The CSU Department of Physics machine shop is well equipped with programmable, precision milling machines, a welder, and other equipment that would be available.
The laser writer is housed in the Class 100 cleanroom in D216 of the Physics Department at Colorado State University. Link here.
Major Research Facilities and Equipment
- Conventional and Superconducting Magnets
- Microwave Spectrometer for Ferromagnetic-Resonance Studies
- ESR Spectrometers
- Vibrating-Sample Magnetometer
- Ultrasonic Spectrometers
- X-Ray-Diffraction Instrumentation
- Pulsed and CW Lasers
- Tunable Dye Lasers Along With Detection and Signal-Processing Equipment for Quantum-Electronics Research
- Sputter-Induced Resonant-Ionization Spectroscopy
- Facilities for Semiconductor Fabrication and Analysis
- Very-High-Pressure Equipment
- High-Speed Work-Stations
- Electron Microscopes
- Microelectronic Fabrication
- Molecular Beam Epitaxy
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
The CORES program ensures access to state-of-the-art research tools and expertise across the University and enables development of new directions in emerging areas of research and technology. To learn more, click here.