Laboratory Manager (North Campus) & Associate Director
Contact me for:
HREM, AEM, SEM, ESEM, AFM, XEDS, EELS, CBED:
Equipment training and problems in EMAL.
My normal schedule is 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
How to get training
E-mail me or call me to set up a training session, you can also call Kai Sun or e-mail him. Training takes a minimum of a couple of hours for the SEM. The TEMs are more specialized and can take much longer. For the TEM, we recommend you take the Electron Microscopy course MSE562 offered by the Materials Science and Engineering Department. This course usually includes a large lab component in addition to theory on the operation of the microscope.