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Brian received his Ph.D from UCSB in 1997. He was one of a few key personnel involved in starting WideGap Technology.
Brian is the staff scientist for the facility and is responsible for all process-related issues.
 
   
 
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Brian directs all facility operations, working with facility, equipment, and process managers. Contact Brian to find out about getting lab access & trainings.
Brian manages the process group in the facility (currently a staff of 4), is the primary outside user contact for new projects, performs outside user fabrication work, provides guidance of equipment purchases, directs characterization of new processes, facilitates troubleshooting of process and equipment related to processing problems, and acts as a general cleanroom process consultant for all laboratory users
 
   
 
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* [[Stepper 3 (ASML DUV)|Stepper 3 (ASML DUV, Deep-UV)]]

Revision as of 23:58, 29 January 2019

Brian Thibeault
Position Project Scientist
Room Number 1109D
Phone (805) 839-2268
E-Mail thibeault@ece.ucsb.edu

About

Brian received his Ph.D from UCSB in 1997. He was one of a few key personnel involved in starting WideGap Technology.

Current Work

Brian directs all facility operations, working with facility, equipment, and process managers. Contact Brian to find out about getting lab access & trainings.

Tools

Brian Thibeault is in charge of the following tools: