Facilities and Instruments

Nanoscience Center is a high-level research environment that provides diverse repertoire of research equipment for cross-disciplinary research combining expertise of physics, chemistry, and biology. 

Laser processes are efficient methods that comply with sustainable development and that are used for several tasks. 

Sensitive electrical and thermal measurements are performed at cryogenic temperatures.

Mass Spectrometry facility

Mass spectrometry is an analytical technique that ionizes chemical species and sorts the ions

It provides infrastructure for high-resolution imaging and image analysis  in biology, chemistry, physics and nanoscience.

The Faculty features extensive computational resources available for a wide range of applications

NMR spectroscopy is essential in many fields of chemistry, physics, biochemistry, and medicine.

An environment that has a low level of pollutants such as dust. It is typically used in manufacturing or scientific research.

X-ray diffraction systems give data on crystal structure, phase, crystal orientation, average grain and size.

Introduction to our equipments and the detailed list of the instruments can be found here.