Vertical Air Profiler
High Bandwidth PMT
A Look Inside the Amy Facility
The Amy Facility is a hub for original instrumentation creation, project work and repairs in the Brown Laboratory of Chemistry.
Purdue News recently featured Chemistry's Miri Niedrauer and her story of persistence. See her video, which includes a brief mention of a project here in the Amy Facility.
Team members and the prototype instrument (L-R Josh Johnson, Scott McLuckey, Greg Eakins, Ian Carrick, Kenny Lee (seated), Ryan Hilger.)
Several Amy Facility staff members have been involved in the DARPA Make-It Project that was featured in Purdue News.
- A Look Inside the Amy Facility
- 8-Channel RF Signal Generator
- Apple Pencil Charger
- Photochemical Reactor
- RCF Controller
- High Bandwidth 16-Channel PMT Amplifier
- O'Buoy Project
- Argos Data Collector
- Vertical Air Profiler
- Flow Reactor
- E-Beam Project
- Coiled Tubing Reactor
- Carbon Fiber Tubing
- Cryogenic Cooling Stage
- Photomultiplier Tube Power Supply
- Cold Ion Spectroscopy
- Mass Spec Solids Probe