Microengineering Cleanroom Laboratory
Dartmouth College
Thayer School of Engineering
Director: Christopher G. Levey
Founder: Albert K. Henning


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Overview

The Dartmouth Solid State Microengineering Laboratory includes class 100 and 1000 cleanroom laboratories, located in room 223 of Cummings Hall at the Dartmouth College Thayer School of Engineering in Hanover, NH 03755-8000. Currently funded research includes applications in microelectronics, micromachining, MEMS, and binary optics. Equipment is available for photolithography; e-beam lithography; wet chemical processing; film deposition and processing; analysis; and design, layout, and simulation.

The microengineering laboratory is available to qualified members of the Dartmouth community, and by arrangement to other local research interests. Lab work in the cleanroom is an integral part of several undergraduate courses. Students with projects in the cleanroom range from first year undergraduates to graduate students.


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