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  • IKERKETA ERREKTOREORDETZAVICERRECTORADO DE INVESTIGACIN

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    La Universidad del Pas Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, UPV/EHU, gestiona susServicios Generales de Investigacin, SGIker con vocacin de responder y servir deapoyo a la investigacin. Anualmente, llevan a cabo diversas actividades de potenciacinde la I+D+i, entre las que se encuentran la oferta de Cursos Formativos, dinamizandode esta manera la generacin de conocimiento y capacidades dando as respuesta alas demandas de la sociedad.

    En este catlogo se presenta la Oferta Formativa enmarcada en una estrategia degestin de la calidad, avalada por la certificacin ISO 9001:2008, y organizada a travsde cursos impartidos por personal altamente cualificado (doctores). Se dispone de losrecursos tcnicos e instrumentales ms avanzados, abarcando todas las reas y tcnicasdisponibles en los Servicios.

    La Direccin de los SGIker agradece a los asesores cientficos, tcnicos de las Unidades,personal de gestin y a los usuarios, la confianza y la ilusin con la que da a da trabajany colaboran para que los SGIker alcancen el alto nivel de competitividad propio de unaUniversidad Investigadora.

    Prof. Maribel ArriortuaSGIker Director

    General Research Services, SGIker, have a system of quality management according to the UNE-EN ISO9001:2008 rule for managing the teaching of continuing education.

  • Index

    Materials and Surfaces ...........................................................................05- Laser Facility ...........................................................................................................06- Geochronology and Isotope Geochemistry ...........................................................07- Macrobehaviour-Mesostructure-Nanotechnology ................................................08- Magnetic Measurements.......................................................................................09- Electronic Microscopy and Material Microanalysis ..............................................10- X-Ray........................................................................................................................12- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)....................................................................14

    Biomedicine and Biotechnology..............................................................16- Animal Unit ..............................................................................................................17- DNA Bank................................................................................................................18- Gene Expression.....................................................................................................19- Proteomics ..............................................................................................................20- Sequencing and Genotyping..................................................................................21- Analytical and High-Resolution Microscopy in Biomedicine ................................22

    Technological Support .............................................................................23- Coupled Multispectroscopy Singular Laboratory (Raman-LASPEA) ....................24- Central Analysis Service.........................................................................................25

    Environment .............................................................................................27- Phytotron and Greenhouse....................................................................................28

    Common Services ....................................................................................30- Quality and Innovation ...........................................................................................31- Sciencetometry.......................................................................................................32- Research Monitoring and Evaluation....................................................................33

    Regulations governing acces ..................................................................33

    Edited by Universidad del Pas Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, UPV/EHU.Vice-Chancellors Office for Research .General Research Services, SGIker.

    Printed in March 2012.

  • Materials and Surfaces

    - Laser Facility- Geochronology and Isotope Geochemistry- Macrobehaviour-Mesostructure-Nanotechnology- Magnetic Measurements- Electronic Microscopy and Material Microanalysis- Rayos X- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

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    Ultra-short laser pulse: Generation, handling and applications

    Speaker: Ph.D. Ral Montero, Service Technician.

    Minimum/Maximum No. of participants: 3/15.

    Participant profile: Researchers, PhD students and professionals interested in thetechnique.

    Objectives to be fulfilled during the course:

    Laser Facility Singular Laboratory

    Dates Duration Course venue

    June 18th to 22nd, 2012 25 h. Faculty of Science and TechnologyBizkaia Campus (Leioa)

    1.- Introduction to the basic concepts involving the generation of ultra-shortlaser pulses.

    2.- Introduction to the key technical aspects in the generation of pulses.3.- Setting criteria that facilitate the application of femtosecond lasers in research.4.- Applications of these lasers.

    Person to contact: Ph.D. Ral Montero. 94 601 5386/5351raul.montero@ehu.es

    Course fee:- UPV/EHU ......................................................100 - PRB users.....................................................200 - External users ..............................................300

    For additional information to the course, obtain full program and register, visit:www.ehu.es/SGIker/en/formation

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    Ref.: 0112

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    Multi-elemental Microanalysis on solid samples using LA-ICP-MS.Basic principles and applications

    Speaker: Dra. Sonia Garca de Madinabeitia, Service Technician.

    Minimum/Maximum No. of participants: 5/10.

    Participant profile: Research personnel and professionals interested in conductingmulti-elemental microanalysis.

    Objectives to be fulfilled during the course:

    General Geochronology and Isotope Geochemistry Service

    Dates Duration Course venue

    June 4th to 8th, 2012 20 h. Faculty of Science and TechnologyBizkaia Campus (Leioa)

    1.- Basic principles of Q-ICP-MS.2.- Insight into the laser ablation system (LA) and its coupling to Q-ICP-MS.3.- Possible applications of the analysis using LA-Q-ICP-MS.4.- Sampling strategies and calibration possibilities.5.- Preparation of analysis samples using LA-Q-ICP-MS.6.- Practical introduction to multi-elemental analysis using LA-Q-ICP-MS.7.- Statistical treatment of the results. Use of specific software programmes.

    Person to contact: Dra. Sonia Garca de Madinabeitia. 94 601 3576sonia.gdm@ehu.es

    Course fee:- UPV/EHU ......................................................100 - PRB users.....................................................300 - External users ..............................................300

    For additional information to the course, obtain full program and register, visit:www.ehu.es/SGIker/en/formation

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    Ref.: 0212

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    Introduction to atomic force microscopy

    Speaker: Loli Martn Alberdi, Service Technician (Chemical Engineering).

    Minimum/Maximum No. of participants: 5/15.

    Participant profile: PhD students, researchers and professionals interested in becomingfamiliar with the technique.

    Objectives to be fulfilled during the course:

    Macrobehaviour-Mesostructure-Nanotechnology

    Dates Duration Course venue

    June 11th to 15th, 2012 20 h.Polytechnic Universityof San Sebastian (S2 Seminar)Gipuzkoa Campus

    1.- Understanding of the basic theoretical concepts underlying the technique.2.- Introduction to the different modes associated with AFM.3.- Analysis of the advantages and drawbacks compared with other techniques.4.- Knowledge of the different sample preparation techniques.5.- Introduction to the use of the equipment.

    Person to contact: Loli Martn. 94 301 7161loli.martin@ehu.es

    Course fee:- UPV/EHU ......................................................100 - PRB users.....................................................200 - External users ..............................................300

    For additional information to the course, obtain full program and register, visit:www.ehu.es/SGIker/en/formation

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    Ref.: 0312

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    Macroscopic techniques of magnetic characterisation

    Speaker: Ph.D. Iaki Orue Goikuria, Service Technician.

    Minimum/Maximum No. of participants: 5/10.

    Participant profile: PhD students, researchers and professionals with no experienceor knowledge of the study of magnetic properties.

    Objectives to be fulfilled during the course:

    Magnetic Measurements Service

    Dates Duration Course venue

    June 11th to 14th, 2012 20 h. Faculty of Science and TechnologyBizkaia Campus (Leioa)

    1.- Basic grounding in the Fundamentals of Magnetism.2.- Qualification of production and magnetic field measurement systems.3.- Theoretical and practical knowledge of types of magnetometers.4.- Qualification and competence in the use of the Services instruments.

    Person to contact: Ph.D. Iaki Orue. 94 601 5941inaki.orue@ehu.es

    Course fee:- UPV/EHU ......................................................100 - PRB users.....................................................200 - External users ..............................................300

    For additional information to the course, obtain full program and register, visit:www.ehu.es/SGIker/en/formation

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    Ref.: 0412

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    Basic principles of transmission electron microscop