In the News

Armin Doerry, Research Professor at CHTM

Armin Doerry, CHTM Research Professor, named as 2016 SPIE Fellow
June 22, 2016
Doerry is a researcher at Sandia National Laboratories and has been honored as an SPIE Fellow for his work on imaging microwave radar technology. Read More ...

Interim Associate Vice President for Research

"Design Thinking" workshop held at CHTM
June 22, 2016
A workshop modeled after the Stanford d.School's crash course is held at CHTM by Andrea Polli, Art & Ecology Professor and Director of the Social Media Workgroup (SMW) at UNM. Read More ...

Interim Associate Vice President for Research

UNM Interim Associate VP for Research selected
June 17, 2016
UNM Physics & Astronomy Professor Patricia Henning is named as the Interim Associate Vice President for Research at UNM. Read More ...

Los Alamos National Laboratory

LANL faces exodus of retiring employees; looking to hire replacements from New Mexico
June 7, 2016
LANL estimates 2,425 job vacancies between now and 2020 will arise in a variety of positions from nuclear defense to operations. Read More ...

Stefi Weisburd, Outreach and Education Manager, SOE, CHTM, UNM

Students from Albuquerque high schools attend orientation at CHTM
June 2, 2016
Students bound for STEM internships throughout UNM attend their orientation at CHTM, coordinated by Stefi Weisburd, Outreach and Education Manager with CHTM and the UNM School of Engineering. Read More ...

In the Know

CHTM is a 60,000 sq. ft. facility and the cornerstone of the Science and Technology Park at the University of New Mexico.

Key components of CHTM's vertically integrated structure are its highly advanced facilities.

Facilities and Resources:

By combining fabrication, manufacturing and characterization laboratories, CHTM covers all stages from design to system in areas of hard nano-materials and engineered fibers.

  • Nano-epitaxy
  • Nano-fabrication and Nano-manufacturing
  • Characterization
  • Engineered optical fibers

Major research areas:

  • Photodetectors and imagers
  • Semiconductor LEDs and lasers
  • Advanced nonlinear optics and nano-optics

Other research areas include:

  • Epitaxy and Nanoscale Materials: UV to IR
  • Nanoscale Lithography and Microscopy
  • Photonic and Microelectronic Devices
  • Ultrafast Metrology and Fiber Optics
  • Sensing and Imaging