History Index

 

History of the HEDCO Microelectronics Lab and the Utah Microfabrication Lab Precursors to the Utah Nanofab

 

History of the Surface Analysis and nanoscale Imaging Lab

 

Utah Nanofab and Micron Microscopy Core Staff - Sept. 2013

The team that developed and operated the Utah Nanofab and Surface Analysis & nanoImaging labs at the time of the September, 2013 opening of the SMBB facility. (L-R) Ryan Taylor, Brian Van Devener, Charles Fisher, Amy Van Roosendaal, Loren Rieth, Kevin Hensley, Steve Pritchett, Tony Olsen, Ian Harvey (kneeling), Florian Solzbacher, Brian Baker. Not shown: Paul Cole, Monica Heaton, Rachel Henderson.


 

staff members

 

Moving Equipment

 

moving day

 

List of Directors:

1976-1996           Professor Robert J. Huber, Director, HEDCO Microelectronics Laboratory

1996-2001           Professor Bruno Frazier, Co-Director, HEDCO Microelectronics Laboratory

                          Professor Lawrence Sadwick, Co-Director, HEDCO Microelectronics Laboratory

2001-2004           Professor Mark S. Miller, Director, Utah Microfabrication Lab

2004-2005           Professor Robert B. Roemer, Director, Utah Microfab and Surface Science and nano Imaging Lab

2005-2009           Professor Jerry Stringfellow, Director, Utah Microfab and Surface Science and nano Imaging Lab

2009-2011           Professor Florian Solzbacher, Director, Utah Microfab and Surface Science and nano Imaging Lab

2012 transition     (to SMBB / a USTAR Innovation Center) Professor Florian Solzbacher, Director, Utah Nanofab and Micron

                           Technology Foundation Inc. Microscopy Suite

2013                    Professor Bruce Gale, Director, Utah Nanofab and Micron Technology Foundation Inc. Microscopy Suite

                           Prof. Carlos Mastrangelo, Associate Director and Cleanroom User Committee Chair

                           Prof. Scott Anderson, Associate Director and Surface Lab User Committee Chair