Providing Pitt faculty and research partners with managed and comprehensive access to in situ electron microscopy facilities and catalysis experts.
The ETEM Catalysis Consortium (ECC) provides researchers at Pitt and beyond with managed and comprehensive access to the cutting-edge in situ electron microscopy tools and catalysis expertise needed to address the critical challenges in catalysis science.
Pitt is home to one of only a handful of ETEMs in the US. The ECC serves as an interface to these unique and powerful instruments available at Pitt and ECC partner sites. Dedicated technical staff, experienced in both TEM and catalysis, aid customers
interested in ETEM in designing and carrying out experiments. Assistance with data analysis and consultation on projects is also available.
the ECC Overview Brochure