Algeria’s Constantine University creates nanotech center with help from MINATEC

Categorie(s) : MINATEC, News

Published : 1 April 2014

The MINATEC Nanolab consortium was selected by the Ecole Polytechnique Nationale de Constantine (Algeria) to provide technical support for the school’s 500 sq. m, $6 to $7 million nanotechnology center.
The consortium, made up of CIME Nanotech, 40-30, and the CEA, will consult on the project development stage, draw up the project specifications, select suppliers for the clean room equipment, and train local research scientists and technicians.
The project will also mark the start of a long-term relationship with the new nanotechnology center. Future plans include student and researcher exchange programs, characterization support, joint conferences, and technology transfer training.





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