National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network

National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network

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Equipment Training

Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the AET RTP.
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the CEE Spinner.
University of Minnesota
Operation of CHA evaporator at U. Minnesota
Cornell University
How to start a CORAL session at CNF (equipment login)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Equipment Training - CVC E-Beam Evaporator
Stanford University
Diffusion Wet Bench
Cornell University
Operation of the Digital Instruments (Veeco/Brucker) Atomic Force Microscope at CNF Cornell

Process

non-NNIN
Process for imaging DNA by AFM. This is not an NNIN video.

Computation

University of Michigan
Materials Studio® is the one of the world’s most advanced client-server software system for advanced materials simulation and modeling.
University of Michigan
IntelliEtch, a powerful anisotropic etch simulator, can help MEMS designers and process engineers save time and cost while optimizing their etching processes
University of Michigan
Advanced atomic-scale modeling of nanoelectronic devices in a wide range of areas from ultrascaled CMOS to molecular electronics, graphene, nanowires and nanotubes.
University of Michigan
This video presents how MEMS CAD tools can be used for the design and modeling of MEMS devices.
University of Michigan
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) will play an important role in multiphase microfluidics, an emerging class of devices which use water-in oil droplets as containers for biochemical reactions.
University of Michigan
Microfluidic Devices
University of Michigan
This video demonstrates FabSim, a MEMS process simulator which can generate photo-realistic process models using full physical simulation.

Lab Procedure

Cornell University
Chemical safety refresher course for the Cornell Nanoscale Facility
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video outlines basic safety guidelines for the cleanroom.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Cleanroom Safety - Cleaning an Amber Bottle

Information/General Instruction

Stanford University
Cleanliness, Contamination, and Chemical Handling
Cornell University
Nanocourses cover over 20 hours of lecture on Vacuum Technology, Thin Films, and Lithography
Cornell University
Presentations at a one day conference at Cornell on Commercialization of Nanotechnology

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