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Information/General Instruction

Georgia Institute of Technology
Promotional video for the Q-Sense E4.
Washington University at St. Louis
Transmission Electron Microscope and Scanning Electron Microscope

Equipment Training

University of Washington
Operation of the Raman Microscope at the University of Washington
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the RC8 Spin Coater at Georgia Tech.
University of Washington
Scanning Electron Microscope
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the STS PECVD at Georgia Tech. Video produced and distributed by Georgia Tech.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Equipment training for the Tousimis Critical Point Dryer at the Georgia Tech Facility. There are several similar tools at other NNIN sites.
Cornell University
Equipment operation (refresher) for the LEO Supra 55VP scanning electron microscope.
Stanford University
SVG Develop Track and Tank Refill
Stanford University
SVG Resist Coat Track
University of Minnesota
Equipment training for the Tousimis Critical Point Dryer at the Minnesota Facility. There are several similar tools at other NNIN sites.
University of Washington
Transmission Electron Microscope

Lab Procedure

University of Michigan
Safety & Emergency Procedures - LNF (Michigan)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Procedure for handling sharps and chemical spills at Georgia Tech
Georgia Institute of Technology
Process for submitting an MSDS for a new chemcial at Georgia Tech
Stanford University
Tweezer Cleaning: Delrin Tweezers

Computation

University of Michigan
Fabrication technologies for leading-edge semiconductor devices
University of Michigan
Solving for Micro/Macro scale Electrostatic configurations using Robin Hood Solver
University of Michigan
This webcast explains SYNPLE, a system level MEMs simulator from Intellisense.
University of Michigan
The Ultimate Scaling Limit -- A Deterministic Single Atom Transistor

Process

Washington University at St. Louis
Process description for synthesis of silver nanocubes

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