|Tool||Location, Contact||Booking & Fees and Other Info|
|Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR)
Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectrometer
|Otto Maass SS1 47,|
Department of Chemistry
andrey [dot] moiseev [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Andrey Moiseev, PhD)
Department of Chemistry, McGill University
Otto Maass Bldg. Rm. 341
801 Sherbrooke St.
Undergraduate Training Program
Environmental Applications and Implications of Engineered Nanoparticles by Prof. Subhosis Ghoshal of McGill University’s Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
And another speaker and topic to be announced shortly.
Damian Marek, Electrical Engineering, McGill University
The McGill Nanotools Microfab laboratory is a fee-based open access facility. We welcome all research and development initiatives related to nano and microfabrication. Our services and competencies range from basic fabrication services to multistep processes.
The MIAM Microfabrication and Characterization Facility comprises of major tools for the development of both chemical and biological functionalization processes, and the investigation of quantum engineering, the interactions of light with micro and nano structures and the mechanical behavior of multi-functional micro and nano structures. With these tools, MIAM aims to help address some of the most pressing problems in materials science and engineering at the nanoscale, such as:
In this training program we have brought together team from four Montreal-region universities (McGill University, Ecole Polytechnique, INRS and Université de Sherbrooke) who already have a history of strong research collaboration to operate a carefully designed training program to develop the next generation of Canadian experts in integrated sensor syst
MIAM brings together diverse research facilities housed in various departments and faculties at McGill.
These include the Microfab-Nanotools Facility in the Rutherford Physics building and the Characterization Facility which has equipment in Otto-Maass (Chemistry), the Wong Building (Mining and Materials Engineering) as well as the McGill Cancer Center and several other locations.