The Tulane Micro/Nano Fabrication Facility (MNFF) (a.k.a. the Tulane cleanroom) is a leading edge micro/nanofabrication and characterization facility housed in Stanley Thomas Hall and Stern Hall on the Tulane uptown campus in New Orleans. This facility, founded in 2009, houses >$4M in equipment and infrastructure for advanced processing and analysis of materials and devices at the micrometer and nanometer scale. Faculty use this facility to work at the forefront of research in energy generation and storage, quantum materials, polymer science, drug development, biosensing, and more. The facility is also a critical educational resource and supports coursework and research for undergraduate and graduate students. The Tulane MNFF is a leading micro/nanofab facility in the Gulf South and is open to users from institutions and companies across the region.
The class 1000 cleanroom space in Stanley Thomas Hall includes the following equipment:
The nanofabrication facility in Stern Hall includes the following:
For more information, or to gain access, please contact:
Dr. Michael Johnson | Cleanroom Manager
Phone: (504) 232-2464
Dr. Matthew Escarra | Cleanroom Faculty Director