A clean room with additional deposition chambers, photolithography equipment, a mask aligner, and a reactive ion etcher are located in the engineering department and are available through the Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering.
Faculty, staff, and students have access to the NSM HPC cluster for high performance computational research. This Aspen Systems cluster is based on the Intel Xeon processor running at 2.44 GHz and consists of 180 CPUs. It has a total of 227 GB of RAM and 9 TB of raw master hard disk storage. The system is housed and maintained by University Technology Services and is continuously monitored by Aspen Systems.