top of page
stripes.png
shield.gif
shield.gif

quick links

shield.gif

Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials 

at Wake Forest University
Wake Forest University welcomes you to our
NANOTECH Center...
welcome.png

Nanotechnology is the synthesis/fabrication of tools and machines at the 10(-9) meter scale.

 

Molecular Materials is the engineering and synthesis of materials at the atomic and molecular level: from the construction of hetero-systems at the atomic scale to the assembly of molecular species into ordered systems.

 

Together, these advances underpin today's vast revolution in materials physics.

 

NANOTECH is a Shared Instrumentation Facility of the Wake Forest University research community. Its core mission is to provide access to a broad suite of nationally competitive capabilities in nano sciences including...

 

1. Nanomaterials -  synthesis and processing,

2. High resolution imaging and analytical characterization - HRTEM/STEM, STM/AFM, CTEM, XPS, Auger, EDAX, PEELS

3. Cleanroom  fabrication - class 1000, ISO 6 - iline, 365nm optical lithography, 

4. Fast optical characterization - ps to fs time resolution spectroscopy, laser based ARPES

 

NANOTECH also offers an extensive curriculum in the nano-sciences together with several outreach programs.    

NANOTECH occupies a dedicated building located at 501 Deacon Blvd, in Winston-Salem NC, adjacent to the Reynolda Campus of WFU. It is open to all faculty, staff and students of WFU / Atrium-WFBMC.

Dr. David Carroll -

Director

FAQs

News and Events

COVID vaccination and updated boosters required for use of facilities...

Nanotech Seminar

 

Thursday, October 27, together with the CFM seminar, at 12:00 pm in Olin 101. Lunch will be provided beginning at 11:30am in the Olin Lobby. 

 

Our guest speaker is Prof. Dr. Vojislav Krstic from the FAU Erlangen. He will speak on "Helical nanostructure: PT-violation and (quantum) cooperative dichroism signatures".  

A Community of Researchers

A COMMUNITY

Gamma ray scintillators, quantum computers, artificial organs, time crystals, lighting devices, thermal-solar collectors, and more. NANOTECH users represent a broad variety of nano-inspired sciences from across the WFU campuses. The cross-pollination of these fields gives NANOTECH its unique atmosphere of excitement and discovery...

back logo.png
Contact Us
Visit and Subscribe

The Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials

501 Deacon Blvd.

Winston Salem NC 27105

ph: 336 727 1804

email: carroldl@wfu.edu

airmail_edited.png
The Blog
Subscribe and be a member of our community

Thanks for submitting!

Join the Conversation

NANOTECH Highlights and Blog

bottom of page