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Tailor designed integrations

EU Funded

The different processing sites of the 2D-EPL will also offer dedicated processing services for the customers which have specific requests which do not fit in the MPW portfolio. The tailor integrated services will of course benefit from the generic progress in GRM integration gathered by the consortium partners and which is secured through the 2D-EPL funding.

Since the capacity of the MPW runs is limited, it might be that not all the customers who expressed their interest in participating in the specific MPW run can be served through this run. The different projects will be ranked according to evaluation criteria which will be assessed by the technical leads of the 2D-EPL. Therefore, the customer will be asked to provide a completed application form containing:

  • The end-user contact information.
  • The requested service from the 2D-EPL.
  • General description of the intended application and its end use.

Information about our three processing sites' tailor designed integration services coming soon!

2D-EPL processing sites


The research foundry AMO GmbH is a non-profit SME specialising in R&D for micro- and optoelectronic applications. AMO acts as a pathfinder for innovative technologies for nanoelectronics and nanophotonics applications for the German and European industry. The mission is to demonstrate innovative technologies and to introduce new materials, including their implementation in novel device architectures, prototyping and small volume fabrication. As a research oriented company, AMO efficiently closes the gap between university research and industrial applications.

A broad base of advanced semiconductor process technologies is available in a state-of-the-art 400 m² cleanroom completed with a range of services from consulting to prototype development. By utilizing all available cleanroom equipment, AMO offers a highly flexible platform for processing nano-, micro- and optoelectronic applications. Services can be provided for all established processing capabilities and technology platforms in the field of CMOS and graphene devices as well as for active and passive photonic components.


VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd is a state-owned non-profit research and technology organisation (RTO) with the aim of strengthening Finnish and European industrial competitiveness in multiple fields ranging from sustainable food and energy production to quantum computing. As an RTO VTT acts between universities and industry, bringing basic research towards industrial adaptation and helping the industry in their R&D needs. Graphene industrialisation at VTT is based on 2 600 m2 cleanroom in Micronova, Espoo, with a focus on wafer-scale CVD graphene process optimisation for electronics, photonics and sensors, including the integration on silicon CMOS for multiplexed sensor arrays. In addition to the MPW runs, VTT offers contract research, prototyping and small-scale manufacturing.