University Instrumentation Center

The UIC and Academics

The University Instrumentation Center's instruments and services have been utilized by the following Academic courses over the last few years. Partnering with the UIC can add a new dimension to an existing lab section or even present a new approach to teaching familiar concepts. Engaging the students in state of the art complex instrumentation can broaden their knowledge and understanding of the sciences and engineering. Please contact any of the UIC scientists about using our instruments in your lab sections.

What’s New in the University Instrumentation Center – Welcome 2016!

We look back on a successful 2015 and we look forward to new opportunities and challenges in 2016.

Throughout 2015, the University Instrumentation Center (UIC) focused on strengthening its value to the university and the local research community. Some highlights of our major accomplishments in 2015 include:

Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM)

The Zeiss/LEO 922 Omega TEM is a research microscope with accelerating voltages of 120 and 200kV and has magnification from 80X to 1,000,000X with a resolution line of 0.12nm. The in-column energy filter allows researchers to look at unstained or faintly stained materials and tissues. The high resolution objective lens allows the user to tilt a single-grid specimen holder plus or minus 15 degrees.

 

Scanning Electron Microscope with Focused Ion Beam (FIB-SEM)

Manufacturer:                    Tescan                                         
Model #:                               Lyra3 GMU FIB SEM
Year of Manuf:                    2013                                                
Year Acquired:                    2014
Location:                              Parsons Room NB-17AD

 

UIC User Groups

University Instrumentation Center User Groups

The University Instrumentation Center (UIC) maintains three user groups who volunteer to participate in providing valuable feedback and input for these three specific areas of the UIC operation.  

University Instrumentation Center Advisory Board

Mission

The University of New Hampshire Instrumentation Center Advisory Board’s mission is to provide a forum for the Instrumentation Center partners and collaborators to help shape the future of the organization to the benefit of the students, faculty, researchers, and industrial clients.

Instrument Template - SEM

Instrument:             Scanning electron microscope with focused ion beam (FIB-SEM)

A state of the art SEM with Schottky field emission cathode in combination with gallium Focused Ion Beam (FIB) column and Gas Injection System (GIS).

UIC Advisory Board

Mission

The University of New Hampshire Instrumentation Center Advisory Board’s mission is to provide a forum for the Instrumentation Center partners and collaborators to help shape the future of the organization to the benefit of the students, faculty, researchers, and industrial clients.

 

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