Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography

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Latest news

  • ARCNL Newsletter June 2022

    Read our latest Newsletter of June 2022. With highlights of the past months.

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  • NWO XS grant for live photoemission of plasma-based CO2 conversion

    From left to right: Alessandro Troglia, Roland Bliem, Stefan van Vliet. The group of Roland Bliem (Materials & Surface Science for Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography) has…

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  • Departure Fred Brouwer: photochemistry research at ARCNL ends

    Group leader Fred Brouwer has left ARCNL on March 1st. He will continue to work as full-time professor at the Van ‘t Hoff Institute for…

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  • University of Groningen joins ARCNL partnership

    The University of Groningen (RUG) joined the ARCNL public-private partnership as associate partner on January 1st, 2022. Since the start of ARCNL in 2014, the…

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Upcoming events

    • September 21, 2022
    • at ARCNL canteen
    • Colloquium
    • Title to be announced

    Laura Waller (University of California)

    A closed session…

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    • October 1, 2022
    • at ARCNL
    • Announcement
    • Lezingen, demonstraties, rondleidingen en workshops

    Open Dag Amsterdam Science Park

    ARCNL doet mee aan de Open Dag Amsterdam Science Park tijdens het Weekend van de Wetenschap. Je bent welkom van…

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    • October 5, 2022
    • at ARCNL canteen
    • Colloquium
    • Title to be announced

    Thomas Morgan (DIFFER, Eindhoven)

    A closed session…

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    • October 22 - 27, 2022
    • at ARCNL
    • Meeting
    • Title to be announced

    EUV source workshop at ARCNL

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Supporting a long-term relationship : New ASML liaison at ARCNL

In December 2020, Wim Symens handed over his role as ASML liaison to Maarten Voncken. Together, they reflect on how important it proves to be to have an ASML contact person who all ARCNL researchers can easily approach, and the challenges that come with this role …..

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