ASET’s mission is to have multidisciplinary analytical capability among Biologists, Chemists, Engineers, Biogeochemists, and Environmental Scientists and to support analytical research in these disciplines.
- A number of established analytical methods for each instrument.
- Development of new methods on existing equipment.
- Individual training of USERS outside of UAA.
- Help with evaluation of analytical procedures and development of an analytical budget plan for new proposals.
The ASET lab is available for the University of Alaska, other universities, government agencies, and private organizations.
ASET facilities are subject to these basic rules:
- ASET needs to recover costs associated with use of the lab.
- Only qualified faculty and students are allowed to run instruments, to ensure that equipment remains functional. Students at the UAA campus are strongly recommended to attend the class: "Instrumental Chemistry" held by (Chemistry Department). Other ASET users will be trained by the ASET personnel before using the laboratory equipment.
- Development of new analytical methods in ASET requires preparation of a SAFETY OPERATION PROCEDURE for chemicals and equipment used for this specific method. The SOP has to be submitted to Trig Trigiano (firstname.lastname@example.org) director of . A template can be found here .
- For information about chemicals and safety operation procedure at UAA please read the Chemical Hygene Plan .
- All lab users have a collaborative attitude towards research in the lab, and keep the lab clean and organized.
To request working with ASET, please send an email to:
Birgit Hagedorn email@example.com
Benjamine Applegate firstname.lastname@example.org
Give us your name, phone number, organization or department, and a brief project description
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