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A unique environment where research performed by faculty and students, supported by professional staff, in shared-user laboratories, provides unmatched interdisciplinary expertise, know-how, and capabilities to solve the toughest problems facing society, government, and industry.



New Publication 2015

Nano@Tech Begins January 13th

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Power Delivery for Electronic Systems Webinar

Educator Workshop -
Bringing Nanotechnology to the Classroom:
Lessons for Post-Secondary and Grades K-12



Shared User Laboratories

IEN provides advanced materials, fabrication, packaging, measurement, and characterization laboratories equipped with a broad array of tools along with technical support expertise. These open-user, fee based laboratories are available not only to GT faculty, staff and students, but to global academic, industry, and government clientele as well.


NNIN Program

Proud Member of The National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network – an integrated partnership of fourteen user facilities supported by the National Science Foundation.

Education & Training

NNIN’s education programs address the explosive growth of nanotechnology and its growing need for a skilled workforce and informed public by offering education and training to individuals (school-aged students to adults).