The Micro/Nano Technology Center
The University of Louisville’s Micro/Nano Technology Center (MNTC) is a service center established in 2004. The class 100 / 1000 $30M 10,000ft2 cleanroom facility is used for fabrication of novel materials and devices. The facility includes a 1,000ft2 packaging and characterization lab with a 300 ft2 design/layout/simulation lab for MEMS and IC devices. University of Louisville faculty, other academic institutions and external businesses utilize the facility for research while the MNTC also provides micro and nanofabrication services well beyond its borders.
The Huson Imaging & Characterization Laboratory
The Huson Imaging & Characterization Laboratory (HICL) houses a complete suite of Scanning Electron Microscopes and Atomic Force Microscopes for both imaging and creating novel nano-scale structures. The HICL contains extensive nano-imaging tools together with specialized nanofabrication equipment.
The Micro/Nano Technology Center is located at the University of Louisville in the Shumaker Research Building, Rooms 106 & 122
University of Louisville
2210 South Brook Street
Louisville, KY 40292