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Institute for Integrated Micro and Nano Systems (Technology Research) (IMNS)

The Institute for Integrated Micro and Nano Systems has technology research projects in a number of areas that range from the fabrication of deep sub-micron MOS devices through to microsystem technology which includes projects aimed at improving the manufacturing efficiency of silicon fabrication plants. The Institute Technology staff have recently moved into the £4.2M Scottish Microelectronics Centre , a purpose built building with 300m2 of class 10 cleanrooms and associated laboratory space. The cleanroom is fully equipped with standard microelectronic microfabrication equipment including measurement equipment (MIAC) and state-of-the-art simulation software . The Institute for Integrated Micro and Nano Systems is a member of NESM and also has many close links with the IC fabrication industry.
The Department's web server can be searched but if the informations you require cannot be located please contact Prof A.J. Walton (Anthony.Walton@ee.ed.ac.uk). More information about the institute's activities is available below:

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Revision Date: 10 October 2002

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