DTU soon to produce nano components in its new multimillion facilities  

2004.08.23
The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) will soon be ready to produce nano components in its new DKK 100 mn process facility Danchip

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) will soon be ready to produce nano components in its new process facility Danchip. DTU has spent DKK 100 mn (USD 17 mn) on new buildings including a clean room. DTU has also purchased an electronic ray lithography system which can be used to make components with inner dimensions down to 10 nanometres. The aim of Danchip is to make it into a national centre for micro and nanotechnology with 20-25 companies using the facilities in three years.

 

With an annual subscription, companies can become members of a Danchip user club where they gain access to some of the most advanced process facilities in the Nordic region. Use of the clean room and the advanced equipment will be paid by the hour.

 

Danchip originates from the Micro Electronics Centre (MIC) at DTU. MIC has been divided into two units: the Institute for Micro and Nano Technology and Danchip. The institute handles research and teaching, while Danchip handles the operation and development of the clean room facilities which are made available for DTU's institutes and external users for research and product development. The news is reported by professional journal Ingeniøren (the Engineer).

 

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