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EP/K040324/1 - Free Access to Nanolithography & Supporting Processes, University of Bath

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Professor SJ Bending EP/K040324/1 - Free Access to Nanolithography & Supporting Processes, University of Bath

Principal Investigator - Physics, University of Bath

Other Investigators

Dr DWE Allsopp, Co InvestigatorDr DWE Allsopp

Dr SR Andrews, Co InvestigatorDr SR Andrews

Dr PA Shields, Co InvestigatorDr PA Shields

Scheme

Standard - NR1

Research Areas

Non CMOS Device Technology Non CMOS Device Technology

Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits Optoelectronic Devices and Circuits

Condensed Matter: Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Condensed Matter: Magnetism and Magnetic Materials

Graphene and Carbon Nanotechnology Graphene and Carbon Nanotechnology

Materials For Energy Applications Materials For Energy Applications

Start Date

08/2013

End Date

07/2017

Value

£185,431

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Grant Description

Summary and Description of the grant

We request continued funding for a previous successful EPSRC-funded Equipment Sharing Initiative to provide UK academic groups with free point-of-use access to electron beam nanolithography in the David Bullett Nanofabrication Facility at the University of Bath. Our scheme will focus on providing 'pump-priming' support for new research that is enabled by access to our nanofabrication tools, particularly work at the Physics/Engineering-Biology and Physics/Engineering-Chemistry interdisciplinary interfaces. Not only will we share our extensive design and process expertise with users, but we shall also provide training and support within a comprehensive package of services including nanolithography, wet & dry etching, thin film deposition and SEM/AFM imaging. We will actively seek opportunities to enhance the multi-disciplinary skills of early career users (postgraduate and post-doctoral researchers) whenever possible. We also propose to purchase a new complementary direct-write laser lithography tool that will allow us to offer users a quicker and more versatile service with unique new features for advanced prototyping (e.g., 3D lithography in thick photoresist and/or on non-planar substrates).

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Grant Event Details:
Name: Free Access to Nanolithography & Supporting Processes, University of Bath - EP/K040324/1
Start Date: 2013-08-01T00:00:00+00:00
End Date: 2017-07-31T00:00:00+00:00

Organization: University of Bath

Description: We request continued funding for a previous successful EPSRC-funded Equipment Sharing Initiative to provide UK academic groups with free point-of-use access to electron beam nanolithography in the David Bullett Nanofabrication Facility at the University of ...