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The Microwave Lab

The Microwave Lab

Current Research in the Microwave Lab

Current and former physics students of any major who are interested in building their marketable skill-set by working in the Microwave Lab should contact Prof. Steve Remillard in VWF 225, remillard@hope.edu, 616-395-7507

New layout of the Microwave Lab after May 2011:
Expansion funded by the National Science Foundation through Grant number ARI-0963317 under the ARRA Act of 2009 with Cathy Mader as PI and Mike Jipping as Co-PI.
,New Layout

April and May, 2011
Construction of the new Microwave Lab

Furnace Area

Installing the window in the furnace area.
April 13, 2011

Furnace Area -

The finished furnace area. Other equipment visible in this photo are the inert gas glove box and the wire bonder.
May 20, 2011

Dark Room

Looking into the dark room. This is where the photolithography hood will be in about two more weeks!
May 3, 2011

Dark Room - finished

T.J. Klein making small gap plasma breakdown measurements in the dark room. The hood is in the back of the room.
May 27, 2011

Main Room

Looking into the main room of the Microwave Lab from the furnace area. May 3, 2011

Main Room finished

Sean Cratty is developing microwave probes for use in nonlinearity probing. Sean us using Agilent HFSS full-wave FEM software to analyze electromagnetic coupling while Jinu Thomas assembles a Superconducting/Sapphire resonator.
May 31, 2011