Montana Tech Laboratories and Facilities
The Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP) was founded in 1989 and focuses on analytical laboratory testing, materials laboratory testing, and research program management.
The Center for Environmental Remediation and Assessment (CERA) oversees environmental solutions that aid in responsible natural resource use, development, closure and reuse.
The Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology (MBMG) geoscientists collect, interpret, and distribute geologic data used to manage Montana’s water, land, mineral, and energy resources, and to assess geologic hazards.
The Analytical Testing Laboratory provides a diverse spectrum of analytical services focused on high resolution imaging, elemental analysis, microcrystalline phase analysis and automated mineralogy, including modal mineralogy, mineral liberation, mineral associations and grain size analysis.
The Electron Microscopy Laboratory (E.M.Tech) within the Department of Biological Sciences at Montana Tech operates a Hitachi HT7820 transmission electron microscope (TEM) with scanning transmission electron microscopy and is equipped with energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS) capability.
Our geological engineering department is home to state-of-the-art facilities including a triaxial testing lab.
The High Performance Computer (HPC) Cluster, is a high-powered supercomputer that helps drive research and innovation at Montana Tech. Parallel computing powers greatly reduce the amount of processing time required for large amounts of data.Learn more about HPC.
The Materials Testing Laboratory offers mechanical testing, mineral processing and metallography. We are well versed in the mechanical testing of metals, composites, polymers, plastics, and wood
The MBMG Analytical Laboratory conducts analytical method development and sample analyses in support of research being done by MBMG programs.
The Underground Mine Education Center (UMEC) give hands-on learning opportunities for courses in mining, geological, environmental and metallurgical engineering and occupational safety and health.
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