STROBE is pushing the limits of nanoscale multimodal imaging science and technologies, partnering with industry, national laboratories and academe, and providing professional development and entrepreneurship programs to educate a diverse group of students for innovative STEM careers.
STROBE partners with several national laboratories to pursue joint research, and transfers new methods, technologies and algorithms to federal user facilities. By working together, we enable faster knowledge transfer to benefit users of these facilities.
STROBE engages in long-term collaborations with strategic large and small Industry partners to advance imaging science capabilities. These partnerships bring high-value knowledge exchange to all participants and expose our trainees to industry careers.
STROBE offers innovative education pathways to prepare a diverse group of trainees for 21st century careers. From transdisciplinary graduate curricula, to meaningful undergraduate laboratories and research experiences, to K-12 communities, our education strategic partners allow us to leverage word-class expertise to achieve our goals.
The PEAQS-STROBE partnership is strategic: STROBE is developing advanced microscopes that are needed to image nanosystems, NSU has extensive world-class capabilities for fabricating advanced materials and FLC has expertise and infrastructure for material characterization and nanofabrication. This partnership enables cutting-edge materials science that no individual partner member has the current capacity to do.
PEAQS research focuses on understanding how the atomic and nanoscale structure determines the functionality of materials. This focus provides a diverse set of research opportunities for students, engaging them in many facets of materials science research.To learn more about the incredible research the PEAQS undergrads are engaging in, please visit PEAQS.org/research.