This event highlighted the expanding capability of the NFK lab, particularly its new CFI-funded equipment for patterning, depositing, and etching materials at an extremely small scale, and highlighted work planned or being done in the lab.
Links to Presentations
Rob Knobel, Dept. Physics, Queen’s University – Introduction/About NFK
Dan Gale, VP and CTO, CMC Microsystems – CMC Microsystems and NFK
James Stotz, Dept. Physics, Queen’s University – Quantum control in Semiconductor Structures using Surface Acoustic Waves (SAWs)
Jean-Michel Nunzi, Depts. Chemistry/Physics, Queen’s University – Nano-bio Organic Devices at NFK
Cecile Malardier-Jugroot, Depts. Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, Royal Military College – Nano- and Micro-Fabrication-based Research at RMC
Matthew Sedore, NFK user, Dept. of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Queen’s University – Investigation of Plastic Yielding in Sub-micron Diameter Nickel Pillars (to come)