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The Notre Dame Nanofabrication Facility (NDNF) is a fully equipped Class 100 cleanroom in the Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering. This facility features a full complement of fabrication, processing, and characterization equipment, as well as the specialized infrastructure required for its proper operation. The facility enables fabrication and characterization of devices with feature sizes from the nanometer to the centimeter scale; typical applications include MEMS actuators and sensors, microfluidic devices, and many others for a wide range of end-use applications and systems.

The facility is available to on campus researchers, as well as external users from industry and the academic community.

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