Utah Nanofab at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City is home of a NanoFrazor Explore since the end of August. Prof. Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon lead the successful grant application to purchase the NanoFrazor for the University of Utah. The NanoFrazor Explore will be used by several research groups for nanowire applications and the fabrication of […]

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First installation of a NanoFrazor Scholar

The NanoFrazor Scholar is our newest NanoFrazor system, available only since this year. We are happy to announce that the first NanoFrazor Scholar system was recently installed successfully in Dresden, Germany, at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research in the Institute for Metallic Materials (IMW). The group “Quantum Materials and Devices” PD Dr. Andy Thomas […]

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Machine installation at CUNY Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC)

Since early November, the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC) in Manhattan is home of a NanoFrazor Explore. Principal investigator Elisa Riedo, one the very early and best known pioneers of thermal probe lithography, will use the NanoFrazor technology for a wide range of new patterning ideas and applications. Several other groups in New York, like […]

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Machine installation at Melbourne Centre of Nanofabrication

The first NanoFrazor system in Australia was successfully installed in the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN) where it will be used, among other things, to fabricate high-electron-mobility transistors (HEMTs) as emitters and detectors in terahertz devices. Read more about this story here.

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Machine Installation at Beihang University, Beijing

Last week, the first NanoFrazor system in Asia was successfully installed in China. Researchers from the Beihang University are already excited to use the NanoFrazor Explore for fundamental research of emerging spintronic memory and logic devices, particularly on new structures of magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) and spin valves.

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Machine Installation at AFRL

We recently installed a NanoFrazor Explore at the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). You are curious what they are going to do with it? Here is their official statement: “Part of AFRL’s Sensors Directorate mission is to ensure unequaled reconnaissance, surveillance, precision engagement, and electronic warfare capabilities for America’s Air and Space Forces by […]

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New Machine at ETH Zurich

With the initiative of Prof. Jürg Leuthold, ETH Zurich purchased a NanoFrazor. The tool is installed in the Binning-Rohrer Nanotechnology Center in Rüschlikon, where scientists from several groups already use the NanoFrazor for applications that are not feasible with the existing e-beam lithography tools.

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Machine Installation at EPFL, Lausanne

Scientists at EPFL received their NanoFrazor Explore in June. The NanoFrazor was aquired with support of an SNF R’Equip grant involving several groups. The tool is installed in the Microsystems Laboratory and being used for first exciting applications.

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