OtaNano

OtaNano

OtaNano is a national research infrastructure focusing on competitive research in nanoscience and -technology, and in quantum technologies.

Photo: Unto Rautio

OtaNano offers a wide variety of fabrication processes and equipment for micro- and nanostructures. The facilities cover a comprehensive range of imaging and characterisation equipment, including electron microscopy, nanomicroscopy, and x-ray scattering devices. Key activities include ultra-low-temperature conductivity and high-frequency measurements.

OtaNano is a top-level learning environment for young researchers and an international centre for scientific research. The facilities are important for scientists as well as for high-tech companies working with micro- and nano-technology applications. OtaNano is a national platform to develop innovative enabling technologies and apply them to practical micro- and nano-systems.

OtaNano enjoys a rare position among Finnish research infrastructures for having over twenty years of international infrastructure cooperation through European large-scale infrastructure projects. OtaNano is an open access research infrastructure, operated by Aalto University and VTT, and is available for academic and commercial users internationally.

Access and acknowledgement policy

Open access principles

Welcome to use the facilities and tools of OtaNano. Both academic and industrial experts are qualified in getting the access.

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OtaNano Open Publishing and Data Policy

Instructions for acknowledgement included.

Whiteboard drawings from LTL

More information about our facilities

Image: Unto Rautio

Low Temperature Laboratory

The Low Temperature Laboratory at Aalto University is one of the world centres in ultra low temperature physics and technology. The leading position is based on vigorous in-house development and construction of sub-mK refrigerators.

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Micronova cleanroom kuva: Aino Huovio

Micronova

Micronova is Finland's national research infrastructure for micro- and nanotechnology, jointly run by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Aalto University.

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Nanomicroscopy

Nanomicroscopy Center

The Aalto University Nanomicroscopy Center (NMC) provides high resolution microscopy to researchers, who come to work and collaborate using this high-quality equipment. The center is accessible to everyone.

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OtaNano brochure: Open Access research infrastructure for micro- and nanotechnologies (external link)

OtaNano is a Finnish open access research infrastructure for micro- and nanotechnologies.

Contact information & where to find us

OtaNano Contact Information

Contact points for the OtaNano Research Infrastructure

Quantum Explorations

Micronova

Tietotie 3

Micronova cleanroom kuva: Aino Huovio

Nanotalo building

Puumiehenkuja 2

Nanotalo. Puumiehenkuja 2. Kuva / Image: Aalto-yliopisto / Mikko Raskinen / Aalto University

Events

Public defences

Public defence in the field of Bioproduct Technology, M.Sc.(Tech.) Most Kaniz Moriam

M.Sc.(Tech.) Most Kaniz Moriam will defend the doctoral thesis " Modification of Ioncell spinning technology to increase fiber toughness and create a water-repellent surface" on 20 May 2022 at 14 in Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering, Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems.

News

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New Academy Research Fellows and postdoctoral researchers

Funding granted by the Academy of Finland brings six new Academy Research Fellows, and 14 postdoctoral researchers to Aalto University – congratulations to all!
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Honorary doctors in technology 2020 - 2022

Aalto University has granted ten Honorary Doctorates of Science in Technology. The new honorary doctors have all made significant impact in science, technology and society.
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Research project develops electrically controlled artificial molecular machines

Electronically controlled molecular machines would be faster as well as easier to manufacture, as they would not need to rely on sophisticated chemical synthesis.
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New professor Laure Mercier de Lépinay: It is important to stay flexible in our understanding of the world

Laure Mercier de Lépinay I continue to study microwave optomechanics which can allow us to uncover new fundamental physics.
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