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The goal of the KyNN is to provide the tools you need to better collaborate and share the many resources available in the Bluegrass State.
This five year initiative, funded by Ky NSF EPSCoR, is broken into three interconnected parts:
KyNN is the communication portion of the initiative and consists of a web portal, several social media components and an informational database related to the micro/nano community in Kentucky.
KRUNCH is a shared software initiative that will provide access to several high end commercial modeling packages for all of Kentucky's Universities.
KORE is an infrastructure project to provide a resource for custom high resolution lithographic mask generation within the state of Kentucky.
The Kentucky NanoNet project is housed out of UofL's Micro/Nano Technology Center with Dr. Kevin Walsh, Principal Investigator. Although founded by UofL, the initiative has already grown to include at least one Node at each of the major Kentucky schools. These Nodes represent laboratories performing research in some aspect of micro/nano technology.
University of Louisville, Shumaker Research Bldg Rm 237
Louisville, Kentucky 40208 USA