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Core Facility "Functional Processing"

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Ridge-type Bragg grating waveguide structures on COC foil for sensor application (Bragg grating period: 205 nm, waveguide: 2 µm in width and 2.4 µm in height) © CF 2

Manufacturing technique for bioinspired materials with focus on nanolithography, polymer foil technology, and additive manufacturing

  • In order to support the research projects running in FIT, a powerful core facility for functional design and efficient manufacturing of (micro-)systems and adaptive bioinspired materials will be established.
  • The Core Facility "Functional Processing" concentrates particularly on the fabrication of nano- and micro-structures by electron-beam-lithography, UV-NIL (UV-nanoimprint-lithography), as well as HE-NIL (hot-embossing-nanoimprint-lithography) technologies. Besides of that, different kinds of additive manufacturing technologies will be further developed for special applications on polymer foils.
  • A list of the devices can be found under "Technical equipment".
  • To use the devices, please observe the operating and user rules (in German) and the respective explanations in English, and the device fees.


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