The E341 MEMS Fab Class is coming!

Mary Tang mtang at stanford.edu
Fri Apr 2 16:40:14 PDT 2010


Dear Labmembers:


The E341 MEMS Fab Class begins in the lab next week.  This is an 
intensive, popular 10-week, hands-on fabrication course (for more info, 
check the class website.)  In addition to lectures, the course has a 
series of formal lab sessions, scheduled for Mondays, 8-12 and 1-5 and 
Wednesdays, from 1-5, and starting a few weeks in, E341 students are 
expected to begin processing on their own in the lab.  This year, we're 
fortunate to have Beth Pruitt, a former SNF labmember herself, teaching 
the course, with Nahid Harjee roped in to serve again as head TA. 

Please be aware that various equipment will be reserved for the lab 
sessions and that the regular 15-minute rule will not apply during these 
sessions.  For your reference, the E341 equipment schedules will be 
posted outside the gowning room.  If you would like to squeeze use of a 
tool reserved for E341 while it is idle, please check with the TA for 
that lab session (contact info on the posted schedule.)

For anyone not familiar with this course (although between veteran 
students, TA's, instructors and mentors, I'm not sure there aren't many 
who haven't contributed over the years), you should know that these 
students will be your SNF labmates in a few short weeks.  Please give 
them your support by answering questions and offering advice.

Thanks for your attention --

The organizers of E341 and your SNF Staff






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