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AJA I Training

In order to be authorized to use the AJA Sputterer all users must complete AJA training. The training consists of two parts, a video describing AJA practices and policies, and a test.

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AJA Test

When you are ready take the test.

Additional Information

To schedule follow-up training on AJA I, please contact Glenn Kuschke, 1-612-625-7368,

For additional process related questions please contact Kevin Roberts, 1-612-624-7092,

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Aerosol and Particle Measurement Short Course
August 21-23, 2017

Are you interested in attending? Please see the flier for more information.

International Corporation

New Probe Station
MNC has installed a new probe station generously donated by EverBeing International Corporation headquartered in Taiwan. This new probe station will greatly enhance our capabilities in DC and low frequency electrical characterization, and will be located in Area 3 (1-132) in Keller Hall.

Inside the University of Minnesota's Minnesota Nano Center: Take a look inside the University of Minnesota's Minnesota Nano Center, a state of the art facility dedicated to the design, fabrication and testing of small-scale devices. Video produced by the Office of Business Relations, with assistance from the College of Science & Engineering.

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