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Nanosystems Laboratory

Summary:

NanoSystems Laboratory (NSL) provides users with access to advanced material characterization and fabrication tools for research and development applications. NSL operates a diverse set of research instrumentation and research capabilities including Focused Ion Beam/Scanning Electron Microscopy, X-ray diffractometry, SQUID magnetometry, Atomic Force/Magnetic Force microscopy, EDS X-ray microanalysis, e-beam lithography, Electron Spin Resonance spectroscopy, Physical Vapor material deposition, ion milling, ICP/RIE etching, maskless photolithography, Low-Temperature/ High Magnetic field magnetotransport measurements, diamond CVD growth, Kerr microscopy and magneto-optical material studies. NSL also operates two 1,100-square-foot clean room facilities. One clean room houses instruments for material deposition and processing for photo/e-beam lithography, while the other clean room is devoted to processing organic spintronic devices, and other air and moisture sensitive materials. It is equipped with four interconnected gloveboxes with Ar and N₂ atmosphere.

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    Resource Collection

    • Center for Emergent Materials Collection ( Resource Collection )

      NSF Funding Acknowledgment Language
      It is vital that publications resulting from CEM funding acknowledge the grant, including the grant number (DMR-2011876). The NSF will not credit CEM for publications if the grant number is missing or incorrect. Publications acknowledgements are an important factor in demonstrating the center’s level of performance. It is necessary for the continued success of the center that the CEM is properly acknowledged.

      The NSF closely examines acknowledgements in all CEM publications to determine if CEM should be credited, and to determine whether the research was primarily or only partially supported by CEM. If CEM is the primary source of support either state primary support explicitly or avoid the use of language suggesting partial support.

      Primary Support
      (> 50% support from CEM; students, post-docs, materials/supplies, facilities, user fees, etc.)

      “Funding for this research was provided by the Center for Emergent Materials: an NSF MRSEC under award number DMR-2011876.”
      Partial Support
      (< 50% support from CEM; students, post-docs, materials/supplies, facilities, user fees, etc.)

      “We acknowledge partial support from the Center for Emergent Materials: an NSF MRSEC under award number DMR-2011876.”
      Facilities
      (No direct support for students, etc., but research and subsequent publication directly impacted by use CEM-funded facilities)

      “Funding (or Partial funding) for shared facilities used in this research was provided by the Center for Emergent Materials: an NSF MRSEC under award number DMR-2011876.”

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