SNF supports labmember projects for process characterization and development which are:
In return, SNF will support project efforts which may include providing such resources, as appropriate:
To get a community service project started:
Tips for Community Service Projects:
Community Service projects are joint projects with engineers from staff and other research groups. Be flexible with your experimental approach and even your objectives, in working with others.
A “good” Community Service Project should incorporate good experimental design practices wherever possible. In fact, you should either be familiar with DoE (Design of Experiments) principles or be prepared to learn about them!
You don’t HAVE to have a Community Service Project to participate! SNF encourages everyone to give back to the community by sharing knowledge and expertise. If you’ve already got process information to share, please share by contributing to this site!
|Project Name||Primary Lab Tools Used||Date|
|TXRF analysis of gold-contaminated wafers|
|STSetch2 High Aspect Ratio/Deep Trench Characterization|
|STS2 SOI Etch Characterization||01/2010|
|SNF Community Service Proposal for ALD Oxide Film Characterization||01/2015|
|Molecular Layer Deposition of Polyimide Thin Films||01/2015|
|MOCVD Regrown Ohmic Contacts to AlGaN/GaN Heterostructures- Community Service||03/2020|
|Low Stress Poly-Si Film Development||09/2009|
|Improve the performance of MOCVD grown GaN-on-Si HEMT structure||09/2015|
|Fabrication and Hall Measurements of Hydrogen-Terminated Diamond 2DHG Devices||04/2020|
|Community Service P-GaN/AlGAN/GaN E-mode HEMT||12/2020|
|Chemical Vapour Deposition of Carbon Nanotube in SNF||09/2019|
|Characterizing ALD HfO2 roughness based on different deposition conditions||09/2019|
|2009 EE410 LAYOUT DESIGN||09/2009|