Education and training to support
the semiconductor and nanotech
industries of New York State and
Western New England

From NIST: Nanofabulous: An intern who mentored interns

When NanoFab intern Patricio Flores donned a bunny suit for the first time last January, he had never been inside a cleanroom or worked with the precision tools that fabricate nanostructures—devices built up of layers only a few atoms thick. Working closely with...

Arduino Workshop: Part 1

Saturday, October 27th  8:30am-3pm Learn how to install and program the Arduino with this 1-day short course. Arduino is a popular, inexpensive and powerful family of open-source single-board microcontrollers based on easy-to-use hardware and software. (Part 2 of the...

Manufacturing Day Expo

Fri, October 12, 2018, 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM EDT Manufacturers from throughout New York State will be showing off their products/processes via interactive exhibits to high school, college students and the general public.   [button...

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I have been lucky enough to attend five NEATEC workshops. They have really helped me apply theory based knowledge acquired with traditional schooling into real world situations. My resume’ looks much more impressive and I’ve gained valuable material to discuss in an interview setting. NEATEC workshops contributed to me being hired in an amazing position in thin films technology. I look forward to learning more with NEATEC and I definitely recommend these workshops to anyone pursuing a career in nanotechnology.

Terrance, College Graduate, 2017

I just finished attending the RF Workshop, it was a great learning experience. If there are any similar opportunities in the future (volunteering, interning, anything I can do to improve my resume) I would love a heads up. The more exposure I can get to the nanoscale industry the better. I’m already planning on attending whatever workshops are offered and am more than willing to reallocate time for my major.

Alex, College Student, March 2017

Radio Frequency Workshop

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