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 8517290 and e-mail: arcnlsecretariaat@arcnl.nl.

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

Latest news

  • ARCNL Working Conditions Survey 2020

    In a well-attended Zoom-session for all employees of ARCNL, Pim Stalenhoef from the company MonitorGroep presented the results of the Working Conditions Survey that his…

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  • Detecting hidden nanostructures by converting light into sound

    Researchers at ARCNL have found a way to detect nanostructures buried under many layers of opaque material, using very high frequency sound waves induced by…

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  • ARCNL filling up again

    After several months of strongly reduced presence, due to the corona crisis, 1 July marked the point where ARCNL was back to admitting 50% of…

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  • The future of metrology is powered by algorithms

    Yesterday, ASML published on their website a very interesting story about Arie den Boef’s research: The future of metrology is powered by algorithms. Den Boef…

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Upcoming events

    • July 15 - August 31, 2020

    Summer stop biweekly colloquium series

    In July and August there will be no colloquium on Wednesdays.

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    • September 9, 2020
    • at ARCNL Zoom
    • Colloquium
    • Start of biweekly colloquium series

    Joshua Dijksman (Wageningen University)

    Title: to be announced   A closed session…

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    • October 21, 2020
    • at ARCNL
    • Colloquium

    Javier Hernandez Rueda (ARCNL)

    Title to be announced A closed session…

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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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