Training in EPR spectroscopy and related techniques.
Training is available for young scientist for up to a two-week visit, with some financial support. A new type of training for advance visitors is now offered for one to three months. (See the Training Section)
Training workshops in EPR spectroscopy.
Principles of EPR Training Workshops were held in 2004, 2006, 2009, 2012 and 2015. They are developed to offer practical, specific training for students and postdocs new to EPR technology.
Contact Candice Klug at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EPR spectrometers are available to experienced spectroscopists for studies that do not require professional staff assistance. Available EPR spectrometers. Contact Candice Klug at email@example.com or the faculty member with whom you have previously worked.
EPR spectra from samples submitted by mail will be obtained if the study is routine. Otherwise, a visit to the Center is more appropriate. Contact Candice Klug at firstname.lastname@example.org or the faculty member with whom you have previously worked.
Specialized Pieces of EPR Equipment
Assistance is available in making various pieces of specialized EPR equipment, including not only advice but also in many cases mechanical drawings. Examples include the following:
- Numerous loop gap resonators or cavity resonators as described in our papers (Contact Dr. James S. Hyde)
- Holder for TPX capillaries in an Eppendorf centrifuge tube
Technical Information for Maintenance of Varian EPR Spectrometers
Center engineers, as well as Dr. Hyde, have extensive knowledge of Varian EPR spectrometers. They may be able to help individuals locate parts. If there is a technical question, contact Chief Engineer Joseph J. Ratke.
The very well-equipped microwave laboratory of the EPR Center is open to qualified users (contact Joseph J. Ratke). Dr. Richard R. Mett has extensive experience in finite-element modeling of electromagnetic field in resonators.