INCYTE Research Center
Nanoanalytics, nanochemistry and cyber-physical sensor technologies
Current status: detailed design planning
The foci of this new facility, financed by the state NRW, will be the development and synthesis of nanomaterials and the processing of novel sensor devices. The INCYTE building, which will be situated at the uppermost top of the Haardter Berg as the first part of the new science campus (see picture), will become home of the university’s central Micro- and Nanoanalytics Facility MNaF.
We started detailed planning of the new research building in June 2019, construction will be finished in 2024 and the handover is scheduled for early 2025.
The building with an overall area of around 5200 m² functional space:
(*Butz group plans around 1000 m² of lab space)
- *7 High-end EM laboratories, 300 m² for complementary nanoanalytics
- *300 m² Sample preparation (EM) & synthesis
- 600 m² Clean room for sensor development
- 400 m² S2-labs for bio(sensor) applications
- Office & lab space plus teaching areas for internal and external MNaF users
Aktualisiert um 1:55 pm am October 31, 2020 von Benjamin Butz