CNF Fellows are Cornell graduate students, who are also CNF Users, with a part-time fellowship that supplements their graduate research assistantships. They provide information for current and future CNF users about new techniques, recipes, and procedures, and also current performance of tools such as etchers. They do this through the CNF user process wiki, data placed at the tools, and on our user-accessible file server. The typical duration of the fellowship is 2 to 3 years.

Giancarlo D’Orazio, CNF Fellow
Giancarlo D’Orazio
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University
  1. Fellows Project Title
    Characterization of Additively Manufactured High Aspect Ratio Microchannels via Two-Photon Polymerization
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Samantha Norris
Physics, Cornell University
  1. Fellows Project Title
    Characterization and Process Development for High Density Plasma - Chemical Vapor Deposition (HPD-CVD)
  2. Fellows Project Title
    Support for Atomic Layer Etch (ALE) Characterization
  3. Fellows Project Title
    Fence-free Liftoff Process Development