In the recent EuroNanoLab meeting held in Paris, ENSAM School on October 7-8, two new members joined consortium, one from Wroclaw Technical University (Poland), one from INESC (Lisbon, Portugal). In this meeting consortium also updated action plan and agreed to submit series of H2020 proposals, including application for ESFRI roadmap.
EuroNanoLab is a distributed infrastructure of 40 cleanrooms providing world-class nanofabrication service and expertise for exploratory research (low-TRL) to academic or industrial users. It is composed of 15 nodes representing a total of 44 nanofabrication facilities. Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia is a part of this consortium.