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Welcome

The FabLab is a Class 1000 research cleanroom located in the Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building. The lab supports research and development programs in nano science and technology, micro-electromechanical systems, semiconductors, materials and devices for electronics, bioscience and bioengineering, and sensor/actuator systems. FabLab is open to users from across the university community as well as government and industry.

Classes in FabLab

The FabLab is not only used for work and research. We have a growing number of classes utilizing this state of the art facility giving students hands on experience learning the processes and techniques used to make our electronics and devices.

Click here to learn more about classes in the lab.


Using the lab

If you are interested in using the instruments in the lab please complete the steps on the Become a User page. Additionally, introduce yourself to the FabLab staff and discuss your project. This will allow us to understand your needs and develop a plan for your work or research.

Hours

The Main FabLab is open 24/7 with restricted after hours access between 8:00pm - 7:00am.

The Teaching Lab schedule will be posted once the current semester class schedule is completed.

Acknowledging NanoCenter and FabLab

The NanoCenter and FabLab need your help! Acknowledging the support given by the NanoCenter in your presentations and publications help us out tremendously.

Read how to acknowledge

Announcements

Ongoing

The Raith offline computer has been replaced. See Jon Hummel to transfer your account to the new machine. The old offline computer will be available for file transfers only until the end of the year.

Ongoing

All Denton and Angstrom users. When using Gold please note in comments section the amount of materiel being used for charging purposes and so that other users know the Gold crucible is in use and can plan accordingly.

Ongoing

New rates and target limitations are established for AJA ATC Orion 8 Sputtering system. See scheduler reservations for details.

Ongoing

ALD is back on-line! Hurrah!! ONLY standard, short precursor pulses for now (i.e.- 200 or so ms pulses)

Ongoing

Branson tool has new procedure to check reflected power .This needs to be done to protect the tool from high reflected power

FabLab Contact Information

Location

2302 Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building

Important Contacts
John Abrahams301-405-6664
Jon Hummel301-405-5017
Tom Loughran301-405-3642
Mark Lecates301-405-5197

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