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CINT: Big Science AT THE Nanoscale


Vote now in the 2018 UEC Election: Current CINT Users are invited to cast their votes in the 2018 User Executive Committee (UEC) Election. The election is open through April 30th, 2018. Find out more about the UEC and the election on our Users Association page.

The Spring 2018 Call for Proposals is now closed: Our next call will open September 1, 2018. We are now open to receive Rapid Access proposal submissions. You can submit your proposal here.

CINT 2023: Read more about our research expertise and advanced capabilities in the CINT Strategic Plan (pdf).

New CINT scientist, Remi Dingreville: We are pleased to welcome our newest CINT scientist, Remi Dingreville. Remi is a computational materials scientist and will be positioned in the In-situ Characterization and NanoMechanics thrust, along with his three postdocs and graduate student. Remi received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering in 2007 from the Georgia Institute of Technology. After a two-year postdoctoral appointment at Sandia National Labs, he joined the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at New York University as an Assistant Professor. In 2011 he returned to Sandia National Labs as a Principal Member of the Technical Staff in the Department of Structural and Thermal Analysis. Remi brings expertise in various theoretical and computational techniques for the understanding and characterization of materials under extreme environments. We are very excited to have him join the CINT team!

CINT scientists honored as APS Fellows: Two CINT scientists were tapped this year as new Fellows of the American Physical Society (APS), a significant honor for the Laboratory and its people. The honorees are, Han Htoon, and Stuart A. Trugman.

CINT is hiring! The Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies is seeking Materials Scientists with expertise and leadership in nanoscience. Areas of specific interest include quantum materials, in-situ transmission electron microscopy, and soft-bio materials fabrication. This position is a critical role in the CINT user program, which is jointly operated by Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories for the Department of Energy’s Office of Science. For additional information about CINT, visit  External. If you are a current employee of our organization please use this link instead.

User Survey: If you are a current or recent CINT user, please complete our CINT User Satisfaction Survey.