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.
The NanoCenter and FabLab need your help! Acknowledging the support given by the NanoCenter in your presentations and publications help us out tremendously.
The FabLab isoperating under Moderate Research Restrictions. Please check this page for operation updates.
The scheduler will not during this time for AIM Lab and FabLab regular users. Please contact each lab director to make arrangements for using equipment.
New rates and target limitations are established for AJA ATC Orion 8 Sputtering system. See scheduler reservations for details.
As of July 1st, 2019 the FABLAB will charge for use of equipment that was previously been uncharged. The exception is when equipment is used as part of time reserved for a process tool. This includes- but it not limited to- Probe stations, profilometers, Raith off-line computer, microcscopes, ovens, Hall Effect, N&K, Ozone cleaner, Fusion Systems UV, etc. Remember- these are free if used as part of a charged process but you MUST make a reservation if used in a stand-alone mode.
ALD users- please put the type of precursor you are using in the notes when making reservations- i.e., Al2O3, V2O5 etc.
If you run a process that has variable rates (i.e.- ALD, furnace, sputter, etc.), make sure you write in the final dollar amount in the notes section of your reservation. Otherwise you will be charged for the full rates.
EVG 620 aligner is off line due to a power supply issue. An assessment is being performed and hopefully we will have some answers in January.
New Gold and Palladium Prices. Effective 11/11/2019 Gold and Palladium will increase to $82/100nm of deposition.
REMOVER PG is only too be used in the dedicated stations. Do not remove Remover PG from the beakers. $150/gal
FLUORINE ETCHER-A new chiller was installed on 2/20/20. All programs have to be updated to run the proper temps with the chiller and oxford signals. see note at tool or see Mark
Woollam ellipsometry system is in horizontal mode.
The STS is back online
Branson Barrel asher is back on-line. 2/20/21