NTNU Nano is an overall, strategic initiative with the objective to coordinate and promote research within nanotechnology, nanoscience and functional materials at NTNU.
Research at the nanolevel is by virtue most often cross disciplinary. Thus, NTNU Nano seeks to assist the initiation of cross disciplinary projects and proposals by creating relevant meeting arenas for scientists at different departments and faculties at NTNU. You may learn more about the research at NTNU within nanotechnology, nanoscience and functional materials here.Our cleanroom, NTNU NanoLab, is part of the initiative NTNU Nano. The facility NanoLab has its own staff and director, Dr. Kay Gastinger. NTNU NanoLab is an open access, hands-on facility for students and researchers. It is also the leader of the national infrastructure "Norwegian Micro- and Nanofabrication Facility", NorFab. More information about NTNU NanoLab can be found here.
Kavli Prize events at NTNU
The Kavli Prize is awarded every second year by The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters at a ceremony in Oslo, Norway.
After the ceremony in Oslo, a number of the laureates in Nanoscience and Neuroscience travel to Trondheim and NTNU to give official prize lectures and participate in the Kavli Prize Events on Thursday 8 September.The same day there will be held a Kavli Prize Symposia in Nanoscience. Program for the Kavli Prize Symposia in Nanoscience. Read more about the Kavli Prize events at NTNU
Grey Goo 2018
Time: February 15, 2018
Place: Auditorium R5, The Natural Science Building, NTNU
A one day seminar where master students in nanotechnology present their projects for industry representatives.
The 12th annual international, nanoscience student conference will take place at NTNU, August 7-10,
Kavli Prize Events 2018
The Kavli Prize laureates of 2018 will visit NTNU and give their prize lectures on September 6.