An interesting article about some co-op student efforts in one of our research labs. I learned about Spatial Atomic Layer Deposition, which is an interesting application of nanoscience and materials engineering.
With the help of seven University of Waterloo co-op students, Canada’s first Spatial Atomic Layer Deposition (SALD) system is up and running. At the celebratory ribbon cutting on May 10, 2018, project leader Professor Kevin Musselman said he couldn’t have done it without the co-op students who helped design and build the machine. “I was sitting at my desk the whole time. I don’t think I ever lifted a finger so it was entirely built by the students,” laughs Musselman.
Source: Co-op students build first-of-its-kind machine in Canada | Engineering | University of Waterloo