April 4, 2022
Campus invited to tour nano and microelectronics lab
The Carl R. Ice College of Engineering will host a series of laboratory tours to exhibit the capabilities of each facility as well as foster collaboration within the Kansas State University research community.
Jungkwun Kim, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, will kick off the series by opening his nano and microelectronics lab for a tour at 3 p.m. April 7 in 0035 Rathbone Hall.
The university community is invited to tour the lab as well as hear about Kim’s research program.
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.