The Texas Materials Institute Electron Microscopy Facility provides user access to the University of Texas at Austin community for state-of-the-art atomic scale characterization. Established in 2020, this new facility hosts advanced instruments for the analysis of materials and their preparation. Access information is below.
This includes a low-voltage aberration corrected neoARM TEM that can operate from 30 – 200 kV. Located in the ground floor (level 0) of the Engineering Education and Research (EER) Building, access is through the area opposite to the spiral staircase. The facility consists of a suite of specially designed low-vibration rooms with precise temperature and humidity control. Operation of TEM is done remotely in a separate room to remove the impact of people on the room stability.
Inside the EER building atrium.
TMI Electron Microscope Facility entrance and main corridor
The TMI Electron Microscope facility is open to users with access charges. Support is provided by dedicated technical staff with expertise in a wide range of electron microscopy techniques.
For general information please contact: email@example.com
External/Corporate users are welcomed, but first need to sign a “Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)” before receiving training. The MOU can be obtained from Raluca Gearba.
For any further inquiries, please directly contact Karalee Jarvis, firstname.lastname@example.org.