Sometimes, the KIND Engineering's three dedicated labs are not enough for the work we do. When we need more advanced tools or specialized equipment, we rely on several on-campus locations for their assistance. Click on the titles of each facility to check out their websites.
SEAL is OSU's primary MBE (Molecular Beam Epitaxy) facility. MBE is widely used in the manufacture of semiconductor components.
NTW is OSU's onestop shop for anything Nanotechnology. At the NTW facility, lithography, device fabrication,epitaxy, thermal processing and many more services are available.
CEMAS is OSU's central location for any imaging and microscopy needs. At this facility a variety of electron and ion beam imaging and analysis processes are available.
The ElectroScience Laboratory (ESL) has one of the largest radio frequency and optics research laboratories in the world. At the ESL facility, you will have access to faculty and equipment that are involved in all aspects of electromagnetic and RG technologies.
CDME is the portal for the manufacturing industry to access all of the Ohio State University assets in business, engineering, and applied science to support innovation in product validation, design, commercialization, and manufacturing for Ohio State industry partners and research community.