About the NCC


The NCC is a research core facility of the VCU Office of Research and located in the Institute for Engineering and Medicine. The NCC is also a partnership between the VCU School of Engineering and the VCU College of Humanities and Sciences. As a core research facility, resources and services are available by contract to not only university faculty but industry as well. Click here to see a visual overview of the NCC.

The NCC offers technologies that benefit multi-disciplinary industrial and scholarly research in a broad range of sciences to modify, manipulate or tailor the surface, size, or shape of a particular material.

With the NCC you gain access to over $11 million in sophisticated materials characterization equipment and analytical services unique to the mid-Atlantic region.

Equipment



Last Updated: Wed, Dec 5, '18

Instrument Status Comments
Bruker Bioscope AFM Fully Operational
Hitachi FE-SEM Su-70 Fully Operational
LSM 710 Laser Scanning Microscope Fully Operational
LabRam HR Evolution Fully Operational
Nikon Digital Optical Microscope Fully Operational
Quantum Design VersaLab Not Operational
Rame-hart Contact Angle Fully Operational
Skyscan 1173 microCT Fully Operational
ThermoFisher ESCAlab 250 Not Operational
VEECO ICON AFM Not Operational
Dimension FastScan AFM Fully Operational
X’Pert PRO PANanalytical Fully Operational
ZEISS Libra 120 TEM Fully Operational
Zeiss Auriga Crossbeam FIB Operational EDX option is not available
PANalytical X-Ray Fluorescence Not Operational waiting for the engineer
Physical Property Measurement System Fully Operational
PHI VersaProbe III Scanning XPS Microprobe Fully Operational