Separation Science and Technology User Facility
The High Temperature Superconductivity User Facility consists of 10,000 square feet of laboratories and offices in Building One of the Los Alamos Research Park. Research and development are conducted within this space on processes for fabrication of high temperature superconducting tapes, measurement of the physical and electronic properties of superconductors, and development and demonstration of applications using the superconductors.
The STC is the newest of approximately 40 LANL User Facilities available for use by outside organizations. Users access the equipment in order to fabricate, calibrate, test, and evaluate products and processes. The user directs the activity described within the User Facility agreement for use of the DOE-approved facility and pays the full cost recovery for using the facility.
Companies that could benefit from collaborating with LANL in this User Facility include companies that
This technology will quite literally change the way the world moves electricity, significantly reducing dependence on fossil fuel. Now is the time to "get on board" with high temperature superconductors and work side by side with the scientists and engineers who have brought these materials from laboratory curiosities to commercially viable products.
Open access to users.