Equipment & Training Schedule

Equipment List

Technical Contacts

Drawl, William

Research and Development Engineer

wrd1@psu.edu
814-863-8558

N105 MILLENNIUM SCI COMPLEX
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA 16802

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Jones, Beth

Research and Development Engineer

baj2@psu.edu
1-814-863-1694

N104 Millennium Science Complex University Park, PA 16802

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Liu, Bangzhi

Research Associate

bul2@psu.edu
814-863-0964

N154 MILLENNIUM SCI COMPLEX
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA 16802

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Fitzgerald, Andrew

Engeering Support Specialist

amf24
814-867-2657

N153 MILLENNIUM SCI COMPLEX
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA 16802

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Deposition and Growth

Deposition and Growth

A sheet of microfluidic devices on a flexible substrate for glucose measurement

Overview of Deposition and Growth Capabilites

Capabilities include plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD), sputtering, thermal and e-gun evaporation, atomic layer deposition (ALD), silanization, electroplating, oxidation, sol-gel and spin coating.  A wide range of thicknesses are possible from monolayers to 100's microns thick.  The staff have the experience to provide guidance on starting conditions for most films and applications.

Deposition & Growth Equipment

Elements Deposited as Films at the Nanofab

The Penn State Nanofab deposition capabilities offer enormous compositional flexibility.  The range of films deposited within the Nanofab encompass over 50 elements on the periodic table as highlighted in the table below.