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Event Name:Indiana IMAPS Zoom Meeting
Event Type(s):Chapter Event
Description:Indiana IMAPS is planning its first 2022 Zoom meeting on February 10.
This afternoon meeting will feature a joint presentation by the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky on their complimentary microelectronics research, engineering services and working with our industry.  Here is an overview of their facilities and capabilities:

The University of Kentucky's Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CeNSE) is an open access research facility serving academic and industrial users and consists of class 100 and class 1000 cleanroom spaces and supporting laboratories.   CeNSE is part of the KY Multiscale node of the NSF's National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure.  The College of Engineering Innovation Center makerspace is open for individual student projects, class activities and research prototyping.  The Innovation Center provides self-paced training, support staff, materials and access to equipment including 3D printing, vacuum forming, laser cutting, CNC routing and PCB mills.  In the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, the Engineering Prototyping and Invention Center (EPIC) offers additional prototyping facilities, pick and place, reflow oven and electrical test equipment.
Dr. Janet K. Lumpp - University of Kentucky

Professor and Assoc Chair, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Electrical Engineering
   phone:    859-257-4985 

The Micro/Nano Technology Center at the University of Louisville is comprised of its $30M class 100/1000 10,000 ft2 cleanroom and the $5M Huson Imaging & Characterization Laboratory. Both labs are open access that support a wide range of research initiated by faculty, academic institutions, start-ups, medium and large businesses locally and around the country. Extensive capabilities reside within both facilities for imaging and characterization, micro/nanotechnology, sensors, transducers, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), advanced materials, biomedical, space, and governmental applications.  Operations emphasize ease of access to the facilities, on-site fabrication services, protection of intellectual property (IP), a large array of capabilities and experience, online bill payment, competitive pricing and a business mindset.
Julia Aebersold, Ph.D.
Manager, Micro/Nano Technology Center
University of Louisville
Shumaker Research Building, Room 233
2210 South Brook Street
Louisville, KY  40292
(502) 852-1572
Event Date:2/10/2022
Event Time:Time TBD
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