James Meindl Legacy Project

For over twenty years the U.S. has been losing its competitive edge in producing trained workers for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers. We are deeply committed to uncover compelling stories that will engage youth to discover and invent the next great ideas to benefit mankind. We want to help parents instill in their children the values needed to solve tomorrow’s problems with confidence and to choose careers that will provide meaningful career paths. With your support, we will bring K-12 students into the real world of today’s young researchers who will use their laboratories at Georgia Tech to create “Teachable Moment” demonstrations.

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Become A User.

It's easy to become a user and use our facilities. Just follow this link to sign into our system and then attend an orientation.

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Process Consultation

Talk to our process experts for advice on your process using our tools.

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Have us do your processing!

The IEN has cleanroom and lab facilities which you can use to do your processing.

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Attend Training

The IEN has cleanroom and lab facilities which you can use to do your processing.

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Get a Better Idea of Nano Scale

This is a great online application for getting a better grasp of the nano scale. By zooming in and out you can see examples of objects in many different scales.

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World Class Capabilities

The Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology is a leader in the fields of Microelectronics and Nanotechnology. Our staff support your processing through our equipment, facilities and process support.

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State of the Art Equipment and Facilities

The IEN is comprosed of labs and cleanrooms in several buildings on the Georgia Tech campus with a wide variety of processing and materials support along with the expertise of the IEN staff.

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Proud Member of the NNIN

The Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology is a proud member of the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network.

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Controls Replacement Projects

At the IEN we have replaced the controls systems on 12 pieces of semiconductor fabrication equipment. This gives us the ability to create a new control system for a piece of equipment with an obsolete or failing control system. By doing this we increase uptime of critical tools, reduce training time across tools, add any new features to the system we desire and have the ability to datalog and points on the tool to assist in staff troubleshooting and user documentation of processes. Please contact Jason Herrington at jasonherrington@gatech.edu if you would like more information on the controls projects or adding a feature to on of these tools.

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James Meindl Legacy Project

For over twenty years the U.S. has been losing its competitive edge in producing trained workers for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers. We are deeply committed to uncover compelling stories that will engage youth to discover and invent the next great ideas to benefit mankind. We want to help parents instill in their children the values needed to solve tomorrow’s problems with confidence and to choose careers that will provide meaningful career paths. With your support, we will bring K-12 students into the real world of today’s young researchers who will use their laboratories at Georgia Tech to create “Teachable Moment” demonstrations.

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