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The Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT) is a Department of Energy-funded nanoscience research facility that provides users from around the world with access to state of the art expertise and instrumentation in a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment with a focus on nanoscience integration. Integration is the key to exploiting the novel properties of nanoscale materials and creating new technologies. CINT’s scientific staff and capabilities are organized around four interdisciplinary science thrusts which address different challenges in nanoscience integration.
- In-Situ Characterization and Nanomechanics: Developing and implementing world-leading capabilities to study the dynamic response of materials and nanosystems to mechanical, electrical, or other stimuli
- Nanophotonics and Optical Nanomaterials: Discovery, synthesis, and integration of optical nanomaterials; exploitation and characterization of emergent or collective electromagnetic and quantum optical phenomena, from nanophotonics and metamaterials to quantum coherence.
- Soft, Biological and Composite Nanomaterials: Synthesis, assembly, and characterization of soft, biomolecular, and composite nanomaterials that display emergent functionality.
- Quantum Materials Systems: Understanding and controlling quantum effects of nanoscale materials and their integration into systems spanning multiple length scales.
Interested parties may access the facility via the General User or Partner User access agreements. General Users are individuals or groups who need access to the CINT Facilities to carry out their research using one or more CINT capabilities. Access is requested through a semi-annual, peer-reviewed proposal process. Partner Users are individuals/groups/institutions who not only carry out research at CINT but also enhance the capabilities or contribute to the operation of the Center through new facility instrumentation or the support of personnel.
The only facility of its kind in the United States, the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (MagLab) is the largest and highest-powered magnet laboratory in the world. The Pulsed Field Facility at Los Alamos National Laboratory operates an international user program for research in high magnetic fields. Our pulsed magnets and experimental capabilities are unique in the world and our ability to produce cutting edge science is a major attraction for LANL visitors .Thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation, the State of Florida and the United States Department of Energy these researchers use our facilities for free, probing fundamental questions about materials, energy and life.