The Utah Nanofab implemented a new billing and reservation system beginning August 1st, 2022.  Coral has been replaced with the HSC Cores system.  ALL members (including those using the facility through Service Requests) must ensure they have an active account in the Cores system by completing an authorization form for each billable project.  The authorization form can be found at https://cores.utah.edu/.  On the menu, select WORK AUTH FORMS, then the applicable option (On-Campus or Off-Campus).  Be sure to submit the form for processing.

Once you have an active account, you may log in to the system at https://resource.cores.utah.edu/auth/login.  It will be helpful to bookmark this link for future access.

A training session was held for the HSC system on Tuesday, July 26 at 11:00am over Zoom.  The session was recorded.  Click HERE to view the recording.

Utah Nanofab

The Utah Nanofab brings together two teams of experienced researchers, engineers and scientists with backgrounds in nano-fabrication, nano-scale surface analysis, and industrial process design.

Surface Analysis Lab

The Surface Analysis Lab is the Utah Nanofab’s analysis branch. It is home to the ~5,000 square foot microscopy suite containing optical, electron, and ion microscopes. The lab’s team of scientists and researchers have years of experience in the fields of surface topography, surface chemistry and optical and dielectric properties of materials. Find out more about specific instruments and techniques at the Surface Analysis Lab’s website or contact us to find out what we can do for you.

Utah Nanofab Cleanroom

The Utah Nanofab Cleanroom is the Utah Nanofab’s fabrication and process design branch. We have a team of experts with years of industrial and academic experience in nano-fabrication techniques. Our class 100/1000/10,000 cleanroom provides world-class equipment for lithography, deposition, etching, packaging, micro 3D printing, laser patterning, and more. We would be happy to talk with you and your organization about how we can provide access to the tools or experts you need to engineer successful and reliable fabrication processes. Please browse our processes page or contact our staff to find out more.

The Nanofab is proud to be a part of the DARPA Electronics Resurgence Initiative.

Sponsors

Office of Vice President of Research
College of Engineering