Subject: Re: Philip Wong's Freshman Seminar - Tour on 10/10
From: James Conway <jwc@snf.stanford.edu>
Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2008 17:25:40 -0700
Thu, 09 Oct 2008 17:25:40 -0700
Hi Mary,

I will not be in tomorrow.

However there is almost always someone skilled in EBL and SEM working in 
the lab and I am sure they would be happy to show off their work to the 
students and visitors.

Best,

JWC


Mary Tang wrote:
> Hi all --
>
> Philip is organizing another SNF lab tour for his freshman seminar on 
> nanotechnology.  He'd like to schedule this for 2:15-4 pm on Friday, 
> Oct. 10.  As last year, there will be two, 45 minute sessions, each 
> with about 8 students.  While one session is in a classroom, getting a 
> "what is SNF" presentation, looking at and playing with wafers, the 
> other session will be getting the cleanroom tour.  Then around 3 pm, 
> they will switch.
>
> I'll take care of the presentation and wafers.  Could you please help 
> with the in-lab tour?  Paul is also available to help where needed.
> James -- last year, you were working in the lab and showing off Raith 
> and 4160 images -- could you be around to do this again this year?  
> (It seems appropriate to show them some real nanotechnology, since 
> it's the theme of the class.)
>
> By the way, this is how we found Lili -- she took this class and had 
> the lab tour -- and then contacted us about working here.  Who knows?  
> There may be another winner in this crowd!
>
> So, please let me know your availability --
>
> Thanks,
>
> Mary
>
>


Hi Mary,

I will not be in tomorrow.

However there is almost always someone skilled in EBL and SEM working in the lab and I am sure they would be happy to show off their work to the students and visitors.

Best,

JWC


Mary Tang wrote:
Hi all --

Philip is organizing another SNF lab tour for his freshman seminar on nanotechnology.  He'd like to schedule this for 2:15-4 pm on Friday, Oct. 10.  As last year, there will be two, 45 minute sessions, each with about 8 students.  While one session is in a classroom, getting a "what is SNF" presentation, looking at and playing with wafers, the other session will be getting the cleanroom tour.  Then around 3 pm, they will switch.

I'll take care of the presentation and wafers.  Could you please help with the in-lab tour?  Paul is also available to help where needed.
James -- last year, you were working in the lab and showing off Raith and 4160 images -- could you be around to do this again this year?  (It seems appropriate to show them some real nanotechnology, since it's the theme of the class.)

By the way, this is how we found Lili -- she took this class and had the lab tour -- and then contacted us about working here.  Who knows?  There may be another winner in this crowd!

So, please let me know your availability --

Thanks,

Mary