DANCHIP – A facility for cleanroom processing of micro- and nanotechnology

Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

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DTU Danchip is the national center for micro- and nano fabrication

DTU Danchip is the National Center for Micro- and Nano fabrication in Denmark and is owned by and located at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). DTU Danchip operates and maintains advanced processing equipment within 1350 m2, class 10-100, ISO 9001-certified, open access, pay-per-use cleanroom facilities. 

DTU Danchip has built a versatile micro- and nanofabrication platform in order to shape a wide range of materials with structures down below 20 nanometers on substrates up to 8” in size. We provide a comprehensive and expanding selection of state-of-the-art process equipment for lithography, etching, thermal processing, thin film deposition, wafer cleaning, advanced packaging and characterization. 

DTU Danchip has currently over 250 registered users active in education, research, development, prototyping and small scale production. More than 40 staff members are dedicated to quality and service. We offer know-how and services within all aspects of cleanroom process technology and device fabrication. 

DTU Danchip is located on the campus of the Technical University of Denmark in Lyngby which includes Center for Electron Nanoscopy (CEN) with advanced characterization equipment such as Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM), Scanning Electron Microscope Focused Ion-Beam (SEM-FIB) and dual beam Electron Back-Scatter Diffraction Microscope. 

DTU Danchip is in Lyngby just north of Copenhagen, 30 minutes from Copenhagen Airport Kastrup.

DTU Danchip Mission

  • To provide Denmark with state-of-the-art infrastructure, research facilities, technology and hands-on training within applied micro- and nanofabrication technology.
  • To constitute a direct link between applied university research and industrial applications.
  • To facilitate the creation of new knowledge and enable Danish industry to exploit the existing and future benefits of nanotechnology.

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