The Northern California
Nanofabrication Facility (NCNC), located in Kemper Hall at UC Davis is a
showcase of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. This
13,400 sq. ft., class 100 cleanroom laboratory contains state-of-the-art
facilities for IC and MEMS fabrication. The NCNC is divided into two
general areas: a teaching lab and research lab. The teaching laboratory is
designed for academic instruction in integrated circuits design and
fabrication. The research laboratory is dedicated to faculty and
graduate students for conducting research on exotic materials and the
development of novel electrical, micromechanical, and optical devices.
For more information, please visit the NCNC home page.