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Published June 2, 2020

AlixLabs signs agreement to use the lab facilities of Sweden’s largest research environment for nanoscience and nanotechnology.

NanoLund, founded in 1988, is the Center for Nanoscience at Lund University and a Strategic Research Area funded by the Swedish government. Encompassing 55 research groups in the faculties of engineering, science and medicine, more than 130 PhD students.

Published June 1, 2020

AlixLabs moves into Ideon Science Park

Published May 15, 2020

AlixLabs ramps up activities and employs Dr. Mohammad Karimi as Principal Scientist.

Mohammad Karimi received his PhD in Physics from Lund University in 2020, where he worked on design, nano-fabrication and characterization of novel optoelectronic devices based on semiconductor nanowires. Dr. Karimi has authored and co-authored more than 20 journal publications and conference presentations in the field of solid-state physics and III-V semiconductor devices.

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Published October 24, 2019

AlixLabs receives Vinnova grant for "Innovative startups" 93 startup-bolag får dela på 28 miljoner | Vinnova

Published September 27, 2019

LU Holding investerar i nystartade AlixLabs, som utvecklat en metod att på ett mycket kostnadseffektivt sätt tillverka elektroniska kretsar för halvledarindustrin.

Meet us in bellevue

Published May 29, 2019

We will be in the conference for the full duration, more than happy to invite you for a coffee and a discussion on opportunities, please contact us

Published May 22, 2018

From ACS Applied Nano Materials 2018, 1, 6, 2476-2482, High-Definition Nanoimprint Stamp Fabrication by Atomic Layer

Etching

Published August 18, 2017

From Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 35, 060603 (2017) , Atomic layer etching of gallium nitride (0001)

Published June 25, 2016

Dr Suyatin @ ALD 2016 in Dublin, Irland Longitudinal nanowire splitting by atomic layer etching