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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

Micro Nano Tech Conference 2016

MNT 2016 Conference In , June 28th - 30th, 2016

The MNT ATE Centers would like to invite you to the 5th annual Micro Nano Tech conference!

Go to the website: http://www.mnt-conference.net/ for more details!

Teach MEMS On a Tight Budget

Check out our latest publication "Teach MEMS On a Tight Budget" - March Issue of Tech Directions! This was a colalboratively written article between Matthias Pleil and G.H. Massiha.  "GH" attended one of SCME's pressure sensor cleanroom workshops at our Univeristy of South Florida partner site.  GH uses and advocates the use of SCME materials in STEM classes.

Welcome to the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education

Welcome to the SCME-NM.org Website!  

Funded by the National Science Foundation, DUE #1205138

My name is Matthias Pleil, I am the Principal Investigator for the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education, a National Science Foundation supported Advanced Technological Education Center at the University of New Mexico.  Welcome to our site!   Follow me on Twitter and check out the MEMS for High School Students Facebook page.twitter_logo.png

Read more: Welcome to the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education

SCME now on YouTube

Newsflash: SCME now has a YouTube Channel - check out our animations and short lectures - we will be adding to this selection - use them to learn more about Microsystems applications and fabrication!  http://www.youtube.com/user/SCME2012

Don't forget to Subscribe!

MEMS Hands-on Kits Now Available

The Southwest Center for Microsystems now has 11 kits available for purchase!

Check out the Kit Descriptions and link to our Storefront to order yours today! 

Feel free to contact us directly if you have any questions and wish to learn more!



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