nano @ stanford
Providing access to world-leading facilities and expertise in nanoscale science and engineering for internal users and for external users from academic, industrial, and government labs.
nano@stanford is a network of open-access facilities. The network includes the Stanford Nano Shared Facilities (SNSF), the Stanford Nanofabrication Facility (SNF), the Stanford Microchemical Analysis Facility (MAF) and the Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility.Learn more about the open-access facilities
Raman Universe - a Perfect Guide to Stellar Research
This virtual event will feature the fundamentals and applications of Raman spectroscopy instruments available through nano@stanford and other NNCI sites. Whether you have never used an instrument or are an experienced Raman champion, there will be plenty of opportunity to learn and share.
The event will take place over the course of 6 weeks starting Tuesday, March 16th, at 10:00am PST.
NNCI Advanced Lithography UnSymposium
This virtual, interactive event was held on Jan. 21-22 and featured information about lithography processing capabilities available through the NNCI. Attendees who preregistered had the opportunity to vote -- and suggest -- topics to our speakers AND invited to present a 5 minute Lightning talk on any litho-related topic. Available slides are linked from the agenda.
Learn more about NNCI
nano @ stanford is part of the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), supporting 16 user facility sites, their affiliated partners, and a coordinating office. NNCI embraces diversity and welcomes, recruits, educates, employs, serves, and engages a diverse group of users, students, faculty, and staff with a wide variety of backgrounds, perspectives, interests, and talents, creating a community of teachers, learners, and researchers that exemplifies the best in all of us – in our intellectual pursuits, our diversity of thought, our personal integrity, and our commitment to excellence.
nano @ stanford is supported by the National Science Foundation as part of the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure under award ECCS-2026822.
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