Welcome to the SNF Projects page. We plan to make this page a great starting point for exploring the projects that have been done by rearchers in our lab through courses and fellowships. This page is an evolving project, so if you have any helpful suggestions, we welcome them!
Course Projects E241/EE412 - E241 is a project course focused on developing processes for the SNF nanolabs, a shared facility that supports flexible lithography, heterogeneous integration, and rapid micro prototyping. Students can choose among several available projects or propose their own, with the objective of gaining experience in the practical aspects of process development and experimental design while contributing to SNF's library of processing methods.
Community Service Projects - SNF-supported lab member projects for process characterization and development which are beneficial for the lab community and result in a deliverable (report/process/tool) that is shared with the lab community.
nano@stanford Fellowship Projects - (SNF and SNSF) funds current Stanford graduate students for two consecutive quarters (25% GRA per quarter) in developing educational materials. Projects should be focused on supporting new or non-traditional users and the larger lab member community in obtaining background knowledge on instruments, tools, and/or processes.