The Renewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (REMRSEC) maintains four different laboratories in three different buildings on campus. The Processing Lab, located in MH425, contains a variety of different equipment for thin film deposition, annealing, wafer Si device fabrication, photolithography, electronic characterization, and optical characterization. The Chemical Vapor Deposition Lab, located in HH302, houses a plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition cluster tool used to deposit amorphous or nanocrystalline silicon and a Si nanoparticle reactor. The Synthesis Lab, located in HH323, contains numerous fume hoods for wet chemistry and polymer membrane synthesis, two dry glove boxes, a dynamic vapor sorption measurement system, and several other apparatus supporting work in the lab. The Characterization Lab, located in GRL231 (a lab shared with the John Scales research group) provides optical and electronic characterization facilities including Electron Spin Resonance, Thermal Deflection Spectroscopy, photoluminescence, FTIR, and optical absorption & reflection measurements.