The Microelectronics Research Laboratory closely works with researchers in academic, government and industry to help solve problems in multidisciplinary science and engineering and high-tech industry, to train students and to carry out advanced research in micro- and nano-optoelectronics, solid state devices and electronic materials. The capabilities of the laboratory include a dry processing area for plasma processing, thin film metallization and dielectric, thermal processing, ultraviolet lithography, nano-imprint and most recently atomic layer deposition.
Please fill out two attached forms and send them with your REHS Certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org
E-mail subject heading of "[MERL Admission] Your Name"
Please indicate your unaccepted day and time of safety training, such as Monday morning in the e-mail, so we can schedule the training.
Files should be attached in the e-mail:
A team of NIST researchers joined MERL as the latest external government users, for advanced research and development of TFET and Nano Switching Memory applications.