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Projects/Programs

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Magnetic Imaging

Completed
Our goal is to develop a real-time magnetic domain imaging system and apply it to technologically important systems, including data-storage and permanent

Membranes for Clean Water

Completed
This project provides measurement solutions that probe the surface and internal structure of polymer membranes used in water purification, and correlate that

Metrology of Magnetic Materials

Ongoing
We are developing best practice metrology for characterization of magnetic nanoparticle systems (e.g. blocking temperature, anisotropy, property distributions

Metrology for Nanomaterials in Medicine

Ongoing
Advances in methods, instrumentation and standards promote the development of measurement science capabilities in separation technology and physical-chemical

Microplastic and Nanoplastic Metrology

Ongoing
The mission of the Micro and Nanoplastic (MNP) Metrology Project is to assist regulators in assessing the human health and environmental risks associated with

Microscopy Methods

Completed
This project is developing means of quantitatively measuring chemical distributions in three dimensions at the nanometer scale in materials with complex

Modeling and Simulations

Ongoing
Modeling and Simulation are vital for metrology. Models help define measurable quantities and establish their significance and application. One of the simplest

Nanocalorimetry Measurements

Ongoing
Nanocalorimetry provides a capability to measure the thermal properties of very small samples and at very fast rates. Materials and interfaces of interest

Nanoscale Thermal Properties

Completed
Our goal is to develop measurement techniques to characterize the changes in thermal transport and thermal transition temperatures in polymeric and hybrid