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View Resource SCME YouTube Channel

The Southwest Center for Microsystems Education is a Regional Advanced Technology Education Center funded in part by the National Science Foundation. The center provides information and training on the applications and fabrication of microsystems devices. This page contains a collection of videos on Deposition, Photolithography, Micromachining, Pressure Sensors, DNA Hybridization, and a variety...

View Resource Patterning for Nanotechnology Laboratory Activities

This set of resources created and presented by the Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge (NACK) Center present a foundation in patterning for nanotechnology. The website includes an overview document and a series of activities for download. The activities are: Pattern Transfer: Photolithography Practice, Pattern Transfer: Microcontact Printing, Multiple Level Pattern Transfer:...

View Resource Photolithography Overview for MEMS

This page from the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education features a learning module which describes a general overview of the photolithography process use in the fabrication of microsystems as well as integrated circuits. A participant guide, instructor guide (both in PDF format) and a comprehensive powerpoint presentation are included. Users are encouraged to register and log in in order...

View Resource Small Scale Stenciling

This lab, presented by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, introduces students to "some of the challenges of making semiconductor chips and waveguides." These parts of electronic circuits will help students to understand the role of nanotechnology and nanofabrication processes and specifically the application of photolithography in computer chip manufacturing. In this lab, ...

View Resource Photolithography Overview for MEMS

This YouTube video, created by Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME), provides an overview of the photolithography​. The lecture runs for 12:02 seconds and covers photolithography as a part of the MEMS fabrication process, including the steps of production. More information can be found on the SCME website. 

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