Laboratory for Plasma Nanosynthesis at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (LPN-PPPL) combines PPPL expertise in plasma science with the materials science capabilities of Princeton University and other institutions. LPN-PPPL is conducting collaborative research on the fundamental physics of plasma synthesis of nanomaterials with the goals to understand, predict, and ultimately control the synthesis processes starting from the plasma generation to nucleation and growth of nanoparticles and nanostructures. The LPN-PPPL research program focuses on the integration of three areas:
Founded in 2008, Nanotronics Imaging is a high-tech, cutting edge, microscopy and software company delivering rapid testing and analysis solutions to sectors ranging from materials science, and semiconductors to life science and medicine. Nanotronics Imaging nearly quadrupled business in 2012 offering tremendous value and efficiency to inspection systems in the semiconductor sphere. The nSPEC® delivers crisp images, rapid results, accurate quantification and categorization of defect size, characteristic, placement, distribution and others.
The Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory (MRL) fosters interdisciplinary research at the forefront of materials science. MRL brings together world-class faculty and students in condensed matter physics, materials chemistry, and materials science in a highly collaborative research environment. Many departments on campus are represented, including:
Nanomechanics is comprised of scientists and engineers with unparalleled expertise in Materials Science, Precision Mechanical Design, and Advanced Instrumentation Software. Over the last 20 years, our staff has stayed at the forefront of technology focused on nano-scale mechanical testing. The reason that we succeed is because we take a comprehensive approach to developing quality solutions for our customers.
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Anasys Instruments designs breakthrough, award-winning products that provide nanoscale probe based analytical techniques while providing high quality AFM imaging. We introduced the nano-TA in 2006 which launched the field of nanoscale thermal property measurement. In 2010, Anasys introduced the nanoIR Platform which developed the field of nanoscale IR measurement. In 2012, Anasys is proud to introduce Lorentz Contact Resonance which pioneers the field of wideband nanoscale dynamic mechanical spectroscopy.