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Over the past five years, few public research universities have risen in stature as quickly for both academic excellence and the creation of life-changing technological and medical innovation than the University of Utah.
University Surface Scientist, Research Assistant Professor, College of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Loren Rieth is a supervisor in the Surface Science Laboratory in the Nanofabrication Laboratory and Deputy Director of the Microsystems Laboratory, both at the University of Utah.
The interdisciplinary Utah micro-and nano-scale Science and Engineering Core Laboratories support innovation, education, research, and technology transfer. The cleanroom facilities and equipment are available as a "recharge center" to researchers at Utah colleges and universities as well as to new and established companies. The teaching laboratories underpin undergraduate microfabrication curricula and train graduate students from across the UU campus.