Mission Statement

The Faculty Center for Nano Structure Research is a service facility and an institutional cooperation between the Faculties of Physics and Chemistry. It is located at the Faculty of Physics and offers scientists and students of the two faculties an easy access to large and expensive instruments, in particular the Zeiss Supra 55 VP scanning electron microscope, a WITec alpha 300A AFM/Raman and the Bruker Nanostar laboratory small-angle X-ray scattering system. Among the other available facilities/services are a Zeiss Axioplan universal light microscope with an attached micro-hardness tester, a self-service grinding, lapping and polishing machine available to all students of the two faculties and an embedding/polishing service for challenging samples. More information can be found in the respective links in the menu on the right side. Please note the terms of use of our laboratories and equipment.

New Microscopy Laboratory — Room 3333

The Axioplan microscope for materials analysis, the Zeiss Axioskop 2 fluorescence microscope and the Anton-Paar Micro Indentation Tester have been moved to lab 3333 which is accessible from the corridor. Access is granted to all that complete the necessary safety training. Working without a supervisor is only allowed after completing the training.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Due to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the calendars showing measurement appointments on the Faculty Center's equipment are only accessible after logging in with your u:account.