University Facilities
Integrated Nanofabrication & Cleanrooms
The Integrated Nanofabrication and Cleanroom Facility (INCF) consists of the III-V and Silicon-based nanofabrication cleanrooms, consolidated into a single facility with expansion in both space and equipment. The cleanroom facility supports research and developments in microfabrication techniques, and device fabrications. Available equipment includes electron microscopy, surface characterization by low energy ion scattering (LEIS), x-ray photoemission spectroscopy (XPS), nanofabrication, etc. More information is available here.

MOCVD Epitaxy for III-V and III-NITRIDE Semiconductors
Lehigh University’s Smith Family Laboratory supports research in the fields of semiconductor nanostructure, semiconductor optoelectronics, photonics integrated circuits, and III-Nitride and III-V semiconductor devices.


Electrical and Optical Characterization
FormFactor Cascade Probe Station with Video Camera
Keysight B1500A Semiconductor Device Parameter Analyzer with WGFMU
Keysight 81150A Pulse Function Arbitrary Noise Generator
Agilent Network Analyzer
Optical Spectrum Analyzers
Digital Sampling Oscilloscopes
High-Speed Electrical and Optoelectronic Testing Set Up


Computing Resource
High Performance Computing (HPC) / Research Computing
Open Source Simulation Tool/IBM Analog AI Hardware Acceleration Kit