Industry Support | Nanofabrication | Infrastructure

To conduct world-class research, world-class facilities and equipment are needed. We have 4,400 square metres of lab space, and are currently installing new capabilities to expand our total lab space to over 6,000 square metres.

  • Molecular Beam Epitaxy lab
  • 100 KEV Electron Beam Lithography Tool
  • Newly renovated cleanroom
  • Major addition to cleanroom for silicon photonic research
  • Ultrafast spectroscopy and metrology laser lab
  • TEM and Additional STM in state‐of‐the‐art basement facility
  • Dedicated high‐magnetic field laboratory

Please see below for details on our current and future capabilities. We invite collaboration with industry, government, and academia in research and development of quantum and quantum-inspired materials research. For more information, please contact us. To book Nanofabrication Facility equipment such as the EBL, please refer to the facility guidelines and UBC booking system or contact Kostis Michelakis.

Name Type Description
Quantum Materials Spectroscopy Center (QMSC) at Canadian Light Source (CLS) [In development] State-of-the-art beamline 9ID facility dedicated to performing spin- and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (S+ARPES) at the CLS.
Real time x-ray Laue camera, digital This instrument allows us to orient a single crystal very rapidly.
Resonant Elastic/Inelastic X-ray Spectroscopy (REIXS) Beamline at the Canadian Light Source (CLS) REIXS beamline 10ID-2 is a new soft X-ray scattering facility dedicated to the studies of novel and advanced materials.
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) and spectroscopy (STS) with picometer spatial resolution This is a scanning tunneling microscope suite coupled to a materials preparation chamber that is able to produce atomically controlled layers of complex materials.
X-ray single crystal diffractometer, Philips X’Pert The Philips X’Pert X-ray diffractometer is a versatile device used to characterize crystalline, as well as single crystal materials.