Lunch for Hungry Minds: Isofocality for Patterning at the Nanoscale
Lithography is both an art and an engineering science. It's all around us as documents, flyers, invitations, t-shirts etc. and even at the nanoscale as printed circuits and wiring on our everyday electronics.
In this hour, Dr. Gerald Lopez, Director of Business Development at the University of Pennsylvania Singh Center for Nanotechnology, will talk about electron beam lithography (EBL): the most common way to pattern at the nanoscale and a concept called isofocality that allows us to repeatedly produce features at the nanoscale.