The NDSU microfabrication and packaging laboratories were established in 2002 at NDSU for the purpose of conducting large-scale, multidisciplinary research for government and industry. These resources are now located in two state-of-the-art research buildings that have been constructed in the NDSU Research & Technology Park.
The 75,000 square foot Research 2 (R2) facility was opened in 2004 and includes cleanroom, laboratory, and office space. The cleanroom includes Class 100 and Class 10,000 bays encompassing a total area under filtration of 12,000 square feet. The R2 building houses the research operations focus areas in microfabrication, device packaging, device testing, and reliability/failure analysis. The installed equipment investment is approximately $10M.
Learn more about the NDSU microfabrication and packaging facilities here.
For a full list of NDSU’s equipment for microfabrication and electronics packaging, please visit NDSU's equipment page.