Notre Dame Nanofabrication Facility (NDNF)
The Notre Dame Nanofabrication Facility (NDNF) is a comprehensive, 9,000-square-foot cleanroom facility used for fabricating nano- and microelectronic devices. The NDNF, which serves more than 200 users across the University and beyond, offers researchers the ability to explore a wide range of materials using a diverse array of processes and techniques. Active areas of research include Si CMOS, nano- and microfluidics, MEMS, high-performance III-V compound semiconductor devices, graphene and other two-dimensional electronic materials, optoelectronics, and nanoelectronic devices.
Research in the NDNF is not restricted to electronics. The flexibility fostered in the NDNF is vital to advancing the functionality and performance of electronic and non-electronic devices for applications in industries such as communications, computing, consumer electronics, health care, energy harvesting and conversion, and transportation.
The NDNF is located in the Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering. For more information, visit the NDNF Web site.