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CNF User Monthly Reminders
"Monthly Reminder" messages are an effort to keep everyone informed of upcoming events and reminded of basic lab use

Wednesday Open Tech Discussions
Every Wednesday, the CNF technical staff are available from 1:30-3:30p in the CNF conference room (250 Duffield Hall) to discuss your research issues. RSVP to the User Program Managers, [email].

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Nov 22, 2017
Holiday Lab Schedule and Closings
December Schedules:

Tool Cooling Water Maintenance: Select etch and thin film tools will be unavailable starting late afternoon on 12/20 for cooling water maintenance work to be performed on 12/21. This is not a lab wide impact, only a subset of the CNF tools will be impacted. We will block out and post a list of unavailable tools the date gets closer.

Winter Break: The CNF lab will close at noon on 12/22 to allow time to power down and secure tools for the break. The lab will re-open at noon on 1/2/18. Some tools may take longer to stabilize and become available for use. While the Cleanroom will not have any access, the CAD room will be available for use by users over the break.

Dec 12, 2017
DWL2000 *DOWN*
The DWL2000 is DOWN again due to focus system issues. HIMT is working on the problem. This notice will be updated as more info is available.

Garry
Nov 17, 2017
UPDATED - ASML DUV Stepper *UNAVAILABLE* January 9th - 12th
The ASML DUV stepper will be unavailable due to a maintenance visit beginning January 9th. Please plan accordingly.

Garry

Nov 22, 2017
Holiday Lab Schedule and Closings
December Schedules:

Tool Cooling Water Maintenance: Select etch and thin film tools will be unavailable starting late afternoon on 12/20 for cooling water maintenance work to be performed on 12/21. This is not a lab wide impact, only a subset of the CNF tools will be impacted. We will block out and post a list of unavailable tools the date gets closer.

Winter Break: The CNF lab will close at noon on 12/22 to allow time to power down and secure tools for the break. The lab will re-open at noon on 1/2/18. Some tools may take longer to stabilize and become available for use. While the Cleanroom will not have any access, the CAD room will be available for use by users over the break.
Nov 21, 2017
Aqua Adventure January 27th!
CNF will be hosting the 12th annual FIRST LEGO League Expo on Saturday, January 27th. Registration is now open for Aqua Adventure!
More information and registration....
Sep 07, 2017
REGISTER NOW! JANUARY 2018 CNF TCN!
This intensive 3.5 day short course -- Technology & Characterization at the Nanoscale (CNF TCN) -- will be offered January 9-12, 2018. Combining lectures and laboratory demos, the CNF TCN is an ideal way for researchers to rapidly come up to speed in many of the technologies the CNF offers.
More Information and Registration....
Notice Archive

January 2018 CNF TCN
January 9, 2018 through January 12, 2018
This intensive 3.5 day short course offered by the Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility, combines lectures and laboratory demonstrations designed to impart a broad understanding of the science and technology required to undertake research in nanoscience. TCN is an ideal way for faculty, graduate students, post docs and staff members to rapidly come up to speed in many of the technologies that users of the CNF need to employ. Members of the high tech business community will also find it an effective way to learn best practices for success in a nanofab environment. Attendance is open to the general scientific community, but class size is limited.
For more information: http://cnf.cornell.edu/cnf_tcn_january_2018.html
Contact Rebecca Vliet at vliet@cnf.cornell.edu or


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