Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak ARCNL has, until further notice, closed its offices and labs for visitors. ARCNL can be reached by phone: +31 20 8517100 and e-mail:

Packages can be delivered at neighbor institute AMOLF, located at Science Park 102.


Latest news

  • Editor’s choice Applied Physics A

    The journal Applied Physics A has selected a publication from the EUV Generation and Imaging group led by Stefan Witte as this month’s Editor’s Choice.

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  • Spreading focus for better imaging

    With a specially engineered diffractive zone plate it is possible to (partly) focus all the different wavelengths of light in an extreme-ultraviolet beam (left) on…

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  • Season’s greetings

    Season’s greetings from ARCNL…

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  • ARCNL groups receive OTP grant

    In December, the groups of Peter Kraus and Stefan Witte received an Open Technology Programme (OTP) grant for the project ‘Ultrafast metrology of semiconductor nanostructures…

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Upcoming events

    • January 27, 2021
    • at ARCNL
    • Virtual Colloquium
    • Andreas Freise (Nikhef, Amsterdam)

    The Einstein Telescope and Gravitational Wave Astronomy

    A closed session…

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    • February 2, 2021
    • at ARCNL
    • Virtual Meeting
    • UvA studenten & ARCNL medewerkers

    Digitaal bezoek UvA studenten aan AMOLF en ARCNL

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    • February 10, 2021
    • at ARCNL
    • Announcement
    • Title and spealer to be announced

    ARCNL Colloquium

    A closed session…

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    • March 17, 2021
    • at VU University Amsterdam
    • PhD Ceremony
    • Ruben Schupp

    Spectral characterization of solid-state laser-driven plasma sources of EUV light

    Promotors: Dr. Oscar Versolato, Prof. Wim Ubachs, Prof. Ronnie Hoekstra…

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What do we need for tomorrow’s smartphone?

Watch this video to find out more about extreme ultraviolet (EUV) light and the public private partnership ARCNL. The camera crew filmed Oscar Versolato (EUV Plasma Processes) and his group members while carrying out experiments.

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