MONT: Montana Nanotechnology Facility Webinar Series
From Microfluidics to Nano-optics: Building Devices in the Montana Microfabrication Facility
Prof. David Dickensheets, Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and MMF Director
Dr. Phil Himmer, MMF Manager and MONT Primary User Liaison
March 23, 2017
Date and Time: March 23, 2017, 12-1 pm (Mountain Standard Time)
Registration: Registration is free, but we do need participants to pre-register using the registration form.
Please register by Wednesday, March 22, using this Registration Form; seating is limited to 30 in Barnard Hall and 47 distance/videolink sites.
There are two options to participate:
- Attend in person: Burns Communication Center, Barnard Hall Room 217, Montana State Univ.
- Attend by videolink: An access code will be sent prior to the webinar to give you access to Adobe Connect
This Webinar will offer an overview of tools and processes available in the Montana Microfabrication Facility (MMF). We'll highlight several recent and ongoing projects, explaining the deposition, patterning, etching, metrology and packaging steps used in their fabrication. By watching this webinar, you should gain a broad overview of the MMF's capabilities, the types of projects we support, and even examples of local users integrating processes from our NNCI partner sites into their workflow. We'll also discuss how to get started if you have a project idea, the costs you should anticipate, and where to find more information.