Associated Facilities

REMRSEC has also established close working relationships with five other centers, the Colorado Fuel Cell Center (CFCC), the Microintegrated Optics for Advanced Bioimaging and Control (MOABC), the Golden Energy Computing Organization (GECO), the Electron Microscopy Laboratory, and the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Laboratory (NMR).

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    Colorado Fuel Cell Center (CFCC)

    CFCC seeks to advance fuel-cell research, development, and commercialization and to promote business opportunities in Colorado. The CFCC was created in 2005 with funding from the Governor's Energy Office and co-funding from four partnering organizations. In July 2006 the CFCC was granted status as a Colorado School of Mines research center.

    Colorado Fuel Cell Center Website
  •  The Golden Energy Computing Organization (GECO)

    The Golden Energy Computing Organization (GECO)

    The Colorado School of Mines (CSM) has acquired and maintains a high performance computing (HPC) cluster with the intent of bringing a new dimension of capability to research in the energy sciences. To be administered by the Golden Energy Computing Organization (GECO), this facility will be a national hub for computational inquiries aimed at the discovery of new ways to meet the energy needs of our society.

    GECO link
  •  Microintegrated Optics For Advanced Bioimaging And Control (MOABC)

    Microintegrated Optics For Advanced Bioimaging And Control (MOABC)

    Our capabilities center around a world-class ultrafast optical science laboratory, featuring three state-of-the-art, high-intensity chirped pulse amplification systems and a large array of femtosecond laser oscillators for imaging and spectroscopy. Such femtosecond optical capabilities require significant infrastructure, facilities not readily available at most institutions. These sources are capable of generating and controlling electromagnetic radiation spanning from the x-ray regime to millimeter waves (terahertz).

    View MOABC Website
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    Electron Microscopy Laboratory

    The Electron Microscopy Laboratory has extensive equipment for imaging and analyzing specimens by routine methods. Microscopes include various light and scanning and transmission electron microscopes. The laboratory also houses equipment for embedding, sectioning, polishing and etching materials specimens. We also have access to preparatory equipment such as ultramicrotomes and a dual-beam FIB.

    Electron Microscopy Laboratory Website
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    Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Laboratory

    The NMR Facility at the Department of Chemistry and Geochemistry at Colorado School of Mines currently has three instruments, each of which are heavily used for daily research activities and long-term experiments. The NMR facility at Mines was recently awarded a Major Research Instrumentation grant from the National Science Foundation to acquire a 500 MHz instrument for liquids analysis, an upgrade to the existing 400 MHz instrument used primarily for solids analysis, and a diffusion probe.