SENIC Project Funding from Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Daniel Herr (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering) has received a continuation of funding from Georgia Institute of Technology for the project “SENIC.”
The SENIC partnership between IEN and JSNN provides the most modern facilities and complete collection of tools for both top-down and bottom-up nanoscale science and engineering research in the southeastern US.
In addition, the technical and research personnel that maintain the equipment and support users has hundreds of man-years of experience working on the broadest possible research problems.
Access and training has been designed to promote the culture of open-access facilities, to foster research, education, and outreach in diverse fields, to break the isolation between fields, to lower the barrier between users and well-equipped research facilities, and to support nanoscience and nanotechnology activities. External users can obtain access to both sites via a single user agreement.[Source: www.nnci.net/sites/