User Training for Cleanroom Research and Prototyping Facility

A fully online training program that is required for access to the Kent State University Cleanroom Research and Prototyping facility.

Located in the LCM building, the Cleanroom facility includes tools for device fabrication (such as liquid crystal displays) with a range of equipment including spin reactive ion etch, metal evaporation systems (DC and RF sputter, e-beam, thermal), wet chemical stations, photolithography, and surface analysis tools. Registrants will have access to the online course for two weeks.

To successfully complete this training, registrants must earn a score of 75%, or higher, on all assessments.


Cost: $100

Registration: Individuals can register at any time!

Register Here

Learn more about the Cleanroom Research and Prototyping Facility (CRPF)


Meet the Instructor: 

Deña Agra-Kooijman, Advanced Materials and Liquid Crystal Institute

Dena Agra-Kooijman Kent State UniversityDeña Agra-Kooijman 
Senior Research Engineer
Advanced Materials and Liquid Crystal Institute