Davis Millimeter-Wave Research Center

Microwave/Millimeter Wave Technology

Plasma Diagnostics

 

 

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Plasma diagnostics

 

µ-wave vacuum electronics

 

µ-wave solid state technology

 

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Prof. N.C. Luhmann, Jr.

 

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FACILITIES

 

UC Davis possesses perhaps the most extensive microwave, millimeter-wave, and FIR equipment collection available anywhere. In the following, more detailed information is provided regarding the facilities. The primary UC Davis laboratory facilities include two laboratories housed in Kemper Hall (completed in 1992), one laboratory in Ghausi Hall (completed in 2000), and a newly remodeled Chiles Road facility (completed early 2012) located just off campus.

The current laboratory facilities include a magnetic fusion plasma diagnostics laboratory (~850 square feet), a microwave/millimeter wave laboratory (~5,000 square feet), a high power microwave source laboratory (~2000 square feet), and a millimeter wave characterization and FIR laser development facility (~6,800 square feet). UC Davis also has a 10,000 square feet microfabrication facility (Northern California Nanotechnology Center), which is used for millimeter wave plasma diagnostics development. The research staff members and graduate students are housed in additional space in the Academic Surge Building (completed in 1992) as part of the Davis Millimeter Wave Research Center (DMRC), along with the computational facilities and video-, tele- and data-conferencing center.

 

·        DMRC Lab

·        Kemper Hall, Room 3182 (microwave/millimeter wave instrumentation and quasi-optics facility)

 

·        Kemper Hall, Room 1209 (magnetic fusion plasma diagnostics laboratory)

 

·        Ghausi Hall, Room 1104 (high power microwave source laboratory)

 

·        Chiles Rd Lab (mm-wave characterization and FIR laser development)

·        Microfabrication Facilities

 

·        Machining Facilities

·        Computer and Conference Facilities

 

 

Kemper Hall

Ghausi Hall

 

Academic Surge
Chiles Rd Facility
 
 
 
 
              
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