CINT: Big Science AT THE Nanoscale
What is CINT?
The Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies is a DOE BES national user facility. Join us to explore the range of integration researched at CINT starting at the atomic level.
Wear in Biomolecular NanoMachines
Mechanical activity of biomolecular motors can trigger wear at the molecular scale, which requires enhanced self-repair mechanisms in the context of biological nanosystems.
2015 CINT Users Meeting
The 2015 CINT Users Meeting will be held in Santa Fe, New Mexico from September 21-22, 2015. Three symposia will be presented.
Submit a Proposal
We are now accepting Rapid Access proposals only. These should be limited in scope and have time sensitive justification. The next regular call for proposals will open September 1, 2015.
Strong coupling in the sub-wavelength limit using metamaterial nanocavities
Strong light-matter coupling between a single nanocavity and intersubband transitions in heterostructures
Superconductivity at the border of electron localization and itinerancy
By incoporating the bad metal nature of the normal state, a strong-coupling approach provides a unified understanding of superconducting pairing in diverse iron-based superconductors.