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Date:9/1/2009

ure for Micro- and Nanofabrication and Characterization. The spectrum of options extends from practical access to individual machines with the possibility of testing and evaluating upcoming technologies under self-selected conditions to the development of coordinated technical solutions and tailored process chains. It is focused on micro- and nanostructurization, thin-layer deposition, molding, and characterization.

Interested researchers and developers may submit their project proposal online under www.euminafab.eu. Following an independent review of technical feasibility, scientific relevance, and originality of the proposal, they are granted access to EUMINAfab. The project will be funded by the European Commission under the 7th EU Research Framework Programme with up to six million Euros until 2013, among others for the use or shared operation of facilities and to cover the travelling expenses of the users. If the review criteria are met and the researchers agree to publish the results of their work, access to the EUMINAfab infrastructure is cost-free. EUMINAfab offers maximum competence and confidentiality also for nonpublic, proprietary research, with the costs being borne by the user.

The European Commission expects funding to result in facilitated access of European clients from science and industry to upcoming technologies for their early transfer to products and the realization of competitive advantages. The Commission transnational, access of users to the installations and processes of EUMINAfab.

In the course of the project, the partners strive for a better comparability and improved linking of promising technologies in order to accelerate development processes by up to 30 percent. Due to close cooperation with its users, EUMINAfab will enhance the understanding of technologies in particular through comparative studies and technology assessments.

The EUMINAfab consortium consists of the following partners: Cardiff
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Contact: Dr. Susan Anson
susan.anson@nanomikro.fzk.de
49-724-782-8103
Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres
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