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Integrated NanoMaterials Laboratory

Nanomaterials and nanostructures grown in INML are used in lasers, solar cells, detectors, transistors, modulators, and a wide range of other electronic and photonic devices.

Policies and Services

New Users Guide

  1. Lab Brochure
  2. Contact INML staff for MBE training and qualification
  3. UCLA Lab Safety Training (Environmental Health & Safety)
  4. Create User Account
  5. Equipment Reservation
  6. New User Agreement and NDA
  7. Core Facility User Safety Agreement

Services

  • Epitaxy Grade 1 – Simple proof of concept epitaxial services, not to extend more than 10 hours for the entire project.
  • Epitaxy Grade 2 – A more complex series of runs such as a series of samples with changes in parameters. This process will involve constant communication between the core team and the customer.
  • Epitaxy Grade 3 – Complete device growth where the device could be solar cells, lasers, transistors, and detectors. This service involves a significant level of planning and interaction between the core team and the customer.
  • Please contact the INML for more details on our pricing structure.

Additional Resources

AFM: Nano & Pico Characterization Laboratory (NPC – CNSI)

TEM: Electron Imaging Center for NanoMachines (EICN – CNSI)

Device Fabrication: Integrated Systems Nanofabrication Cleanroom (ISNC – CNSI)

Optical and Electrical Characterization: Huffaker Group – Dr. Diana Huffaker (UCLA)

XRD: Electronic Materials Group – Professor Mark S. Goorsky (UCLA)