We are the Materials and Interface NanoTechnology Laboratory at the University of Maryland.
The research group is led by Prof. Oded Rabin of the Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering and the Institute for Research in Electronics and Applied Physics.
Our mission is to understand and exploit interactions between inorganic nanoscale objects and their chemical and physical environment.
Our efforts involve chemical synthesis, materials characterization, and proof-of-principle devices fabrication.
UMD Materials Science and Engineering
UMD Institute for Researh in Electronics and Applied Physics
UMD NanoPhotonics Laboratory (Prof. Edo Waks)
UMD Laboratory for Advanced Materials Processing (Prof. Gary Rubloff)
UMD Nanocenter Equipment Scheduler
UMD Maryland Energy Center
Office SuppliesSpecialty Chemicals
Innotech - cleanroom products (N2 guns, wipes)
Keithley - electronic equipment, meters, power supplies (alt: Xantrex), scopes (alt:agilent)
SRS Stanford Research - lock-in amplifiers, signal generators, sensing equipment
Omega Engineering - temperature sensing, thermocouple wires, pressure sensing, multimeters (alt: Fluka)
MBraum - glovebox products
Parr Instruments - acid digestion bombs