Quattrone Nanofabrication Facility
|A look inside the QNF cleanroom|
|Home Institution||University of Pennsylvania|
|Building||Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology|
About the facility
The Quattrone Nanofabrication Facility (QNF), located at the Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania, is a a 10,000 ft2 controlled-environment cleanroom with leading-edge equipment capable of electron-beam and optical lithography, physical and chemical vapor deposition, dry and wet processing, metrology, and device characterization. The facility is managed by full-time technical staff and available for use by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and other academic, government and industrial institutions. By providing core nanofabrication capabilities, our mission is to enable research and development across a broad spectrum of areas. Our core endeavors are to support teaching, research, service and commercialization at the micro- and nanoscale.
- QNF Equipment List: Find resources for any given instrument (e.g. SOPs, troubleshooting, presentations, manuals, videos, specifications)
- Equipment Reservations: Go to the QNF's IRIS site to make reservations to use the equipment
- QNF Equipment Owner Matrix
This lab site contains resources that are meant to maximize our users' ability to be safe, informed, productive QNF lab members. We also welcome non-QNF members to learn about our lab and make use of any resources provided on this site.
- Process Resources
- QNF YouTube Channel: Video tutorials, which are also linked to from individual instrument pages
- QNF Website: Official information on QNF programs, research, publications, and news
- Suggestion Box: Please send all SUGGESTIONS to help improve the QNF Lab to Eric Johnston.
To become a QNF lab member, see the information and forms provided on our Join Page.