Close collaboration with ALD NanoSolutions’ customers is vital, whether we are employing our existing turnkey technology or developing custom solutions. This provides significant value to our customers when they need to address complex application-specific challenges or are unfamiliar with coating options or technologies. Our expert R&D team includes inorganic chemists, process engineers, and manufacturing professionals. We are uniquely suited to tackle your challenges and deliver custom ALD solutions.

ALD NanoSolutions actively promotes the importance of open innovation and cooperation to increase market adoption of our enabling technology. ALD NanoSolutions has had the pleasure to engage in a number of unique partnerships and collaborations with world-leading parties, both in the academic and corporate world. Below is a partial list of ALD NanoSolutions partners and collaborative parties.

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The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Colorado

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Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado

The Al Weimer Group

The graduate school at the University of Colorado is a premier research institution consisting of world-class departments. Their distinguished faculty produce groundbreaking research that address critical issues facing our world. CU-Boulder faculty includes four Nobel laureates, four recipients of the National Medal of Science, 15 Guggenheim Fellows in the past 10 years, 20 recent MacArthur, Packard, and Fulbright Fellows, and 58 members of the national academies of arts and sciences, education, engineering, and sciences.

Research centers include:  renewable energy, biorefining and biofuels, membranes, pharmaceutical biotechnology, photopolymerization, biotechnology, theoretical chemistry, synthesis of nanoscale materials, molecular engineering, and advanced spectroscopy techniques.


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The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is the nation’s primary laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development (R&D).

NREL’s mission and strategy are focused on advancing the U.S. Department of Energy’s and our nation’s energy goals. The laboratory’s scientists and researchers support critical market objectives to accelerate research from scientific innovations to market-viable alternative energy solutions. At the core of this strategic direction are NREL’s research and technology development competencies. These areas span from understanding renewable resources for energy, to the conversion of these resources to renewable electricity and fuels, and ultimately to the use of renewable electricity and fuels in homes, commercial buildings, and vehicles. The laboratory thereby directly contributes to our nation’s goal for finding new renewable ways to power our homes, businesses, and cars.