April 7, 2022
University community invited to tour nano and microelectronics lab today
Jungkwun Kim, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, will kick off a series of Carl R. Ice College of Engineering lab tours by opening his nano and microelectronics lab at 3 p.m. Thursday, April 7, in 0035 Rathbone Hall.
The university community is invited to tour the lab as well as hear about Kim’s research program. The college plans to host a series of laboratory tours designed to exhibit the capabilities of each facility as well as foster collaboration within the Kansas State University research community.
Kim’s laboratory is equipped with a variety of microfabrication and characterization tools, including a scanning electron microscope, laser-driven 3D printers, digital and analog microscopes, plasma-driven metal deposition and etching equipment, a network analyzer with a bandwidth of up to 40 GHz, a potentiostat, mask aligner, mask writer and laser machining tools, among other tools.