Holonyak Micro & Nanotechnology Lab: The hub for semiconductor research and training in the Grainger College of Engineering
Holonyak Micro & Nanotechnology Lab: A jewel in The Grainger College of Engineering crown.
HMNTL is one of the country's largest and most sophisticated university facilities for conducting photonics, microelectronics, biotechnology, and nanotechnology research. Our 15 class 100 and 1000 cleanrooms, 46 general purpose labs, and 2,500 square foot biosafety level-2 bionanotechnology complex contain all the tools researchers need to conduct their work.
Device Characterization Labs
Offers a variety of ultra-high-speed optical and electrical measurement and test equipment.
9000 square feet of class 100 and class 1000 cleanroom space with all the equipment needed for fabrication of high-performance devices encompassing a wide range of applications.
Allows interdisciplinary biological and micro and nanotechnology research experiments to be carried out simultaneously—all under the same roof.
2030 STRATEGIC PLAN
Looking into the 10-year horizon, we envision that HMNTL, building on a legendary cross-disciplinary legacy, can become a national and world leader in several emerging research areas with the highest societal and technological impact.
The major research thrusts are envisioned in high-speed electronics, photonics, quantum technologies, nanoscale low-power computing devices, power electronics, translational biotechnologies and neurotechnologies.
Sep 21, 2023 - Sep 28, 2023
Professor Jane Bae, Graduate Aerospace Laboratories, Caltech
3100 Sidney Lu Mechanical Engineering Building
Aviaja Lyberth Hauptmann, PhD Institute of Health and Nature, University of Greenland "Fermented seal flippers and growing an Indigenous approach to science"
Aviaja Lyberth Hauptmann, PhD; Institute of Health and Nature, University of Greenland
612 Conference Center Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology
Professor Markus Buehler, Mechanical Engineering & Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) Auditorium
Room 1013, Electrical and Computer Engineering Building