The Nanofab is the center for device fabrication at UBC for multidisciplinary applications including microfabrication of microfluidics devices (for proteomics, DNA sequencing, lab-on-chip, cell cultures), photonics (photonic crystals, lasers, modulators), and nano-electronics (carbon nanotube devices, graphene electronics).
The facility is used by research groups from the faculties of Applied Science, Science and Dentistry, as well as off-campus academic and industrial users.
The Nanofabrication Facility is a cleanroom laboratory situated on the fourth floor of the AMPEL building.
The AMPEL Nanofabrication Facility is a fee-based laboratory open to UBC and outside users, as a service, or for trained users. As a service laboratory in Vancouver, our experienced process staff are available to perform fabrication tasks ranging from single steps to full device fabrication. To gain access to the facility and for any other enquiries, please contact the director, Kostis Michelakis, at 604-827-3228 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equipment reservations are made through Bumblebee …
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