Research infrastructure

Materials science, neutron and synchrotron light

Myfab 

A national distributed research infrastructure consisting of the four largest Swedish academic cleanroom-based nanotechnology laboratories.

Myfab is a national distributed research infrastructure consisting of the four largest Swedish academic cleanroom-based nanotechnology laboratories at:

  • Chalmers University of Technology (MC2 Nanotechnology Laboratory – NFL)
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Electrumlab)
  • Lund University (Lund Nano Lab – LNL)
  • Uppsala University (Ångström Microstructure Laboratory – MSL).

The research carried out at the infrastructure is in fields such as materials science, nanotechnology, information and communication technology, bio-nanotechnology, life sciences, energy research and micro-nanosystems.

Myfab offers open access, training and process services to academia, institutes and companies through more than 700 of the best available sets of equipment for micro and nano manufacture and specialised manufacturing processes.

Myfab’s various laboratories are in part specialised in different application areas and their associated processes and materials systems. Each year, Myfab has more than 800 active users from academia (80 percent) and from 100 companies and institutes (20 percent).

Read more on Myfab's websiteexternal link

PubliSHED ON 18 October 2018

UpDATED ON 23 November 2018

This infrastructure is funded by the Swedish Research Council.