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    Dr. Mary Brydon-Miller
    Mission:
    The mission of the Action Research Center is to promote social justice and strengthen communities, locally and globally, by advancing research, education, and action through participatory and reflective practices.

    Vision:
    To become a leader in action research in our community, the university, and internationally by providing a welcoming home to all forms of action research and sharing a common set of values.

    Click here for the ARC’s Planning Document (in draft form)

    You can also find us on Facebook by searching for ARC of UC.

    For ARJ community blog,join us at http://arj-journal.blogspot.com/  Read More
    513 556 5108

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    Melodie Fickenscher
    The Advanced Materials Characterization Center is a research facility in the College of Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. The Center provides analytical instrumentation, training and sample evaluation to researchers within the UC community as well as external universities and industries.  Read More
    513-556-3246


  • Charles V. Vorhees, PhD and Michael T. Williams, PhD
    Our behavioral and nonbehavioral assays will help you characterize the nervous system function in mice and rats. There is no fee for our services. Our mission is to form collaborative partnerships with researchers that will benefit science. Our measurement protocols include video tracking and photocell technology.  Read More
    513-636-8622


  • Prof. Jay Kim
     The lab is directed by Dr. Kim. The experimental acoustics testing area of the Applied Acoustics Lab at UC consists of a full anechoic chamber with an option to convert to semi-anechoic condition, suitable for test work in the frequency range of 100 Hz to 20,000 Hz.  A comprehensive PC (NI Labview) based acoustic testing system that consists of 24 channels of real-time acoustic testing capability with sampling rate of up to 100,000 Hz, 16 microphones with preamps, a microphone calibrator, 2 tri-axial accelerometers, a digital hand-help sound meter, and a digital signal generator. A sound quality chamber equipped with high-speed processor, acoustic head and sound quality system are also available for recording, analyzing and synthesizing acoustic noise characteristics of environmental sound fields.  Read More
    556-4680

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    Ian Papautsky
    The BioMicroSystems (BMS) Lab performs highly multi-disciplinary research, from fundamental science to applied work. The BioMicroSystems research includes application of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and microfluidics to biology, medicine, and environment, often referred to as BioMEMS. Our mission is to understand and develop microfluidic systems and sensors for improving public health and safety. We also have a strong interest in developing microfabrication and nanofabrication techniques. The BMS Lab has extensive experience in the design, modeling, fabrication, and characterization of systems on the micro and nano scale. We also have extensive knowledge of clean room operations as well as the associated equipment used to fabricate and characterize MEMS devices and systems. An additional focus of our the lab is in educating students in the area of microfluidics. In 2010, BMS Lab became a member of the national Micro/Nano Fluidics Fundamentals Focus (MF3) Center. The Center is composed of academic, government and commercial institutions across the country dedicated to the development of the basic science and technology of micro/nanoscale fluidics and their advancement toward applications in a number of commercial and military arenas.  Read More

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    David Smithrud
    One of the newest developments in the Department is the collection of talent in the field of Biomedical Chemistry. The well-funded and equipped research programs of Profs. Iyer and Smithrud focus on activities related to drug design, drug delivery and structure-activity relationships.
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    • More information on the Smithrud research program
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    Gary Dean, BSL3 Facility Director
    Laboratory environment suitable for working with BSL3 agents.  Read More
    513-558-0065


  • Sam.Antoline@uc.edu
    The CEAS Digital Fabrication Center utlizes the following equipment:
    Dimension SST1200es 3D printer
    Dimension uPrint SE 3D Printer
    ZCorp Spectrum Z510
    Haas TM-1P CNC Mill
    Haas TL-1 CNC Lathe
    Tormach PCNC 770 CNC Mill  Read More
    513-556-5314


  • Ron Hudepohl (Shop Manager)
    The CEAS Rhodes Hall Machine Shop utilizes the following tools:
    • 3 Manual Mills
    • 1 2-axis CNC Mill
    • 3 Manual Lathes
    • 2 Band Saws
    • 2 Vertical Band Saws
    • 1 Kick Shear
    • 1 Press Brake
    • 2 Drill Presses
    • 1 Belt Sander
    • 1 Wet Blast Machine
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    513-556-5218


  • Doug Rife
    The CEAS Victory Parkway Manufacturing Labs utlize the following tools:
    Horizontal cut-off saws, (1) manual, (1) CNC
    Air-plasma cutting systems, (1) manual, (1) CNC
    (2) Vertical band-saws
    (7) Horizontal and vertical milling Machines
    4Ft. Radial drill
    (2) Surface grinders
    (9) 13” Engine lathes
    Turret lathe
    4Ft., 16Ga. Squaring shear
    4Ft., 16Ga. Press-brake
    Magnetic bender
    Ironworker
    16Ga. Notcher
    (14) 250A TIG/Arc welders
    (6) 250A MIG Welders
    (8) Oxy-acety. welders
    (2) Spot-welders
    Equipment for sand-casting aluminum or brass
    Small sand-blasting cabinet  Read More
    513-556-4375

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