We want to thank all of our attendees and staff that made the 2021 workshop a success! Being a virtual event this year, we had registrations from 4 countries and 8 different states for the event. As much as this seems successful, we are hoping for a return to live in person events in the near future. Stay safe and be well for the remainder of 2021 and we look forward to seeing you in 2022 in beautiful Ithaca New York.
If you missed the workshop and want to learn more about our instruments, watch these clips!
What people say about Facilities 101
Industry speakers shared their experiences with the CCMR
|2019 Brian Myer, Optimax, talks about his experience with the CCMR|
|What is Facilities 101:||This is an industry-focused introduction to the laboratories, equipment, and staff associated with the CCMR. This Virtual workshop provides an opportunity to meet our technical staff, take a virtual tour of our labs, see equipment demonstrations, and discuss your needs with an expert.|
|Who should attend:||Technical directors, product managers, engineers, technicians, anyone looking to better understand Cornell’s capabilities in materials analysis, processing, and problem-solving. Everyone who attends will walk away with a greater understanding of the resources available at Cornell and the CCMR.|
|When:||Wednesday, April 7, 2021, 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.|
10:30am-10:50am Welcome introductions and Industrial Partnerships Overview
10:50am-11:15am Facilities Overview
11:15am-11:30am Break (Individual Zoom links assigned for each room)
11:30am-12:30pm Chat with a CCMR Expert
Visit one-on-one via separate zoom rooms with one or as many experts as needed. Each zoom room will focus on specific analytical techniques.
Zoom room – Transmission Electron Microscopy – TEM
Zoom room – X-ray Diffraction – XRD
Zoom room – Soft Materials and Polymers – DSC GPC TGA
Expert zoom rooms will remain available as needed until 1:30pm
12:30pm-1:30pm Facility procedures for registering for 1 of 5 free sample analysis
Free analysis consist of a maximum of 30 minutes of instrument time and analysis by the CCMR staff. All sample analysis requests must be approved by the CCMR technical staff. Offer available to the first 5 requests.