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Access the best cleanroom facilities in Sweden and bring new scope and opportunity to your research and technical development. Whether you are doing research in nanotechnology or product development for a high tech company, Myfab has the tools for you.


Get access to a world class resource with three major cleanroom facilities and more than 700 instruments for fabrication and characterization. Welcome to our open user facility, where our highly qualified staff is ready to provide all the help and training you need!


Myfab is the Swedish national research infrastructrue for micro and nano fabrication. Get connected and realize your next project in microtechnology and nanoscience!


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More than 600 active users utilize our labs. Join them and conduct your own work in our high-end facilities.



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Myfab and our close environment provide excellent knowledge about the techniques and processes available in the labs.


Myfab National Access Program

The program offers FREE access to Myfab. This includes both usage of equipment for fabrication and analysis as well as training services from on-site staff and scientific support in realizing “nano visions”.

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Breakthrough may clear major hurdle for quantum computers

The potential of quantum computers is currently thwarted by a trade-off problem. Quantum systems that can carry out complex operations are less tolerant to errors and noise, while systems that are more protected against noise are harder and slower to compute with. Now a research team from Chalmers University of Technology has created a unique system that combats the dilemma, thus paving the way for longer computation time and more robust quantum computers. 

Quantum force used to generate colours on a tiny scale

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have discovered a way to observe a quantum force – the Casimir force – in real-time under the microscope by using a simple setup of miniscule gold flakes in a salty aqueous solution. Additionally, beautiful colours emerge from the resonances created between the aligned gold flakes, and the researchers can control the colours simply by adding or removing salt. 

Breakthrough paves the way for next generation of vision implants

A group of researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, University of Freiburg and the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience have created an exceptionally small implant, with electrodes the size of a single neuron that can also remain intact in the body over time – a unique combination that holds promise for future vision implants for the blind.

Quantum challenge to be solved one mile underground

Radiation from space is a challenge for quantum computers as their computation time becomes limited by cosmic rays. Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, and University of Waterloo in Canada are now going deep underground in the search for a solution to this problem – in a two-kilometer-deep mine.

Myfab Lund information meeting with lab tour

Welcome to an information meeting about Lund Nano Lab (LNL) – what is it, what does it offer and how can you access it? We will also tell you about the plans and process of building the new Nano Lab at Science Village, a cutting-edge semiconductor nanofabrication facility near MAX IV and ESS.

Funding for "Greening" Myfab Lund

Sarah McKibbin gets funding for "Greening" Myfab Lund

Optimise lab routines, minimise unnecessary consumption of lab consumables, recycle when possible, and improve user behaviour. That’s some of the improvements that can make the Lund Nano Lab greener, according to the project that Sarah McKibbin gets funding for, from the Lund University Sustainability Fund.

Grand slam for MC2 as Wallenberg Scholars 2024 are appointed

Floriana Lombardi, Peter Andrekson and Per Delsing, all active at MC2, are three of the eleven Chalmers researchers who will be appointed Wallenberg Scholars in 2024. With the grants from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, they may now push the borders of knowledge in high-temperature superconductors, space communication and qubits with longer coherence times. 

Semiconductor research receives prestigious ERC grant

Three researchers from Swedish universities were awarded the prestigious ERC Advanced grant for research in Physical Sciences and Engineering. One of these is Jan Stake, Professor of Terahertz Electronics at the Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience. As the only researcher from Chalmers to be given the grant, he now receives approximately SEK 28 million for his research project in semiconductor technology.

Great interest from the industry at WACQT workshop

An impressive number of actors from the industry attended WACQT's workshop to learn more about how the center’s quantum research is now being put to concrete use in an increasing number of areas. “It is good for us to see all the work that is going on within WACQT and to be updated on the progress, but also to understand which use cases that others in the industry are working on and which could be relevant to us as well,” says Maria Stranne from SKF, one of many curious business representatives present.