Welcome to the CCMR Shared Facilities
|COVID-19 Specific Information:
NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, University facilities are currently closed. The CCMR Facilities have submitted a reactivation plan to the university based on a research reactivation report. The facilities will open no sooner than Thursday, June 4. Updates will be posted here.
Facility users are expected to:
- Bring their own protective eye-wear with side shields and wear at all times
- Wear cloth masks at all times in facility rooms
- Contact facility staff prior to being granted permission to reserve instruments. A procedure for requesting instrument time or service will soon be provided, do not contact facility staff at this time.
- Perform approved research only and to adhere to the reactivation plan of their research group.
Important facility policies (at this time):
- No in-person trainings or assistance at this time.
- Buffer times of 1-2 hours between reservations to allow time for staff to disinfect work areas.
- Occupancy limits of rooms will be posted and strictly enforced.
See https://www.cornell.edu/coronavirus/ for the latest University information.
The CCMR Shared Facilities offers world-class materials analysis and processing equipment overseen by expert instrument managers. To see our instrumentation pages, please click on any of the User Instrument categories in the sidebar or use the search field in the top right of the window to look for a particular instrument or technique.
It’s very easy to become a facility user and instrument operator. See ‘Becoming a CCMR Facility User’ in the sidebar.
If there is any capability you are not finding here, please visit the Materials Research Facilities Network which includes shared resources at similar research centers.
Feel free to ask questions or provide feedback to email@example.com, or to our Qualtrics online survey where feedback is anonymous.
Bruker Hyperion FT-IR Microscope
TA Instruments DHR3 Rheometer
JAI LC9110 NEXT Recycling Preparative HPLC/GPC
Langmuir Blodgett Trough for monolayer film deposition
Renishaw InVia Confocal Raman Microscope & 3D Mapping Image