ENE makes full use of the state-of-the-art device circuit and system design, fabrication and characterisation facilities provided by:
Millimetre Wave Lab
Information for new JWNC users (internal)
Information for new JWNC users
If you wish to use the JWNC, these are the initial steps that you need to take. Please note that you (or your supervisor) must have obtained funding first; a good place to begin that process is here.
You will need to attend a new user induction session, and these are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 11am. We meet outside the JWNC, at the main entrance on Engineering Way.
The induction session is for people who:
(a) have not registered with the JWNC at all; or
(b) have partially gone through the induction process.
The steps you need to take are as follows:
1. Log onto the JWNC website as guest (see login details below) and register;
2. Read the safety material;
3. Complete the Moodle safety quiz. The registration key is jwnc1234;
4. Attend a JWNC safety tour, which takes place at an induction session;
5. Finalise the process: have your username activated on the web site, obtain access card authorisation and sign COSHH form.
Steps 2 & 3 take some time, and to make the most of the induction session you should complete these steps on your own beforehand. To view the safety information and obtain details of how to take the Moodle test, log on here from within the university, using username guest and password apollo11. The following link gives detailed description of the induction process, and links to the safety information.
Please take time to go through the safety material and complete the Moodle quiz before the session as this will speed up the induction process. If you have not done so you can still turn up and we will help you get started with the induction process, but you will not be able to complete your induction that day.
Please email email@example.com beforehand if you wish to attend the induction session. This is to give us an idea of numbers.
Accessing the JWNC
A large number of Universities from across the world presently access the micro- and nano-fabrication facilities of the Centre. We undertake collaborative research programmes funded by EPSRC, BBSRC, Innovate UK, EC, DARPA, SRC, Wellcome Trust, industry and numerous other funding agencies from around the world. We are always happy to discuss new collaborations and allow people to have access to the expertise and tools available in the cleanroom at Glasgow. To discuss any collaborations please use the contact details.
Industry / Commercial Access
Kelvin Nanotechnology (KNT) provide commercial access to the nanofabrication and nanocharacterisation facilities, as well as the expertise at University of Glasgow for industry but also to many universities and research institutes. KNT provide commercial delivery dates and pricing along with access to the knowledge base at Glasgow through consultancy. To discuss any collaborations please use the contact details.