The NFB department aims to be a leader in micro and nanofabrication technologies, through material and process research and development. We are motivated to build new capabilities in micro/nanofabrication and its applications by conducting use-inspired basic research and applied research and promote the adoption of fabrication technologies in various fields, such as precision engineering, optics and photonics, electronics, medtech and agriculture, by working with other A*STAR research institutes, institutes of higher learning, public agencies and industry partners. To address the fabrication needs of our stakeholders, we offer our services for demanding wafer-level fabrication processes and patterning of 2D/3D micro/nano-structures.
Currently, the department is composed of three groups:
Micro and Nanofabrication Group
Advanced Nanopatterning Group
AgriTech Thematic Lab