Equipment

Our cleanroom facilities contain all the necessary equipment for R&D from nano and micro fabrication to characterisation.

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Services

We offer a range of services for customers. If you have an idea and do not know how to deal with it, you can contact us and we will help you.

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NanoSYD

The NanoSYD centre at SDU is located at campus Sønderborg, is involved in a wide range of research fields and has a long-term expertise in nanotechnology.

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Interested in the facilities and its capabilities or have any questions on your project? Do not hesitate to contact us.

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ABOUT THE CLEANROOM

Discover the world of
nanotechnology

Our cleanroom is a university-owned facility and part of the centre NanoSYD. We offer our expertise to companies and provide state-of-the-art metrology, test and analytical capabilities as well as prototyping and development.

– Classification: ISO 5 (Class 100)

– 110m² grey area
– 1° temperature control
– 3% relative humidity control 
– max. 4″ wafer processing


“Our mission is to foster nano- and 
microtechnology in the Danish-German border region”
Prof.Dr. Horst-Günter RubahnHead of SDU NanoSYD
Top-notch technology

Helium Ion Microscope (HIM)

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The Zeiss ORION NanoFab Helium Ion Microscope is a new, advanced instrument that utilises He+, Ne+ and Ga+ focused ion beams for ultra-high resolution imaging of non-organic and organic materials and their composite structures, micro- and nanofabrication by ion-milling and in-situ tomography by layer stripping.

Opportunities for companies

Baltic TRAM (Transnational Research Access in the Macroregion) is a European project which seeks to bridge the gap between research institutions and businesses. The overall aim is to boost innovation and encourage entrepreneurship by supporting small and medium sized enterprises.

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Research and development, this is one of the things
we do best

Research is something that never stops at the NanoSYD centre. We specialise in various fields of research such as: organic solar cells, R2R fabrication, nanophotonics, organic transistors, microfluidics, functional thin films, computational nanophotonics and more.

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R2R – Organic solar cells

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Nanophotonics

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Organic transistors

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Lab-on-chip and sensor technology

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Functional thin films

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Computational nanophotonics

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Our awesome technical team

Our highly qualified experts are ready to undertake any project and make it work.  Apart from the cleanroom, our hi-tech equipped workshop allows the production of any parts necessary to complement the nano- and microtechnology R&D (holders, evaporation masks, high vacuum parts etc.)

 

Arkadiusz J. Goszczak

Cleanroom Manager

A highly active individual with technical, scientific and managerial mindset. Focuses on details and provides top quality consultancy and support to everyone.

 
 

Reiner Hübel

Chief  Engineer

Outsourcing manufacturing, repairs and modifications are time consuming and sometimes expensive. Reiner and his team make everything possible in-house.

 
 

Mogens M. Petersen

Electronics Engineer

Highly skilled electronics and cleanroom engineer, supporting the back bone of the cleanroom facilities for more than 10 years.

 
 

Serguei Chiriaev

HIM Expert

Expert in Helium Ion microscopy, a unique platform for research and technology breaking the sub-10nanometer barrier in imaging of organic and inorganic samples.

 

Our science team

Discover the leaders of our research groups

Morten leads the organic solar cell group, specialised in fabrication of innovative solar cell technologies. Together with his group they work towards a greener environment.

Morten Madsen
OrganiC solar cells

Jacek and his group are working towards new technologies. They are specialists in micro- and nanofabrication of nanophotonic systems, plasmonics and ogranic plasmonic hybrids.

Jacek Fiutowski
plasmonics and nanophotonics

Jakob together with his group work in the field of organic transistors for light emission and detection. They are developing functional organic and inorganic thin-films that shape future components.

Jakob Kjelstrup -Hansen
Olet and oled

Jost squeezes out the last power unit available form ABACUS, the super computer of SDU, to perform numerical and analytical modelling of nano-and microscopic devices and phenomena.

Jost Adam
theory and modelling

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