Next ACSES workshop with demo/training
on Practical Surface Analysis will
take place in May/June 2014. Please click here
to read details and register. For individual training
to use ACSES instruments independently contact ACSES staff. Note
that UHV instruments are normally operated by our technologists.
University of Alberta Faculties of Engineering and Science are
collaborating to develop an integrated facility for surface characterization
will allow innovative research to build an established strengths
in heterogenious catalysis, natural resource extraction, corrosion
and wear, microfabrication and electronic materials.
are being developed to control the physical, chemical and biological
surface properties of materials. These will be central to many
applications in resource extraction, petrochemicals, microelectronics,
medical implants, pharmaceutical, and emerging micro- and nanotechnologies.
team will synthesize, characterize, and test new surfaces in actual
applications and devices.