Prospective users and the current users:
Please watch these videos before you ask for a training to these tools
A virtual tour to the facility:
A training video how to get images using the Zeiss SEM:
A training video how to do electron beam lithography using e-line Raith:
A training video for the Fiji ALD:
A training video for how to etch using the deep Silicon etcher, Versaline
A manual for the new Bruker Icon. (Please read this manual before you ask for a training) Scanasyst modewithoutvideo.pdf
Training protocol at MRC during COVID-19
- We have received permission from the Vice President’s office to resume training, but under more restrictive conditions than prior to the pandemic. So, response times may be longer than usual.
- Training in groups may not be possible in order to maintain 6’ social distancing except for the acid and solvent hoods where more than one person may be accommodated as per the trainers.
- The trainers and trainees will be allowed to work at close quarters, less than 6’ apart, if necessary, but it is recommended that they keep those interactions to less than 15 minutes per training session. This also applies to researchers who might occasionally need to work together at close quarters.
MRC equipment users are required to train on the equipment they intend to use. All training request must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the Training Staff received your e-mail for a training request a training session day and time will be communicated to you. If for any reason you did not get any response from our engineers within 3 working days or you need to add information or discussion, or checking on status, please respond to the most recent email that was sent to you by UT Services on the topic of discussion. If you send a new email, you will generate another new ticket that can cause confusion and actually slow the process you’re requesting. Please send one email with one training request on one single tool. Please (cherry on top) do not request multiple tools training in one single email.
Please check the Sedona reservation page for the 'Tool Status', The tools which are down in Red.
To report the problems regardin the tool or the lab access issues, please specify your name and the tool name(s) in the subject line of an email to email@example.com.