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Michigan Seal Milled into InAs using a Focused Ion Beam

SEM image of a University of Michigan seal milled into an InAs wafer using a low current focused ion beam (FIB) and low ion dose. The outer diameter of the seal is ~ 9.7 µm.
Image by Kevin Grossklaus, Millunchick Research Group.

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Michigan Seal Milled into InAs using a Focused Ion Beam

SEM image of a University of Michigan seal milled into an InAs wafer using a low current focused ion beam (FIB) and low ion dose. The outer diameter of the seal is ~ 9.7 µm.
Image by Kevin Grossklaus, Millunchick Research Group.

Online Instrument Bookings

EMAL has a web based on-line booking system. Currently there are two different systems employed, although it is hoped that they will be merged into a single unified system soon.

The booking links are sub-divided into three sections. The North Campus EMAL equipment is all located in the northwest basement of the Space Research Building and the booking for it maybe accessed by the link bearing its name. EMAL also manages the Hanawalt X-ray diffraction laboratory or XMAL and all of the equipment for that is located in the basement of the Gerstacker Building on North Campus, booking for it is located under the link "North Campus XMAL". The Central Campus facility booking system amy be accessed by the third and final link.