Located in the basement at the LIT Open Innovation Center and funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Science, Education & Research, the JKU and the state of Upper Austria, the new cleanroom has been designed to manufacture scientific samples for base-knowledge research as well as produce prototypes to be shared with different institutes and departments (physics, chemistry, mechatronics, computer science).
Areas of application include quantum technologies, particularly new semiconductor-based light sources to secure data transfer via quantum key distribution, silicon-based photonics with potential applications in data transfer (data-centers), sensor technology, wearable electronics (e.g. for medical applications), ultra light photovoltaics, etc.
The cleanroom environment drastically reduces the number of airborne particles and is vital in an effort to create devices in the micrometer and nanometer range.
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