Clean Room

The Engineering Research Center Clean Room is a central fabrication, processing, and characterization center intended to be used by a diverse campus wide research community. The more than 8000 square foot facility includes areas of class 10, 100, 1000, and 10,000 clean room spaces. It includes lithography, deposition, etching, oxidation, and electrical and optical characterization tools, some of which are featured above. 

The ERC Clean Room is a University facility that encourages use from all colleges and departments on campus as well as other academic and industrial users. To gain access to the facility one needs to complete the ERC Clean Room safety course as well as the OSHA online Hazardous Communications training courses. The completion of these and possessing appropriate personnel protective equipment will allow access to the laboratory facility. Additional training is required to use a majority of the facility equipment.


Headshot of Ronald Flenniken

Ronald Flenniken link

Microelectronics Engineer, CEAS - Clean Room

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Headshot of Jeffrey Russell Simkins

Jeffrey Russell Simkins link

Microelectronics Engineer, CEAS - Clean Room

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