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Mar 25, 2017
JEOL 6300 - beam current too low to be useable
After the new emitter in the JEOL 6300 aged for a week, the beam current dropped to near zero and the beam needs to be realigned or the filament current needs to be adjusted. If alignment is all that is needed, the system should be useable again on Monday March 27. If not, it may be a few days before it is available for use.
Mar 25, 2017
JEOL 6300 - beam current too low to be useable
After the new emitter in the JEOL 6300 aged for a week, the beam current dropped to near zero and the beam needs to be realigned or the filament current needs to be adjusted. If alignment is all that is needed, the system should be useable again on Monday March 27. If not, it may be a few days before it is available for use.
Mar 14, 2017
Zeiss Ultra SEM is available, without airlock
Zeiss found the vacuum leak in the Ultra SEM and started a bakeout over the weekend. It is available for use, but the airlock is not working, so all samples will need to go in through the big door. Please ask the staff for help if you are not familiar with this procedure.
Mar 20, 2017
Photolithography Training Sessions for the Week of March 20th
General Photolithography training will be offered Tuesday at 1:30PM. We will meet in the Spinner room.

Heidelberg DWL66fs Mask Writer Training will be offered Tuesday at 3:30PM. Meet at the tool.

MA6 Mask aligner, ABM Mask aligner, and MJB4 Mask aligner training can be scheduled with Edward Camacho.
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For any other training sessions, this week contact the tool owner for scheduling. Please review the materials available at each of the web pages associated with the tools above.

No pre-registration is necessary.

BE ON TIME!

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Edward/Garry/Mike/John
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REGISTER ONLINE! JUNE 2017 CNF TCN
June 6, 2017 through June 9, 2017
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_june_2017.html
Contact Rebecca Vliet at vliet@cnf.cornell.edu or


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