Three state-of-the-art core facilities to transform your most challenging concepts into reality.
The Conn Center MET Service Center maintains a comprehensive capability for characterizing both inorganic and soft materials using a variety of microscopy, spectroscopy, and diffraction tools. One of the goals of the Conn Center is to maintain this comprehensive laboratory as a core facility for UofL researchers, extramural researchers from across the state, and regional industry users.
The MNTC is on the cutting edge of nanotechnology. With a $300M / 10,000 sq. ft. cleanroom facility and a complete suite of scanning electron and atomic force microscopes at the Huson Imaging & Characterization Laboratory, it's easy to see why Speed School is leading the way in microelectronics, micro/nanotechnology, advanced materials, biotechnology and MEMS.
Getting quality products to market quickly is critical in the modern marketplace. AMIST Core Facility for 3D printing and additive manufacturing of metals and polymers give Speed School students a competitive edge in R&D that saves time and money. It's no wonder that Fortune 500 companies rely on our research as they look to the future.