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Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University

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FACILITIES

Don’t let our size fool you!

 

Wake Forest’s Nanotechnology Center has an impressive range of capabilities. With these NANOTECH has established a significant track record in nanomaterials synthesis, characterization, and device prototyping (OLEDs, TFT, OPV, PV, FIPEL, Scintillators, Qubits, Quantum Sensors, more). The small brick and metal lab is tucked away on a wooded lot next to WFU's football stadium at 501 Deacon Blvd. There are regular WFU/WFBMC shuttles to and from the facility connecting Downtown, Medical and Reynolda campuses.

Our facilities ... 

Electronic isolation: 56 Ohm Faraday cage. 

Vibration isolation: Slab on sand floating sub-floor. 

Building wide air management for lab safety.

 

Microscopy: acoustic NRC ~ 0.5, ISO8. 

Cleanroom: Class 1000, ISO6. 

Synthesis/processing and optical metrology core labs.

PI labs.

Teaching / conference facilities for groups up to 30.

 

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Core Labs

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Microscopy

Microscopy and Microanalysis

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Clean Room

Device fabrication and prototyping

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Growth

Synthesis and crystal growth

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Optical

Standardized testing for Solar and Lighting