Coordinator of the project is DTU Nanotech. DTU Nanotech represents a cross-disciplinary research environment where micro and nanotechnology are applied to a wide range of scientific disciplines, e.g. mechanics, optics, chemistry, medical technologies, and biotechnology.
The majority of our scientific projects are conducted in collaboration with Danish industry. DTU offers a comprehensive course plan with theoretical and experimental courses that allows students with various scientific backgrounds to learn about the different facets of micro and nanotechnology. In the past decade DTU has generated 10 start-up and spin-off companies.
DTU has access to a state-of-the-art clean room, chemical laboratories, biochemical laboratories, and optical laboratories. In particular, fabrication tools for silicon, glass and a variety of polymer materials are available. This includes laser cutting, micromilling, nano-imprint lithography and injection moulding machines. For special requirements, electron beam lithography can be used.