The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offers a wide range of services to members of the UMBC community. In addition, the Mass Spectrometry and NMR Facilities are also available to the research community at large on a for-fee basis. The facilities serve as a resource offering service, training and instrumentation with the primary aim of providing investigators with access to modern instrumentation and/or sample analysis. The glass shop is also available for services both within and outside of the UMBC community. To learn more about the services we offer, please select the appropriate link below. Other specialized consulting services may also be arranged by contacting individual faculty.
Custom Glassblowing Services for the UMBC Community and Off-campus Clients
The electronics shop is open normal business hours and is staffed by Nickolai Galitsky. The shop can provide a substantial range of complex technical support in the areas of repair, design, fabrication and testing of scientific equipment of most all types. The labor rate for in-house work is $60/hr for assessment and $30 an hour for repairs.
Jobs for off-campus customers are welcome and negotiated. Contact: Nickolai Galitsky Technology Research Center, (TRC room 168) 410-455-2211. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Machine Shop is a full service, full-time staffed, facility capable of fabricating devices required by faculty, students, and staff within the Department setting. Contract for off-campus customers is also feasible. The Machine Shop, in addition to fabricating devices, possesses a full compliment of manual machine tools and will perform repair and maintenance on existing equipment and scientific devices. Other services include advising customers about the feasibility of construction and repair and advising concerning vendors for special parts and services not available at the university. The Shop is located at the Warehouse building in room 111 adjacent to the Shuttle Bus Service and the hours of operation are from 8:00am to 3:30pm. Contact: John Cataldi (410) 455-5941 JCDC@umbc.edu