Ralf Heilmann, Associate Director, Space Nanotechnology Laboratory
|Jan/05||Tue||03:15PM-04:15PM||Marlar Lounge 37-252|
Enrollment: tour limited to 6 people who attend talk preceding tour & sign up in person
Sign-up by 01/05
Limited to 6 participants
Prereq: Attendance of talk (2:30-3:15pm) preceding tour
During the tour of the SNL's three clean rooms visitors will see sophisticated optical (interference lithography stations for the fabrication of submicron period gratings, high power UV laser, metrology station for optics shape measurements, sub-nanometer resolution interferometers, etc.) and mechanical systems (XY-air-bearing stage, sub-micron accuracy alignment system, environmental enclosure, active vibration isolation, etc.) that support the development of thin-foil x-ray optics and gratings.
Max 6 people, advance sign-up required starting at 2:25 pm in 37-252.
The prequisite for taking the tour is attending the 2:30-3:15pm talk preceding the tour.
For additional information, please see the MKI website.
Sponsor(s): Kavli Institute for Astrophysics & Space Research
Contact: Debbie Meinbresse, 37-241, 617 253-1456, MEINBRES@MIT.EDU