AMMRF - Access the AMMRF

Access the AMMRF

The AMMRF is accessible to all Australian researchers

The AMMRF is fundamentally a user-oriented facility, which aims to enable the best research from around the country, providing high-end instruments and expertise to all Australian researchers. If you wish to use specific AMMRF infrastructure, please contact the relevant node to discuss the project and arrange access. Projects are assessed based on scientific merit during the initial consultations between you and AMMRF staff.

Our expert staff can help the new user to design their experiment more effectively, train them on the instruments and take them through collection and interpretation of data, publication and discussion of future directions. For publicly funded researchers, only a nominal access charge is made to contribute towards instrument maintenance.

Appropriate acknowledgement in publications and presentations is a condition of access to the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Facility.

Contact page
Staff Directory page
Facilities page

Important information documents for download:
AMMRF Access Policy (PDF 172 KB)
AMMRF Access Policy & Charging Rate at a Glance (PDF 957 KB)

Travel and Access Program (TAP)

The Travel and Access Program has now ended.

Applications for funding under the Travel and Access Program (TAP) are no longer being accepted. Visit the TAP page for more details.


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Link to The University of Sydney node Link to the University of Queensland node Link to the University of Western Australia node Link to the University of New South Wales node Link to the Australian National Universty node Link to the South Australian Regional Facility node