Holonyak Micro & Nanotechnology Lab: A jewel in The Grainger College of Engineering crown.
One of the largest university-based facilities working at the intersection of biology and engineering.
15 Cleanrooms, 46 General Purpose Labs, and a Large Biosafety Level-2 Complex all under one roof.
HMNTL is one of the country's largest and most sophisticated university facilities for conducting photonics, microelectronics, biotechnology, and nanotechnology research. Our 15 class 100 and 1000 cleanrooms, 46 general purpose labs, and 2,500 square foot biosafety level-2 bionanotechnology complex contain all the tools researchers need to conduct their work.
Device Characterization Labs
Offers a variety of ultra-high-speed optical and electrical measurement and test equipment.
Contains crystal growth capabilities and semiconductor fabrication tools.
Allows interdisciplinary biological and micro and nanotechnology research experiments to be carried out simultaneously—all under the same roof.
How To Use HMNTL Facilities
Reserve space in the seminar room or atrium for an event.
SCHEDULE TOOL USE
Find and schedule times to use the labs.
LAB SAFETY TRAINING
Sign up for safety training from the Division of Research Safety.
RATES & FEES
Review rates and fees for each lab.
All University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign visits have been suspended indefinitely in response to proactive policies instituted by our university to protect the health and welfare of all participants and attendees amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. All cleanroom new user training is canceled until further notice as well.
Apr 20 - Apr 27
Please join us for the Mikashi Award Impact Presentations, presented by the Catherine and Don Kleinmuntz Center for Genomics in Business and Society. We will hear final presentations from Mikashi awardees Dr. Brian Cunningham and Dr. Paul Hergenrother, who will share how Mikashi Award funding supported their work on cancer research.
Dr. Brian Cunningham, Dr. Paul Hergenrother, University of Illinois
Admitted Student Series: Your Future at ECE Illinois awaits! Join us for any of these webinars where you will be able to connect with current ECE students, advisors, and faculty!
Professor Christian Borgs, Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley
Final Examination: Matthew Grawe, April 23, 2021 @ 9:00 AM, Online, Exam Topic: Data-driven Prediction of Geomagnetically-Induced Currents in Power Lines
Professor Reza Jahanbakhshi, Aerospace, Physics, and Space Sciences, Florida Institute of Technology
https://illinois.zoom.us/j/89406033837?pwd=SFV4V1hVNEVhVklRdGR1dzAyZFZXUT09 Meeting ID: 894 0603 3837 Password: 806044
Dr. Nicolas Stauff, Principal Nuclear Engineer, Reactor & Fuel Cycle Analysis Argonne National Laboratory
https://illinois.zoom.us/j/87955804251?pwd=VU9KL2owV1J1bkxyRDJ1TE0wbG5mUT09 Meeting ID: 879 5580 4251 Pass code: 928269
Xuemin (Sam) Wang, PhD University of Missouri, St. Louis, Desmond Lee Professor of Biology; Member, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St Louis
Xuemin (Sam) Wang, PhD; University of Missouri, St. Louis, Desmond Lee Professor of Biology; Member, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St Louis