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Dr. Pleil with Student at the MTTC
Teaching students about Microsystems Fabrication
Barbara Lopez at the MTTC
Teaching students the importance of safety in the clean room
Mathew, Olivia and Andy
Developing the chamber (backside) pressure sensor pattern
Olivia in the MTTC
Olivia is an EET student from Ivy Tech learning about MEMS fabrication
March Reactive Ion Etcher
Etching the Silicon Nitride hard mask
Rick and Andy using the March RIE
Rick and Andy etching the backside chamber mask pattern into the silicon nitride hard mask.
Rick using the |dq|AAA|dq| rule
Rick from Rio Salado learning how to fabricate a MEMS Pressure Sensor at UNM's MTTC cleanroom
SCME PS Workshop
Team Work during the SCME 8/2015 PS Workshop
Metal Evaporation
SCME Workshop - Cr/Au evaporation

MNT_Conf_1_Presentations & Reports

MNT Conference 1 - A Success!

The first Micro Nano Tech Conference held at the University of New Mexico was a great success!  You can find the presentations here, as well as the final Birds of a Feather Report and MNT1 Evaluation Report.  Feel free to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have questions or comments.

Summary Reports

Birds of a Feather Notes - James Hyder, SCME, MNT Team will review and produce a final report.

MNT1 Evaluation Report - David Hata, SCME External Evaluator



May 9-11, 2011 - Albuquerque, NM

Click to see the Conference Program details


Opening - The NSF ATE Program - Gerhard Salinger, NSF Program Officer

"Who We Are" - Introductions of the sponsoring ATE Centers

  • SCME - Matthias Pleil
  • MATEC - Michael Lesiecki
  • NACK - Bob Ehrmann
  • Nano-Link - Deborah Newberry
  • NEATEC - Abraham Michelen

Industry Panel Preseentations

Lunch Student Panel

Tours and Keynote - MESA and CINT

What We Do

Nano-Link Session

NACK Session

SCME Session










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