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CONNECT ENGAGE INSPIRE
MAEBL's vision is simple: To be the professional networking platform and an educational provision of the electron beam lithography community.
We'll accomplish this Vision through:
Connection begins in person with an introduction along with a handshake or a "Hello." We are a geographically dispersed community, whose years of collective knowledge and experience in electron beam lithography and nanofabrication are unlocked through simple conversation. MAEBL brings together the brightest minds in electron beam lithography throughout North America. Expand your ideas and your network.
Engagement is how ideas are exchanged freely and questions can be asked openly. Devoid of conference formality such as formal talks of novelty or trade show exhibition, every moment is dedicated to the engagement with familiar faces in the field of e-beam lithography.
Inspiration is born from community engagement. MAEBL gives the electron beam lithography community a voice--a chance to connect and learn from one another, promoting innovation of the core patterning science in nanotechnology and nanofabrication.
MAEBL is committed to providing a safe and inclusive community environment for professional networking, an open exchange of EBL related experiences and ideas, and mutual learning and education.
In order to maintain a welcoming space and community, the following types of conduct are not tolerated at MAEBL meetings, at gatherings related to MAEBL meetings, or in MABEL community platforms:
Acts of harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination, or retaliation are encouraged to be reported to a member (or members) of the MAEBL board, will be taken seriously, and will be investigated.
Substantiated instances of conduct contrary to community expectations will be handled by members of the MAEBL board addressing and challenging the conduct with the transgressing person and explaining conduct expectations. It is expected that the person will change future conduct to be mindful of and consistent with community expectations.
Repeated, bad faith, or exceptionally serious conduct may necessitate exclusion from the community for an appropriate period of time. Bad faith claims are themselves considered to be harassment; good faith claims that are not substantiated are not considered harassment and are protected from retaliation.
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