The Centre for NanoScience Research provides access to state-of-the-art instrumentation and fosters and promotes interdisciplinary research collaborations in nanoscale science.
Analytical separations lab
We are at the forefront of capillary electrophoresis (CE) and have access to a broad variety of HPLC instruments in the lab.
Laser spectroscopy facility
We have lasers for high resolution laser excited total luminescence, excitation, fluorescence lifetime measurements and more.
Material characterization lab
Instrumentation includes polymer characterization techniques (GPC, VPO) and also DSC/TGA for thermal analysis.
Microscopy and imaging facility
We deliver microscopy services and training on advanced scanning probe microscope and electron microscopy resources, with demonstrated resolution on the order of fractions of a nanometer.
Nano material synthesis
Our various nanomaterial synthesis reactors are designed to enhance the ability to perform chemical reactions under controlled conditions on a laboratory scale.
State-of-the-art instrumentations to detect, determine, and quantify the molecular and/or structural composition of samples in physical and analytical chemistry, with a focus on expertise in nanomaterials.
For information regarding instrumentation, availability, training and sample service, please contact:
Nooshin Movahed, PhD
Manager, Centre for NanoScience Research, Concordia University
Tel.: 514-848-2424, ext. 2672
Office: 412 HU building — Richard J. Renaud Science Complex, 7141 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Que., Canada H4B 1R6