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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.
University of Michigan
IntelliSuite software helps MEMS designer save time and costs in the development cycle
University of Michigan
This webinar will focus on Materials Studio, a comprehensive nano materials modeling and simulation application designed for scientists in materials R&D.
University of Michigan
IntelliFab, a powerful process flow simulation tool, can help MEMS designers and process engineers save valuable time and money optimizing complex process flows.
University of Michigan
EM.CUBE is a modular software environment for electromagnetic modeling and design
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

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
University of Washington
E-beam Lithography
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the Gasonics Asher.
Cornell University
Video training (referesher) on the Hamatech (Suss) spray chemical processors that are used at CNF
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the Hitachi SEM 3500H.
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the JEOL JBX-9300FS EBL.
Stanford University
Equipment training for operation of the MA6 contact aligner. There are numerous similar instruments across NNIN.
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the Lindberg Furnace.
Stanford University
Operation training for the Matrix Asher at Stanford--short description
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the Nanospec 3000 Film Analyzer.
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the Plasma-Therm PECVD.
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the Plasma-Therm RIE.
Stanford University
PlasmaQuest Plasma Etcher
Georgia Institute of Technology
Equipment operation for PVD75 evaporator at Georgia Tech
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
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the Mask Cleaner.
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes how to use the Unaxis PECVD at Georgia Tech.
University of Washington
Operation of the uPG101 Heidelberg Laser Mask Generator at U.Washington
Georgia Institute of Technology
Video training (refresher) on the Woollam Spectroscopic Ellipsometer at Georgia Tech. There are several similar tools elsewhere in the network.
University of Washington
Video training (refresher) on the Woollam Spectroscopic Ellipsometer. There are several similar tools elsewhere in the network.
Cornell University
Video training (refresher) on the Woollam Spectroscopic Ellipsometer. There are several similar tools elsewhere in the network.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Operation of the Wyko optical surface profilometer at Georgia Tech
Stanford University
Operation of the HMDS vapor prime oven at Stanford. Several similar tools are abailable at other NNIN facilities.
Cornell University
YES Polyimide Oven

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
Georgia Institute of Technology
General informational video on the operation of electron beam evaporation systems. Not an instructional video for any specific instrument.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Promotional video for the Hitachi S-3700N Variable Pressure Scanning Electron Microscope.
Georgia Institute of Technology
David Gottfried, Georgia Tech, presented a lecture on Ink Jet Deposition at the Nano@Tech Meeting on Nov. 27, 2012 .
Georgia Institute of Technology
Promotional video for NanoGrip technologies.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Promotional video for the Keyence VHX-600 digital microscope.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Promotional video for the Q-Sense E4.
Washington University at St. Louis
Transmission Electron Microscope and Scanning Electron Microscope

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
Georgia Institute of Technology
Login/logout procedure for entry to the Georgia Tech clean room facility
Georgia Institute of Technology
Fume hood training at Georgia Tech facility
Georgia Institute of Technology
Discusses how to get and print labels for garment hangers, tote boxes, dry boxes, and chemical bottles.
University of Michigan
General Lab Policies -LNF (Michigan)
University of Michigan
General Orientation - LNF (Michigan)
Stanford University
A description of the gowning procedure at the Stanford Nanofabrication Facility
University of Michigan
Gowning and PPE-LNF Michigan
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video demonstrates the proper gowning procedures.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Handling Damaged or Nonfunctional Devices
Georgia Institute of Technology
This video describes the steps that should be taken when a piece of cleanroom equipment (E-Beam, SEM, RIE, etc) is not operating correctly.
Georgia Institute of Technology
How to properly gown-up for the inorganic cleanroom.
Stanford University
Part 1 of laboratory orientation and safety training at Stanford
Stanford University
Part 2 of laboratory orientation and safety training at Stanford
Georgia Institute of Technology
Procedure for labeling chemicals at the Georgia Tech NNIN facility
Georgia Institute of Technology
How to properly gown-up for the organic cleanroom.
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
Stanford University
Tweezer Cleaning: Metal Tweezers

Process

non-NNIN
Process for imaging DNA by AFM. This is not an NNIN video.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Plasma Etching at IEN: An Overview of Equipment and Processes presented by Hang Chen, 9/10/13.
Washington University at St. Louis
Process description for synthesis of silver nanocubes

SEI

Cornell University
Kyser SEI video
Cornell University
A 30 minute video to be used as part of NNIN SEI Training.

Tour

University of Michigan
Brief video tour of the Lurie Nanofabrication Facility at the University of Michigan
Georgia Institute of Technology
Brief video tour of the Marcus Nanotechnoogy Building at Georgia Tech
Cornell University
A brief video tour of the CNF facility at Duffield Hall