Welcome to the Giga-to-Nanoelectronics (G2N) Centre at the University of Waterloo. Established in 2005, the G2N is a unique on-campus microfabrication facility offering a wide range of capabilities for processing electronic materials and devices. The lab provides users hands-on training and access to perform their own research activities, enabling a diverse group of research activities conducted by students and external industrial partners. The lab facilitates interdisciplinary research that spans nano-materials processing to large-area electronics development. In addition to enabling academic research programs, G2N also provides the capability to develop and prototype novel emerging technologies for commercial applications.
This website provides information for accessing G2N and the opportunities it offers for your research area. If you have any questions or comments about access, competencies, or fees then please contact us.
William S. Wong
Director, Giga-to-Nanoelectronics Centre
The Giga-to-Nanoelectronics (G2N) Centre has a wide variety of thin film, device and circuit characterization tools.
KA Imaging is awarded a $1Million investment from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
With a $1-million investment, X-ray imaging manufacturer KA Imaging Inc. will accelerate commercialization of its innovative, patented portable dual energy subtraction X-ray detector Reveal™ to meet customer demand, including those treating COVID-19 patients. The company will create 10 skilled jobs in Waterloo Region.
Asif Khan is awarded Vanier Scholarship
A nanotechnology engineering doctoral student, Asif Khan is a recipient of a prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.
G2N PhD Research Student wins a 3rd place award at 2020 IEEE Student Poster Presentation
Abdollah Pil-Ali, a PhD student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, supervised by Professor Karim Karim, has won third place at the 2020 IEEE Student Poster Presentation for the poster titled: Illumination Curve Extraction of A Coded-Aperture Phase Contrast X-Ray Imaging System Using A High-Resolution X-ray Detector.