The cleanroom, located in the Condorcet building on Université Paris Cité’s Grands Moulins campus, offers optimal study and research conditions for the university’s students, PhD students and researchers in optoelectronics, quantum photonics, molecular electronics and the physics-biology interface.
Within the Matériaux et Phénomènes Quantiques laboratory, this proximity cleanroom completes the scientific coherence of the laboratory developed around micro and nanotechnologies.

Clean room

MPQ laboratory

This ANR-approved facility is part of a cleanroom consortium set up at the initiative of the CNRS, called Centrale de proximité Paris Centre. This consortium brings together five research entities:

  • Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS)
  • Institut Pierre-Gilles de Gennes (IPGG)
  • Institut des Nanosciences de Paris (INSP)
  • Paris Observatory
  • Our laboratory (Université Paris Cité)

The cleanroom is accessible to teaching projects and staff from laboratories and establishments in the Paris Centre consortium, but is also open to external institutions and companies on request.
The 150m² platform is equipped with all the facilities needed to produce micro-nano devices, including facilities for cleaning, optical and electronic lithography, wet and dry etching, thin-film deposition, characterization and assembly.
For further information, please contact Pascal Filloux

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