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Electronic Characterization Laboratory (1L35)

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probe station status primary contact backup contact booking
calendar
booking
rules
electronic
log-in
(at tool)
SOP
room temperature/general purpose
Signatone CM-170
up Camino Nam FOM no  yes no
PV characterization
Rucker and Kolls
up Nam Camino yes no  yes yes
cryogenic (4 K)/magnetic field
LakeShore HFTTP4
up Camino Nam FOM no  yes  no
high temp (500 C)
MBE-Komponenten A0500
up Camino   FOM no yes no
wedge bonder
Kulicke & Soffa Model 4526
up Camino   FOM no yes no

booking calendar: yes = need to reserve tool time in calendar before using tool

booking rules: yes = specific rules exist for reserving tool time

electronic log-in (at tool): yes = need to log in (at tool) actual start and end time of tool usage

SOP = standard operating procedure (basic instructions)

 

 

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Last Modified: October 18, 2012
Please forward all questions about this site to: Fernando Camino.

 
 


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