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Nanotechnology

Advancing nanoscale measurement science, standards, and nanotechnology is an important component of NIST's mission to promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness. From leading cutting edge research to coordinating the development of standards that promote trade, NIST's programs in nanotechnology directly impact priorities important to the nation's economy and well being.

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Nanolithography Design Tools

Accurate production of nanoscale features on semiconductor chips is essential to their performance, but typical design tools cater to the dominance of straight

Projects and Programs

Publications

Copper Nanocubes for CO2 Reduction in Gas Diffusion Electrodes

Author(s)
Yuxuan Wang, Hao Shen, Ken J. Livi, David M. Raciti, Han Zong, John Gregg, Mofopefoluwa Onadeko, Yidong Wang, Adam Watson, Chao Wang
Electroreduction of CO2 represents a promising solution for addressing the global challenges in energy and sustainability. The reaction is highly sensitive to

Software

CNST Nanolithography Toolbox

The Nanolithography Toolbox is a platform-independent software package for scripted lithography pattern layout generation. The Center for Nanoscale Science and

MOSAIC

MOSAIC is a modular analysis toolbox to decode multi-state nanopore data. MOSAIC leverages the underlying physics of the system to considerably increase the

HolograFREE

An electron hologram is a fringe modulated image containing the amplitude and phase information of an electron transparent object. The HolograFREE routines

SOEN Process Design Kits

This technology package, a.k.a process design kit (PDK), defines the NIST superconducting optolectronics process: OLMAC. It is in the klayout format of

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