MSE at UMD's Partnerships with External Labs

Embedded mini-reactor design.

MSE faculty have close interactions and collaborations with entities outside the University of Maryland, including other universities, government laboratories, professional societies, and consortia. These are described briefly in the list below. These interactions provide substantial benefit to the research and to the educational experience of the students and postdocs involved. You can also learn more about the department's industry-related interactions.


Government Laboratories

National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) G. W. Rubloff - collaborations and support for chemical sensors, metrology, and process control in semiconductor manufacturing
Laboratory for Physical Sciences (LPS/NSA) R. Phaneuf - collaborations and support for investigations of patterning for directed sel-assembly, LEEM development, and surface sensitive electron microscopies for device characterization
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) A. Christou - surface analysis of contamination on optical coatings; degradation of high power semiconductor laser diodes; VCSEL arrays for LIDAR applications
Army Research Laboratory (ARL) - Adelphi A. Christou - processing of VCSEL arrays; finite element analysis of thermomechanical stresses in biased devices; diamond substrate metallization; modulator design on non-(100) InP
Army Research Laboratory (ARL) - Aberdeen A. Christou - high g loaded microelectronics and packaging; FEM simulation
National Institutes of Health (NIH)  
ITC-irst FBK Division
Trento, Italy
G. W. Rubloff, R. Briber - surface and thin film nanomaterials, biomaterials/bioMEMS, and combinatorial approaches to materials research

 

Other Universities and Consortia

NSF Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC), U. Maryland and Rutgers University R.J. Phaneuf and L Salamanca-Riba
NSF I/UCRC Center for Optoelectronic Devices, Interconnects, and Packaging A. Christou - Director