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RSC User of the Month - Lydia Kuebler, June 2021 - In appreciation of being anexemplary user with outstanding compliance to safety protocols and engagement with RSC staff and users to create a better safety culture.
SEMS 2021 - Robert Simmons Micrograph Competition - Best Photonic Micrograph - Gary Scheiffele - RSC UF - Title: Oh it's not a peanut
Atomic Resolution STEM Workshop by Nick Rudawski, watch on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LwJLAZqHmk
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Effect of Strontium and Calcium Concentration on Microstructure and in Vitro Degradation Rate

Poster by David Christianson, Hunter Henderson, Alex Heid, Michele V. Manuel, UF Materials Science & Engineering Department

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Fabrication of Large-Scale 50 nm Nanopore Arrays on Polytetrafluoethylene

Poster by Sarathy K. Gopalakrishnan, Matthias Trujillo, Kirk Ziegler, UF Materials Science & Engineering Department, Department of Chemical Engineering

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Development of a Passive Magnetic Field Sensor Utilizing Magnetoelectric Nanowires

Poster by Matthew J. Bauer, Xiao Wen, David P. Arnold, Jennifer S. Andrew, UF Materials Science & Engineering Department, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, MIST Center

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Design and Characterization of NiTiHfAl Precipitation Strengthened SMA

Poster by Flavia C. Gallo, Hunter B. Henderson, Nicholas Rudawski, Michael S. Kesler, Michele V. Manuel UF Materials Science & Engineering Department, Department of Chemical Engineering

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Interspecific Variation in the Bony Labyrinth (Inner Ear) of Anurans

Poster by Amber L. Singh, Lauren A. Gonzales, Daniel J. Paluh, David Blackburn UF Florida Museum of Natural History: Department of Herpeteology

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Atomic Layer Deposition of UltraThin Ferroelectric Materials

Poster by Glen Walters, Toshikazu Nishida, UF Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Localized Release of Corticosteroid from Macroporous Organosilicone Beads Scaffolds

Poster by Jiapu Liang, Kaiyuan Jiang, Cherie Stable, UF J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering

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The Fin Bulk Acoustic Resonators (FinBAR): Enabling Integrated Signal Processing for 5G

Poster by Sayur Ghatge, Roozbeh Tabrizian, UF Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Interaction of Cancer Cells with Microposts in a Microfluidic Device Immobilized with Aptamers

Poster by Kangfu Chen, Teodor Georgiev, Z. Hugh Fan, UF Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department, J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Chemistry

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CT scans of a piraƱha, a Mexican beaded lizard, and an iodine-injected frog

New 3D Scanning Campaign

$2.5 million in National Science Foundation funding for "Open Exploration of Vertebrate Diversity in 3D."

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2D Materials Processing

MoS2 random micro flakes over a SiO2 substrate were mapped and then precisely patterned for transmission line measurements.

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Spiral Mirror Lens on Flat and Curved Surfaces

Spiral Mirror Lens on Flat and Curved Surfaces

A spiral designed lens was fabricated on both flat and curved surfaces.

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High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT) device - layout (left), die in process (right)

AlGaN/GaN High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT)

The field of III-N semiconductors has gained a lot of attention for use in high speed and high power switching as well as solid-state sensors.

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Micro Molds for PDMS Stamps

Micro Molds for PDMS Stamps

A variety of molds for polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) casting were created in silicon (Si) wafers.

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Solid-State Sensors

Solid-State Sensors

Solid-state sensors are advancing rapidly and are being placed in a wide array of applications from mechanical movement (accelerometers), sounds (microphones), and bio detection (glucose, pathogen).

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Photo of a lizard, a CT-Scan image of lizard, a photo of a 3D printed lizard from CT-Scan

Nano-CT & 3D Printer

Specimens were scanned with a GE V|tome|xm 240 CT Scanner to obtain high resolution 3D images of the entire specimen.

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Research Service Centers (RSC)

The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering's Research Service Centers (RSC) support and enhance the research, education, and public service missions of the University of Florida by providing access to characterization and process instrumentation. Expert staff provides the assistance and guidance necessary so that students, faculty, and industry get the most effective and appropriate use of the center's facilities.Read More >

News & Annoucements

Atomic Resolution STEM Workshop Posted on Wed, Apr 14, 2021 at 4:10 PM

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Featuring the FEI Talos F200i S/TEM and presented by Dr. Nick Rudawski

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New State-of-the-Art Instrumentation Posted on Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 4:58 PM

Image of the Helios G4 Instrument

The Helios G4 Plasma Focused Ion Beam CXe Workstation is a fourth generation, fully digital, Extreme High Resolution Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (FE SEM) equipped with an inductively coupled plasma (ICP) focused ion beam (PFIB).

Image of the Talos F200i Instrument

The Talos F200i S/TEM is a flexible and compact 200 kV FEG Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope (S/TEM), which is designed for fast, precise and quantitative characterization of nanomaterials.

Image of the 300kV Themis Z Instrument

The 300 kV Themis Z is a FEG Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope (S/TEM) with a high-tension voltage range of 60-300 kV.

The Research Service Centers in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering are the new home to three state-of-the-art, high-resolution electron microscopes.

The microscopes will provide support and enhance the research, education and public service missions of the University of Florida by providing access to characterization and process instrumentation and facilities. With expert staff on hand to provide assistance and guidance, the students, faculty and industry researchers who use these facilities are ensured the most effective and appropriate use of the center's capabilities.

All of the equipment is scheduled to be available for use and training in Spring of 2020. Announcements on utilization, service and training will be sent to the UF research community upon achieving the installation milestones necessary to start accepting users.

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