Space Vacuum Epitaxy Center
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Space Vacuum Epitaxy Center is the 8,000 square feet (740 m2) of laboratory space in 3 buildings on the University of Houston campus. The SVEC facilities contains equipment dedicated to thin film deposition, processing and characterization of III-V compound semiconductor, high temperature superconductor and ferroelectric oxide material systems. The Wake Shield Facility was developed at this center.
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