SNF Labmember Survey

Jane Edwards Jane.Edwards at stanford.edu
Tue Oct 1 09:31:14 PDT 2002


SNF Labmember Survey

Dear Labmembers:

Your friendly neighborhood SNF staff and faculty Advisory Committee, on
behalf of the National Science Foundation, are asking for your help in
providing feedback about our lab. In addition to satisfying the NSF
reporting requirement, the survey results will be used by the staff and
the Advisory Committee to set the agenda and priorities for the lab.
Your honest, constructive feedback is valued.  

In order to encourage feedback (NSF requires that we provide a 75%
response rate), labmembers who return survey forms will be automatically
entered into a drawing for a free lunch at Bytes cafe.  The 10 lucky
labmembers, picked at random, will be notified by email by 10/18/02. 

Blank survey forms will be available outside the lab entrance and online
at the SNF website (http://snf.stanford.edu).  PDF and Word versions of
the forms are also attached to this email or in text form at the bottom
of this email. Forms may be returned to the labeled box outside the lab
entrance or by mail to:

Labmember Survey
Attn:  Jane Edwards
CIS Room 130, Mail code 4070
jane.edwards at stanford.edu
Stanford University
Stanford, CA.  94305-4075

Please return responses by 10/15/02.  Responses will then be tabulated
and summarized for all labmembers to review.


Thank you for your help,

On behalf of NSF, the SNF Staff and Advisory Committee



_________________________________________
SNF LABMEMBER SURVEY 2002

I.  YOUR USE OF THE LAB

   1.  Are you a PI? ___Yes   ___No (If yes, please skip to section II.)

   2.  Your Coral login   _____________________

   3.  How long have you been using the SNF?  ____________________

   4.  Which of the following best describes your personal use of the
lab? (Please choose one)

    ___ Occasional (less than 8 hours/month)
    ___ Light (8-32 hours/month)
    ___ Moderate (32-64 hours/month)
    ___ Heavy (64-160 hours/month)
    ___ Live there (>160 hours/month)


  5.  What is the general complexity of your devices?
    _________ # mask layers
    _________ critical line width dimension
    _________ critical alignment tolerance

  6.  What substrates do you use? (Check all that apply)

    ___ Silicon
    ___ GaAs
    ___ Quartz/fused silica
    ___ Glass/Pyrex
    ___ Sapphire
    ___ Other (describe) ______________________

   7.  What substrate size do you usually use? (Check all that apply)

    ___ 2"
    ___ 3"
    ___ 4"
    ___ 5"
    ___ 6"
    ___ pieces
    ___ other(describe) _______________

   8.  What are your contamination control requirement for your project?
(Check all that apply)

    ___ CMOS clean
    ___ Standard Metal-compatible
    ___ Nonstandard  (Gold and alkali metals acceptable)

   9.  Please rate the following on a scale from 1 to 5: (1=Poor; 5=
Excellent; NA= Not applicable).

        Facility preparation for your visit
        Staff support
        Adequacy of training
        Quality of the equipment resource
        Adequacy of the equipment resources to your needs
        Accessibility of equipment
        Achievement of your expectations
        Value received for your expense
        Overall effectiveness of the program


II.  YOUR RESEARCH

   1.  What is your Labmember Category (choose one):
    ___ Stanford University
    ___ Non-Stanford Academic
    ___ Industry/Government
    ___ Other (describe) ______________________

   2.   Please choose one of the following NSF categories to describe
the general area of your research:
    ___ Electronics/semiconductor devices
    ___ Process  Characterization
    ___ Physics
    ___ Biology
    ___ Chemistry
    ___ MEMS
    ___ Optics
    ___ Materials

   3.  Please choose those categories which describe your research
(check any and all that apply):

    ___ NANOSCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
        ___ NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS
        ___ NANOELECTRONICS
        ___ SENSORS

    ___ ELECTRONICS
        ___ PROCESS DESIGN
        ___ MATERIALS
        ___ STRUCTURES

    ___ BIOLOGY
        ___ BIOMEDICAL/BIOANALYTICAL
        ___ BASIC CELL/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
        ___ BIOMIMETICS

    ___ PHOTONICS
        ___ OPTICAL PHYSICS
        ___ OPTICAL MEMS
        ___ MATERIALS/PASSIVE STRUCTURES
        ___ ELECTROOPTICS

    ___ OTHER:
        ___ MICROFLUIDICS
        ___ APPLIED PHYSICS
        ___ CIVIL ENGINEERING/GEOLOGY
        ___ SURFACE SCIENCE
        ___ POLYMER CHEMISTRY
        ___ SENSORS
        ___ PACKAGING
        ___ OTHER (describe):___________


III.  WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE SEE THE LAB TO GO?

   1.  What do you see as the SIX most critical tools in the lab for
your research?  (Please rank.)


   2.  What kind of modifications or improvements would you like to see
in thess or other equipment?


   3.  What new equipment, tools or processes would you like to see in
the lab?








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