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Administrative Contact:
Mary Nguyen
Nanofabrication Facility
3605 Cullen Blvd, Rm 1009
Houston, TX 77204-5062
Phone: 713-743-4104
Email: dknguyen [at] uh [dot] edu

Technical Contact:
Long Chang
Nanofabrication Facility
3605 Cullen Blvd, Rm 1007A
Houston, TX 77204-5062
Phone: 713-743-5235
Email: lvchang [at] central [dot] uh [dot] edu

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News

Nanofab inventory host computer
March 21, 2014

We've just rolled out the new Nanofab Inventory to help you ID and claim ownership of your items and chemicals that you are storing in the cleanroom.

November 20, 2013

Students from Spring High School visited the University of Houston on a tour arranged by the UH ASME Student Chapter .

Only You Can Prevent This Stage From Crashing Into The Pole Tip
September 17, 2013

We are promoting pole tip awareness for our FIB and SEM users.

August 27, 2013

Nanotechnology researchers at the University of Houston will soon be able to work faster than ever thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Photographer setting up shot of UHV Sputtering System
June 17, 2013

The UH Nanofab cleanroom was one of the sites selected for the Cullen College of Engineering's student recruitment video, here are some behind the scenes photos from the shoot.

Denton Desk II Sputtering System
May 07, 2013

We now have a Denton Desk II sputtering system available for use.

Band Saw
April 25, 2013

We don't always do nanofab, sometimes we need to do macrofab too and we are very grateful to Metal Sawing Technology http://www.metalsaw.com/ for donating this band saw to the UH Nanofab.

Plot of number of active users vs. time
March 01, 2013

Our user base continues to grow. The UH Nanofabrication Facility is available to researchers both on and off campus; we're here to help the nanotechnology community in Houston and beyond. We've also started offering contract services so if you cannot come in person our staff can still help you.

ABM Mask Aligner
February 06, 2013

The new ABM mask aligner features a user-friendly interface and a rugged design to provide us with maximum up-time. It provides us with the capability of working on larger wafers as well as small pieces and this system features backside alignment. We would like to express our appreciation to Prof. Gila Stein, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, for making this tool available to the Houston research community via the UH Nanofabrication Facility.