Equipment in the Radboud University

Equipment Description Responsible  Links
 STM 3 homebuilt STM setups operating at a solid/liquid interface at room temperature with atmosphere control; currently microfluidics is being incorporated, T-control is a future development

Dr. Hans Elemans

Prof. Alexander Khajetoorians

SPM group
1 Dimension AFM Sort of working horse, small and ‘large’ samples can be measured

Dr. Hans Elemans

Prof. Alexander Khajetoorians

SPM group
1 Nanoscope multimode AFM/STM setup

Dr. Hans Elemans

Prof. Alexander Khajetoorians

SPM group
Scanning ion conductance microscope Allows in situ imaging of biologal samples, cells etc.

Dr. Hans Elemans

Prof. Alexander Khajetoorians

SPM group
Electrochemical liquid STM setup Still in development

Dr. Hans Elemans

Prof. Alexander Khajetoorians

SPM group
High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML) Prof. Peter Christianen HFML
FFF malls Field Flow Fractionation – Multiangle Laser Light Scattering.
(Nanoparticle characterization)
Dr. Daniela Wilson
(Bio-organic Chemistry group)
Contact info Daniela Wilson
 Nanosight  Nanoparticle tracking analysis (Nanoparticle characterization)  Dr. Daniela Wilson
(Bio-organic Chemistry group)
Contact info Daniela Wilson
Peptide synthesizer Peptide synthesis: Fmoc and Boc chemistry Dr. Dennis Lowik
(Bio-organic Chemistry group)
Contact info Dennis Lowik
Confocal microscope – for life cell imaging Prof. Wilhelm Huck
(Physical Organic Chemistry group)
Group website
Droplet-based microfluidic stations Prof. Wilhelm Huck
(Physical Organic Chemistry group)
Group website
IncuCyte ZOOM HD/2CLR system Confocal microscope coupled to a multiwell plate and an incubator. To perform kinetic experiments with living cells. Prof. Alan Rowan
Dr. Anika Nagelkerke
Group website
Solid state NMR Prof. Arno Kentgens
(Solid State NMR group)
Solid State NMR