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University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire


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The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Materials Science Center offers expertise in nanotechnology, access to nanotechnology instrumentation and educational opportunities in nanotechnology through a Materials Science major.  Faculty and staff from the The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Materials Science Center offers expertise in nanotechnology, access to nanotechnology instrumentation and educational opportunities in nanotechnology through a Materials Science major.  Faculty and staff from the Materials Science Center are providing solutions to complex problems of the day through the study of matter, as well as investigations into the way materials can be applied to create new devices and structures of utility. The Materials Science Center has been invaluable to small businesses that otherwise would not have the resources and access to the kind of instrumentation necessary to bring solutions, products and processes to the market quickly and effectively. State-of-the-art instrumentation, student and faculty research collaborations and innovative industry partnerships have been the hallmark of the Materials Science Center since it opened in 2004.  

The Materials Science major is an ideal way learn the fundamentals about Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. Materials Science is an interdisciplinary field involving the properties of matter and its applications to areas of science and engineering. This science investigates the relationship between the structure of materials at atomic or molecular scales and their macroscopic properties.  It includes elements of applied physics and chemistry.  Nanoscience and nanotechnology are two growth areas of materials science in which new research and applications are being developed.
                                             

Materials Science Center Facilities 
 
Students have the opportunity to use excellent on-campus state-of-the-art materials-science facilities including instrumentation housed in the Materials Science Center. Instrumentation includes: a scanning Auger nanoprobe, a transmission electron microscope, a scanning electron microscope, an x-ray photoelectron spectrometer, a scanning tunneling electron microscope, atomic force microscopes, a high resolution inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometer, x-ray diffractometer, x-ray fluorescence spectrometer and a molecular beam epitaxial growth chamber to name a few! Read more abour our Materials Science Center Instrumentation.
 Materials Science Center Contacts
Dr. Doug Dunham
Materials Science Center Director
715-836-5504
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Dr. Marc McEllistrem
Academis Program Director
715-836-4081
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Dr. Jill Ferguson
Analytical Sciencest
715-836-2728
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Dr. Anthony Wagner
Analytical Scientist
715-836-5406
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