The AIF Transmission Electron Microscopy Laboratory (TEM Lab) is a state-of-the-art open laboratory with the instrumentation and functions from entry-level to most currently updated advanced-level. Three functions in the laboratory make it easy for NCSU researchers to complete their projects on campus and for students to learn the related techniques.

Atomic Resolution Elemental Mapping on SrTiO3 crystal by Super X EDS system on Titan 80-300 Aberration Corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope

Atomic Resolution Elemental Mapping on SrTiO3 crystal by Super X EDS system on Titan 80-300 Aberration Corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope

 

TEM Laboratory Functions
Transmission Electron Microscopes Sample Preparation for TEM Computer Simulation

The laboratory offers year-round educational training to students at different level, with an open policy to ensure all the properly trained students and researchers have access at 24/7 scheme. A steering committee oversees the operation and access policy of the laboratory, with the members coming from the colleges where the major users come from. A highly qualified professional team ensures the program to be successful.

Staff and Steering Committee Access Policy Training Plan Laboratory Guidelines