The Nanolab @ GJU aims to investigate and develop novel micro and nano devices - such as sensors and printed electronics - for a wide variety of applications, ranging from energy conservation to biomedical devices. Research at the Nanolab is multidisciplinary, involving faculty from several different departments. The Nanolab recruits young scientists, both recent graduates and undergraduates, and helps them develop their skills.


Through collaborations with other institutes, both in Jordan and abroad, the Nanolab strives to produce research and products that will make an impact and improve people’s quality of life.

Our News

Nanolab Team Visiting the Institute of Microtechnology in Braunschweig Technical University

September 12, 2019

Nanolab team visiting the Institute of Microtechnology in Braunschweig Technical University, Germany as a part of the DAAD-funded project "Inertial focusing for continuous nanoparticles separation in femtosecond laser 3D micromachined curved channels".

Nanolab Team Attending the 2nd international EUROMBR training course

September 09, 2019

Nanolab members in the center of pharmaceutical engineering during the 2nd international EUROMBR training course innovative microbioreactor applications in bioprocess development

Outstanding Paper in the 2019 Emerald Literati Awards

August 07, 2019

Great news for the research community in Jordan!

Today the NanoLab paper "Inkjet printing for the fabrication of flexible/stretchable wearable electronic devices and sensors
" has been selected by the editorial team as an Outstanding Paper in the 2019 Emerald Literati Awards.
The article was chosen as a winner as it is one of the most exceptional pieces of work the team of Emerald Publishing has seen throughout 2018.
It is worth mentioning here that this research is funded by the Scientific research Support Fund in Jordan 🙏

Warm congratulations to Prof. Alaaldeen Al-Halhouli, Hala Qitouqa, Abdalla Alashqar and Dr. Jumana Abu-Khalaf. May this be a great blessing to our future work of producing high-quality publications.

Nano Technology Day

June 30, 2019

Under the patronage of German Jordanian University president Prof. Manar Fayyad and in collaboration with IBTEKAR association, The Nanolab and the School of Applied Technical Sciences held Nanotechnology day. Prof Munir Nayfeh from Illinois University presented pioneer and interesting technologies in NANO field. Prof Alaadeen Al-Halhouli the founder of Nanolab presented the success story of his career and the importance of transfer the knowledge and the new technology to our country. Afterwards, the Nanolab engineers gave a demo to the participants about the previous and current research projects carried out at the Nanolab.

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