UC Santa Barbara
Bay 7 | lithography
Get access to the lab: Brian Thibeault (and see the Services page)
General lab questions: Brian Thibeault
Facilities Management: Peder Lenvik
Supplies, Chemicals, Disposal etc.: Luis Zuzunaga & Peder Lenvik
Equipment Issues - please see the Wiki/FAQ section on this.
Mike Silva is the manager of the Equipment group.
Fabrication Services by NanoFab Staff: Demis D. John
Electron-Beam Lithography - Process Support & Fabrication Services: Bill Mitchell
Focused-Ion-Beam Lithography - Process Support & Fabrication Services: Dan Read
Fabrication/Process Questions and Support: Demis D. John
Network/FTP/Website/Computer issues/questions: NanoFab-IT@ece.ucsb.edu
Parking on Campus
The NanoFab is located on the campus of the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB)
On the 1st floor of the Engineering Sciences Building (not to be confused with "Engineering II", right next door).
Maps Links: Google Maps / Apple Maps
Short Visit ( <4hr. )
Visitors parking in Lot #10 can purchase parking passes from the permit dispensers.
Visitors must park in stalls labeled, "Coastal Access," which are on the first floor ramp once you enter the parking building.
These passes are valid between 8:00am to 5:00pm and will cost around $8, and are valid for 4-hours at a time.
You can walk from Lot #10 to the NanoFab entrance as shown:
Long Visit (4-8hr/daily)
At the kiosks in the Mesa parking lot (lot #18), you can purchase daily (8hr long) C-permits for $8 a day.
You can also purchase C-permits for multiple days at the Transportation-Parking Services (TPS) office. Click here for directions to the TPS office, and here for the TPS website.
C permits are valid for parking in time-restricted parking spaces for the time designated.
C-permit permits are not valid in the following spots, during weekdays, Monday–Friday, 7:30 am–5:00 pm; please avoid these types of spots: reserved or metered spaces or lots/spaces marked for vendors or “H” permits or Coastal Access spaces.
Lot #18: Mesa parking lot allows for long term parking via "C" permit.
Walk from Mesa Lot 18 to the Engineering Sciences Building with these directions (google maps).