SENIC is pleased to announce that its funding has been renewed by the National Science Foundation for another five years (2020-2025) as part of the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) program. Read the full NSF press release here.
SENIC is pleased to announce the Catalyst Program. This program will allow members from the microtechnology, nanotechnology, and larger scientific communities limited free access to the SENIC facilities to aid in research, obtain preliminary data, conduct proof-of-concept studies, or for educational purposes. For more details about eligibility and the application process, see the Catalyst Program page.
Faculty and students from five different Georgia Tech schools were awarded facility seed grants, providing 6 months of free access to IEN and MCF facilities. See the announcement and list of winners here.