The California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) conducts world class research endeavoring to control and manipulate materials and systems at the nano-scale through chemistry, physics, materials science, biology and engineering. A description of the resources, procedures and policies enabling this research are below.
Three story high spherical space in which fully immersive, interactive, stereoscopic / pluriphonic virtual environments can be experienced.
Building Manager contact information. Information regarding building access, resources, and infrastructure as well as Institute policies and procedures.
CNSI provides basic computer support services, large format printing, and access to our High Performance Computing facility. Researchers using the HPC center have access to our four clusters for large scale calculations, as well assistance in compiling and optimizing programs.
10,000 square feet dedicated to the characterization of ceramic, metallic, optical, organic and semiconductor materials. Information regarding laboratory access, resources, contacts and procedures.
A trio of shared laboratories are available to researchers interested in exploring the synergistic opportunities envisioned between the physical, chemical and biological attributes of nanostructures.