You may only use equipment in the Surface, Interface & Thin Film Group if you have been properly trained. This training normally includes background reading (so you know the principles behind different instruments and techniques), satisfactory risk assessment, AND hands-on training with me and/or an experienced operator. You may also have to do Departmental training to underpin certain tasks, e.g. liquid nitrogen handling for Hall measurements.
Full training on very complex machines such as MADGEneto may take several months but you may be signed off to perform a subset of tasks.
As always: if in doubt, ASK.
|Instrument / System||Where?||Trained People|
|Kelvin Probe||P423A||Sam Seddon, James Bryant, Jamie Martin, Nidhi Somaiya, Prem Sonigra, Aimee Coleman, Chris Benjamin|
|Hall Measurement System||P423A||Corinne Maltby, Ibrahim Elhoussieney, Tom Rehaag|
|Spin Coater||P423A||Sam Seddon, Martin Spangenberg, James Bryant, Chris Benjamin|
|UV ozone cleaner||P423A||Chris Benjamin|
|MADGEneto||P422||Phil Mousley, Ibrahim Elhoussieney, Tom Rehaag|
|Mercutio||P424||Jamie Martin, Nidhi Somaiya, Sam Seddon, James Bryant, Prem Sonigra, Chris Benjamin|
|Moneypenny||P422||Jamie Martin, Nidhi Somaiya, Sam Seddon, Aimee Coleman, Chris Benjamin|
|Morbius||P424||(during construction phase) Chris Benjamin, Ibrahim Elhoussieney, Tom Rehaag|
|Mini-Me||P424||(machine does not exist yet!)|
|Matilda||mobile||Jamie Martin, Nidhi Somaiya, Sam Seddon, Chris Benjamin, Ibrahim Elhoussieney, Tom Rehaag|
|Liquid Nitrogen||all||Chris Benjamin, Ibrahim Elhoussieney, Tom Rehaag|