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New Users: Start Here

AMERI is an Open Access facility, available to researchers from academia and industry alike. Like other facilities of its type, AMERI seeks to further research in Engineering and Nanotechnology by consolidating the resources needed to perform this work at one easily accessible location. In order to become a new user: Discuss accessing AMERI with your…
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Florida International University’s Mechanical & Materials Engineering Students and AMERI Researchers Win Big at Materials Science and Technology 2017

Florida International University’s Mechanical & Materials Engineering Students and AMERI Researchers Win Big at Materials Science and Technology 2017 This past fall several AMERI student users attended the Materials Science and Technology 2017 (MS&T17) conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. MS&T is where the materials community gathers together to share and learn about the advances of materials…
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AMERI Spotlight November 2017: Richa Agrawal

AMERI Spotlight November 2017: Richa Agrawal Each month an AMERI user will be featured to showcase their work. Users consist of students, faculty, and professional researchers. This month’s user is Richa Agrawal. Richa Agrawal has been working at AMERI since 2012. She works in the Energy Materials and Biological Sensors Lab, which is directed by Dr. Chunlei…
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Arts in Materials and Devices

Arts in Materials and Devices Earlier this year AMERI conducted an Arts in Materials and Devices Competition. The competition allowed AMERI users to get creative and showcase their talents in capturing surreal macro, micro, or nano structural images. Participants were able to use SEM, TEM, AFM, and STEM, among other equipment in creating their artworks. The…
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AMERI Spotlight October 2017: Melania Antillon

AMERI Spotlight October 2017: Melania Antillon Each month an AMERI user will be featured to showcase their work. Users consist of students, faculty, and professional researchers. This month’s user is Mechanical Engineering undergraduate student Melania Antillon. Melania Antillon has been working for AMERI since January 2016. She works in the Plasma Forming Laboratory (PFL) research…
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