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===== Nanofab Closure for Thanksgiving =====
 
The Nanofab will be closed from Wed. Nov. 25 at 9pm until Sat. Nov. 28 at 5:30am in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.  Users are not permitted to enter the facility during these times.
 
// [[User:Thibeault|Thibeault]] 21:38, 18 November 2020 (PST)
 
  
===== UCSB Flu Vaccination Mandate =====
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===== Stepper 3 (ASML) Maintenance: 9/28 =====
UCSB Students, Staff and Faculty are required to recieve a Flu Vaccine by Nov. 1st. <br>Please see the '''[[COVID-19_User_Policies#UCSB_Flu_Vaccination_Mandate|COVID19 Page]]''' for relevant links and information.
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ASML Engineers will be performing on-site Periodic Maintenance from Tues. Sept. 28th until early/mid-Friday Oct. 1st.
// [[User:John d|John d]] 19:47, 13 October 2020 (PDT)
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Please plan your processing accordingly.
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// [[User:John d|John d]] 16:03, 7 September 2021 (PDT)  
  
===== NanoFab COVID Protocols =====
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===== New COVID Protocols =====
Following guidelines provided by our Office of Research, the UCSB Nanofabrication Facility is open only for limited/authorized use for critical activity at this time.
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All facility users and visitors are now required to have masks on while indoors in shared spaces.  This includes shared offices, hallways/corridors, and all shared laboratory spaces.  Masks will be worn in all laboratories at all times and in all shared office spaces at all times.
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Outdoor policies remain unchanged
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Surgical style masks or KN95 masks are appropriate for cleanroom use.  Cloth masks may be used in non-cleanroom spaces.
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// [[User:Hopkins a|Hopkins a]] 08:14, 6 August 2021 (PDT)
  
Contact the [[Brian Thibeault|Lab Director]] for more information.
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===== Weekly Testing strongly urged for UCSB Students/Staff =====
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Free weekly COVID testing is available to UCSB Staff, Faculty and Students. UCSB employees are strongly urged to sign up for weekly testing, which takes only minutes, is administered on-campus and is free of charge.
  
''The most recent COVID Protocols can be found at '''[[COVID-19_User_Policies]]'''.''
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Weekly recurring appointments can be made at the Student Health website:
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* Log on to the [https://studenthealthoc.sa.ucsb.edu/login_dualauthentication.aspx '''UCSB Testing Patient Portal'''] using your UCSB NetID and password.  
  
// [[User:John d|John d]] 15:00, 19 July 2020 (PDT)
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The Chancellor's [https://chancellor.ucsb.edu/memos/2020-10-15-recommended-covid-19-asymptomatic-campus-testing-program-faculty-staff-and memo to campus with details can be found here].
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// [[User:John d|John d]] 06:20, 16 November 2020 (PST)  
  
===== New Tool Installations =====
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===== NanoFab COVID Protocols =====
See the [https://wiki.nanotech.ucsb.edu/w/index.php/Main_Page#mp-trivia-h2 News Feed] for info on two upcoming tool installations! 
 
  
The [https://www.raith.com/products/velion.html?mobile=0 Raith Velion FIB] is up and running, and [[Dan_Read|Dr. Dan Read]] is qualifying the tool. See the [[Focused_Ion-Beam_Lithography_(Raith_Velion)|Velion's Tool page here]].
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''The most recent COVID Protocols can be found at '''[[COVID-19_User_Policies]]'''.''
  
The Heidelberg Maskless Aligner has been installed, and is in the process of being qualified/characterized.  See the [[Maskless_Aligner_(Heidelberg_MLA150)|MLA150's tool page here]].
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// [[User:John d|John d]] 15:00, 19 July 2020 (PDT)
  
// [[User:John d|John d]] 09:10, 18 July 2020 (PDT)
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:27, 14 September 2021

Equipment Status


Stepper 3 (ASML) Maintenance: 9/28

ASML Engineers will be performing on-site Periodic Maintenance from Tues. Sept. 28th until early/mid-Friday Oct. 1st. Please plan your processing accordingly. // John d 16:03, 7 September 2021 (PDT)

New COVID Protocols

All facility users and visitors are now required to have masks on while indoors in shared spaces. This includes shared offices, hallways/corridors, and all shared laboratory spaces. Masks will be worn in all laboratories at all times and in all shared office spaces at all times.

This direction applies to all vaccinated and non-vaccinated persons.

Outdoor policies remain unchanged

Surgical style masks or KN95 masks are appropriate for cleanroom use. Cloth masks may be used in non-cleanroom spaces.

See the full policies at COVID-19_User_Policies

// Hopkins a 08:14, 6 August 2021 (PDT)

Weekly Testing strongly urged for UCSB Students/Staff

Free weekly COVID testing is available to UCSB Staff, Faculty and Students. UCSB employees are strongly urged to sign up for weekly testing, which takes only minutes, is administered on-campus and is free of charge.

Weekly recurring appointments can be made at the Student Health website:

The Chancellor's memo to campus with details can be found here. // John d 06:20, 16 November 2020 (PST)

NanoFab COVID Protocols

The most recent COVID Protocols can be found at COVID-19_User_Policies.

// John d 15:00, 19 July 2020 (PDT)