Shared Equipment

Stevens Institute of Technology facilities provide state-of-the-art laboratory equipment for use campus-wide. Below are some of the equipment available in our facilities.

Center for Enviromental Systems

Point of Contact: Tsanliang Su, [email protected]

  • Varian Saturn II gas chromatography/ Ion trap mass spectrometer (GC/MS) equipped with Tekmar 2016 purge & trap autosampler

  • Fison MD 800 gas chromatography/ Quadrupole mass spectrometer (GC/MS)

  • Varian Vista MPX Simultaneous Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometer (ICP-OES)

  • Varian 3600 gas chromatography equipped with TCD/FID/ECD detectors

  • Varian high performance liquid chromatography equipped with 9065 diode array detector

  • Fison Vg Quattro LC/MS/MS Spectrometer equipped with EI & APCI

  • Perkin-Elmer ABI 270-HT Capillary Electrophoresis

  • Tekmar Phoenix 8000 total organic carbon analyzer (TOC)

  • Toxicity characteristics leaching procedure (TCLP) apparatus

  • Varian Zeeman 400 Spectra-AA atomic absorption spectrometer

  • Hewlett Packard UV/VIS diode array spectrometer

  • Dionex IC25 Ion Chromatography equipped autosampler and fractional collector

  • Dionex IC/MS

  • Dionex ASE 300 Accelerated Solvent Extractor

  • Veeco Atomic Forced Microscope (AFM)

  • Thermo Nicolet Nexus 670 FT-IR spectrometer equipped with 10 metre Gas Cell and ATR Microscope

  • Optical and polarizing microscope capabilities for geological sample analysis

  • X-ray diffraction capabilities for mineralogical characterizations

  • Scanning electron microscope (SEM) for surface morphological studies

  • Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)

  • Zeta potentiometer for solid surface charge analyses

  • Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometer Banian Technology

  • KPA-11 Kinetic Phosphoresences Analyzer Chemchek Instruments, Inc.

  • IC Chromatography equipped with MSQ/ Conductivity detectors, Dionex Corporation

  • Liquid Scintillation Counter, TRI-CARB 2900TR, Perkin Elmer

Center for Healthcare Innovation

Point of Contact: Michael Sabio, [email protected]

  • High-Performance-Computing (HPC) capabilities

  • High-end 3-D graphics workstations

  • Extensive storage facilities

  • Robust suites of protein and small molecule tools for computational studies including protein analysis, homology modeling, ligand and protein based in silico screening, pharacophore modeling, chemical informatics, property prediction and visualization

  • SensiQ Surface Plasmon Resonance

  • Jasco J810 CD Spectropolarimeter

  • QuantStudio 5 qPCR

  • Spectromax Gemini fluorescence

  • Spectromax 384 Plus absorbance & Envision plate readers

Davidson Laboratory

Point of Contact: Jon Miller, [email protected]

  • 1 Teledyne 1200kHz Workhorse Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP)

  • 1 Teledyne 1200kHz Workhorse Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP)

  • 2 Nortek Continental Side-Looking ADCPs

  • 1 Nortek Aquadopp ADCPs

  • 1 Nortek high-frequency Aquadopp ADCP

  • 2 Nortek Vector single-point current meters with cable probe

  • 4 Campbell Scientific CRS456 water level sensors

  • 3 Campbell Scientific OBS 3+ (Optical Backscatter Sensors)

  • 1 Teledyne/Odom ETCV100 Echosounder and Data Logger

  • 2 Topcon GR-5 RTK GPS Receiver

  • 2 Topcon Geo 3G Field Controller

  • 1 Ashtec Z-Max GPS Surveying System

  • 2 YSI Sonde 6600EDS-M Water Quality Sensors

  • 1 YSI Sonde 600LS-BAT-C-T-SV Water Quality Sensor

  • 1 Campbell Scientific CR300x Data Logger

  • 10 Current Drifters with GPS for (4 are better for Sufzone)

  • 1 RBR Solo3 D|Wave16 – High-frequency pressure sensor for measuring waves and water level

  • 2 Ocean Sensor Systems Wave Logger III with 2-meter staffs

Laboratory for Multiscale Imaging

Point of Contact: Alex (Tseng-Ming) Chou, [email protected]

  • Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM):  JEOL 2100 Plus 200 keV TEM/STEM

  • Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM):  Zeiss Auriga FIB/SEM

  • Electron Microscopy (EM) Specimen Preparation

  • Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM):  Bruker Bioscope Resolve Atomic Force Microscope with integrated fluorescence microscope

  • Optical Microscopy:  Nikon E-1000 upright and Nikon Ti-E inverted microscope

  • X-Ray Diffraction:  Rigaku Ultima IV X-ray diffractometer

  • Image Analysis

STAR Center

Point of Contact: Hady Salloum, [email protected]

  • Insect Incubator

  • Maritime Radar

  • IR Camera

  • Acoustic Sensor

  • AIS receiver

  • Laser Vibrometer

  • Spectrum Analyzer

  • Signal Analyzer

Mass Spectrometry Laboratory

Point of Contact: Athula Attygale, [email protected]

  • Waters SYNAPT G2 HDMS Q-ToF Mass spectrometer

  • Ion mobility

  • Waters Quattro Ultima Mass spectrometer

  • Agilent GC-MS

  • Shimadzu GC-MS (QP-5050A)

  • Waters ZQ

  • Dionex Ion Chromatograph with Thermo Finnigan Surveyor MSQ

MicroDevice Laboratory

Point of Contact: Kyungnam Kang, [email protected]

  • Mask aligner:  Karl Suss MA6

  • Spin Coater/Drier:  Headway Research

  • Nanoimprinter:  Nanonex

  • Solvent Bench:  Clean Air Products

  • Wet Etch Bench:  Clean Air Products

  • Holplate System:  Alpha Multiservices

  • Ovens:  Alpha Multiservices

  • Surface Treatment:  PLasmaEtch PE50 O2 plasma

  • Nanomanipulator:  Zyvex KZ100

  • Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope: ESEM, Quanta FEG 450

  • Atomic Force Microscope:  AGM, Pacific Nanotechnology

  • Small Angle X-Ray Scattering:  SAXS, Bruker Nanostar

  • E-beam Evaporator:  Denton Vacuum

  • Thermal Evaporator:  Ladd Research

  • Molecular Vapo Deposition System:  Applied MST

  • Sputter Coater:  Pelco

  • Deep Reactive Ion Etcher:  DRIE, BMRTek

  • XeF2 Etcher:  Xactix

  • Inductively Coupled Plasma Etcher:  ICP, BMRTek

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