Crump Micro/Nano Fabrication Laboratory
The Crump Micro/Nano Fabrication Laboratory is a 400 ft2 class 1000 cleanroom facility located in the Integrated Systems Nanofabrication Cleanroom (ISNC) of the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI). Activities in this facility include development, fabrication, and testing of microfluidic (lab-on-a-chip) devices for applications such as radiochemical synthesis, cell culture, and in vitro cell assays. Additional state-of-the art fabrication and characterization tools are available in the ISNC.
All members of the Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging are invited to use these facilities, after training and certification by the lab manager.
Overview of the cleanroom
- Prof. Michael van Dam, Director
- Seunghyun "Noel" Ha, Lab Manager (graduate student)
If you are looking for a collaborator to assist with design and/or fabrication of PDMS microfluidic devices, please contact Prof. Michael van Dam to discuss your goals.
- Solvent / photoresist fume hood
- Acid / base fume hood
- Spin-coater (WS-650SZ-6NPP/LITE, Laurell Technologies)
- Hot plates
- Oven (Isotemp Standard Lab Oven, Fisher Scientific)
- Vacuum Desiccators
- Digital microscopes (______)
- Hole puncher (Technical Innovations)
- Corona Discharge bonder (LM4816-11MS-MSA, Enercon Industries)
- Oxygen Plasma Bonder (Harrick PDC-001)
- Xurography film cutter (______) [located in CNSI 4310]
Corona discharge bonder
Stereo zoom microscope