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  Strategic Applications of Nuclear Sensors

Blake B. Rice

Blake B. Rice
MS-NE 2006; Blake Rice finished his Master's degree in the summer of 2006, and has taken a position with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Blake's master's research involved the design and fabrication of novel neutron detecting diodes which had millions of microscopic holes backfilled with neutron reactive materials. Blake did an outstanding job of developing and characterizing the deep hole etching process. Advisor: Douglas S. McGregor


Exposing photoresist with the Karl Suss IR aligner.
Exposing photoresist with the Karl Suss IR aligner.

Developing photoresist patterns for GaAs etching in the ICP-RIE.
Developing photoresist patterns for GaAs etching in the ICP-RIE.

Blake Rice inspects the photoresist patterns before proceeding to the next process step.
Blake Rice inspects the photoresist patterns before proceeding to the next process step.



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