The Renewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (REMRSEC) was founded as a NSF-MRSEC (2008-2016) with significant investment by the Colorado School of Mines to advance photovoltaic and advanced membrane technologies. The center strives to catalyze interdisciplinary research towards renewable energy technologies based on sustainable materials. REMRSEC offers investigators full administrative support and world-class facilities (with technical support) that allow researchers to do research and remove barriers to productivity.
- Cradle-to-grave project support. Help in proposal prep and project setup, tracking of project financials, budget updates and summaries, and project closeout support.
- Event and meeting coordination
- Mines paperwork support, including but not limited to TA/TEs, HR contracts, purchasing, etc.
- Synthesis Lab HH 323
- Clean Room HH 312 / photolithography processing
- Processing Lab HH 310 / wafer processing, thin film sputter and evaporator systems
- PECVD Lab HH 302 / advanced thin film growth lab, amorphous and nanoparticle capabilities
- Characterization Lab GRL 231 / thin film characterization, including electron spin resonance, photoluminescence and solar device testing