February 4, 2023 UMD Home NanoCenter AIMLab
  1. Register on our website

    The Equipment Scheduler system is integrated with this website allowing 24/7 access to make reservations.

    If you haven't already done so, please register on the website. This registration will be used to make your reservations.

    Click here to Register

  2. Set up your billing account(s)

    Billing information is required prior to making any reservations or working in our labs.

    Internal Users

    If you are a UMD faculty, researcher, or student please submit the following request form.

    Internal Billing Account Setup Form

    External Users

    If you are a non-UMD faculty, researcher, or student, government, or industry member please submit the following request form.

    External Billing Account Setup Form

  3. Chemical Safety Training

    All users must read and understand the following documents:

    Internal Users

    UMCP users must complete the online Chemical Hygiene Training Program for Chemical Workers and successfully pass a quiz at the end.

    External Users

    External users must have completed similar training and be approved on a case-by-case basis by FabLab staff.

  4. Training

    Training is by appointment only. All new users must schedule a FabLab familiarization and safety training session with: Tom Loughran (301-405-3642, tcl@umd.edu)
    Jon Hummel (301-405-5017, jhummel1@umd.edu)
    Mark Lecates (301-405-5197, mlecates@umd.edu)
    John Abraham (301-405-5018, jabrah@umd.edu)
    Nam Kim (301-405-6664, nsk0248@umd.edu)

    The initial training session (no charge) runs for approximately one hour and is limited to 5 users per session. In addition to the orientation, you must have taken and passed the University of Maryland Department of Environmental Safety on-line Chemical Hygiene Training Program for Laboratory Workers in the previous step.

    During that time, you will learn how to properly gown up for the clean room, get a brief overview of the equipment and chemicals in FabLab and brief us on what you would like to do in FabLab.

    Based on this, you can arrange for the appropriate training needed on each piece of equipment that you will be using.

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