NanoLund, founded in 1988, is the Center for Nanoscience at Lund University and a Strategic Research Area funded by the Swedish government. The center engages 55 research groups within engineering, science and medicine and we are Sweden's largest research environment for nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Many of our researchers are frequent users of X-rays and neutrons for characterization of hard, and as well as soft materials. We have access to a wide range of world-class characterization techniques including microscopes capable of single-atom imaging. We do atom-by-atom fabrications and study the structures to understand electronic, photonic and biological properties.
NanoLund is hosting Lund Nano Lab (Myfab Lund) as an open research facility available to academic research groups and company users. This micro- and nanofabrication facility is equipped with state-of-the-art semi-conductor processing and metrology equipment. Lund Nano Lab is a part of the Swedish Research Infrastructure Myfab.
More information about Lund Nano Lab and our facilities: www.nano.lu.se/facilities
You are welcome to contact us regarding any challenge, question or idea that involves small structures, surfaces and nanomaterials in any form.
We are happy to collaborate. Don’t hesitate if you have no prior knowledge of the use of X-rays and neutrons or if you are an experienced user with very specific ideas. We will help new users to get in touch with experts of the techniques both within NanoLund and the large scale facilities. We can also provide advice on beam time proposals.
We will set up a meeting to help you find the right methods to characterise the properties of your hard or soft and biological material. We can fabricate, prepare or modify samples as well as help analyse and understand the outcome.