Subject: ANNOUNCEMENT: Please welcome RAITH Group XIV to the Raith community.
From: James Conway <jwc@snf.stanford.edu>
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2005 12:11:06 -0700
Wed, 29 Jun 2005 12:11:06 -0700
Greetings Raith Community:

Please welcome the next six users from RAITH Group XIV into the RAITH 
Community!

These individuals worked very hard with me attending both the Four Day 
Short Course and several additional user sessions and everyone did a 
fine job of coming up to speed as Basic Operators on the RAITH 150 system.

Please work with them and promote the concept of "Sharing the Ride" on 
your runs while working on the system.  This will help us to reduce the 
load lock sample exchange time overhead and enable more people to 
complete their work on the RAITH 150.

Thank you for your support!

James Conway
SNF

<>Raith Group XIV:
 

1. Serena Faruque serenaf@stanford.edu <mailto:serenaf@stanford.edu> Coral: serenaf


Peter Peumans Group, Electrical Engineering Project: Nanowires placed into circuits
for nano-electronics. 

2. SangBum Kim kimsangb@stanford.edu <mailto:kimsangb@stanford.edu> Coral: kimsangb


H.S. Philip Wong Group Project: nonvolatile memory devices

<>3. Sun-Hae Hong shhong@stanford.edu <mailto:shhong@stanford.edu> 
Coral:  shhong
Yamamoto Group Project: Quantum Dots for Quantum Information Devices.

4. Jun Pan panjun@stanford.edu <mailto:panjun@stanford.edu> Coral: panjun  

 Jim Harris Group  Project:  Stopping Light using a Photonic Crystal

5. Xinran Wang xinranw@gmail.com <mailto:xinranw@gmail.com> Coral: xinranw

Dai Group:  nano-scale Carbon nanotubes and nano-wires (Ge)

6. Yuerui Lu yueruilu@stanford.edu <mailto:yueruilu@stanford.edu> Coral: 
lorry

Dai group:  Carbon Nanotube synthesis

Everyone Gained Qualification on June 28, 2005

 




Greetings Raith Community:

Please welcome the next six users from RAITH Group XIV into the RAITH Community!

These individuals worked very hard with me attending both the Four Day Short Course and several additional user sessions and everyone did a fine job of coming up to speed as Basic Operators on the RAITH 150 system.

Please work with them and promote the concept of "Sharing the Ride" on your runs while working on the system.  This will help us to reduce the load lock sample exchange time overhead and enable more people to complete their work on the RAITH 150.

Thank you for your support!

James Conway
SNF

<>Raith Group XIV:
 
1. Serena Faruque serenaf@stanford.edu Coral: serenaf 
Peter Peumans Group, Electrical Engineering Project: Nanowires placed into circuits for nano-electronics. 
2. SangBum Kim kimsangb@stanford.edu Coral: kimsangb 
H.S. Philip Wong Group Project: nonvolatile memory devices
<>3. Sun-Hae Hong shhong@stanford.edu Coral:  shhong
Yamamoto Group Project: Quantum Dots for Quantum Information Devices.
4. Jun Pan panjun@stanford.edu Coral: panjun  
 Jim Harris Group  Project:  Stopping Light using a Photonic Crystal

5. Xinran Wang xinranw@gmail.com Coral: xinranw

Dai Group:  nano-scale Carbon nanotubes and nano-wires (Ge)

6. Yuerui Lu yueruilu@stanford.edu Coral: lorry

Dai group:  Carbon Nanotube synthesis

Everyone Gained Qualification on June 28, 2005