MADE in SC Equipment List


Description: Gamry Potentiostat, interface 5000
Institution: Winthrop University
Location: SIMS Science Center, Room 204B
Purpose: Cyclic voltammetry, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, galvanostatic chargedischarge,and cycling stability measurements of batteries and supercapacitors can be performed on the Gamry Potentiostat / Galvanostat.
Access and Schedules: Researchers from other MADE in SC institutions should contact Dr. Amir for use of this equipment. There will be no fee associated with outside use.
Point of Contact: Dr. Fatima Amir, Chemistry, Physics and Geology Department, (803) 323-4935, Email


Description: The Malvern Zetasizer Nano (ZEN 2600) + universal dip cell kit Z1002
Institution: Winthrop University
Location: SIMS Science Center, Room 204B
Purpose: The Zetasizer measures the Zeta potential and conductivity of suspensions used in electrophoretic deposition. It also measures the mobility of the particles in the suspension.
Access and Schedules: Researchers from other MADE in SC institutions should contact Dr. Amir for use of this equipment. There will be no fee associated with outside use.
Point of Contact: Dr. Fatima Amir, Chemistry, Physics and Geology Department, (803) 323-4935, Email


Description: Leica TCS SP8 Spectral Confocal System with 3 channels.
Institution: Furman University
Location: Townes Science Center, Room 066A
Purpose: This is a fluorescence confocal microscope which can obtain images of live or fixed cells/tissue samples, and has the capability to perform simultaneous imaging of three different channels.
Access and Schedules: This instrument is available for use by interested parties at Furman University and other universities in South Carolina affiliated with MADE in SC. Before approval, students and/or faculty are required to complete a 1-2 hour training session/checkout to develop the requisite knowledge required for proper use of the microscope. To access the instrument, a sign-up system is provided to allow all users dedicated time on the microscope, facilitated by oversight provided by Dr. Adi Dubash. In most cases hourly user fees are not charged outside of the purchase of appropriate consumables.
Point of Contact: Dr. Adi Dubash, Assistant Professor, Biology Department, Furman University, (864) 294-3580, Email


Institution: University of South Carolina
Location: Coker Hall of Life Sciences, Room 001
Description: Hitachi HT7800 120kV TEM outfitted with AMT XR81 bottom mount high definition wide angle integrated camera and Oxford STD X-Max 80T large area Microanalysis system for elemental analysis and area mapping
Purpose: The Hitachi HT7800 with its superior high-contrast and high-resolution imaging capability makes it an ideal instrument for polymer, chemistry, biomaterials, nanomaterials, and biological applications.
Access and Schedules: This instrument is available for use by all members of the University of South Carolina system and other institutions affiliated with MADE in SC. The instrument usage fee is listed on the USC Electron Microscopy Center web site (www.emc.sc.edu). All interested users must complete a training session and an online instrument reservation system can be used to reserve microscope sessions.
Point of Contact: Dr. Soumitra Ghoshroy, Director, Electron Microscopy Center, University of South Carolina, (803) 777-7085, Email


Institution: USC Beaufort
Location: Hargray Building, Room 162 (Computational Science Lab)
Description: Three (3) workstations for faculty research, Dell Precision T79200 Series
Purpose: For research in MCC, particularly for the development of a new Materials Science Database system
Access and Schedules: Standard university IT policy for computer access.
Point of Contact: Dr. Yiming Ji, USC Beaufort, Department of Computer Science, (843) 208-8216, Email