Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy

Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy

Kingston Nano-Fabrication Laboratory (KNFL) opens

Kingston Nano-Fabrication Laboratory (KNFL) was officially opened on Friday, April 24th, 2015.
Now known as NanoFabrication Kingston.

  • Professor Rober Knobel being interviewed prior to the grand opening of the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK).

    Dr. Robert Knobel, a professor in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy, being interviewed by a reporter from the local news station, CKWS, regarding the new NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK) at its grand opening.

    Photo: Anne Craig, Queen's Gazette

  • Dr. Robert Knobel conducts a tour of the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK).

    Dr. Robert Knobel conducts a tour of the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK). Graham Gibson is in the background.

    Photo: Anne Craig, Queen's Gazette

  • Dr. Robert Knobel and Graham Gibson inside the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK).

    Dr. Robert Knobel and Graham Gibson examining the Intelligent Micro Patterning Machine in the NanoFabrication Kingston.

    Photo: Anne Craig, Queen's Gazette

  • Physics PhD student Jennifer Campbell speaks at the grand opening of the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK).

    Jennifer Campbell, a PhD student in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy, speaks at the grand opening of the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK) and explains about the impact this lab will have on researchers.

    Photo: Anne Craig, Queen's Gazette

  • Dr. Steven Liss, Vice-Principal of Research at Queen's University, speaks at the grand opening of the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK).

    Dr. Steven Liss, Vice-Principal of Research at Queen's University, speaks at the grand opening of the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK).

    Photo: Anne Craig, Queen's Gazette

  • Janice Mady, Director of Industry Partnerships and Innovation Parks, speaks at the grand opening of the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK)

    Janice Mady, Director of Industry Partnerships and Innovation Parks, speaks at the grand opening of the NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK).

    Photo: Anne Craig, Queen's Gazette

A new, innovative research lab, opened at Innovation Park in Kingston, Ontario on Friday, April 24th, 2015. Local participants at the grand opening included Dr. Steven Liss, the Vice Principal of Research at Queen's University and Janice Mady, Director of Industry Partnerships and Innovation Park.

Dr. Robert Knobel, a professor in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy and one of the lead members of the KNFL, and other members of his research group were also in attendance, explaining the 
importance of this new research lab and its future implications.

For the full story on KNFL and its vision:
http://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/advancing-tiny-technology