Oregon's High Impact Opportunity Project Award

ATAMI is the recipient of Oregon's High Impact Opportunity Project Award ($250,000). This project will purchase shared-use equipment to expand the capability of ATAMI’s Continuous Flow Processing (CFP) Facility that supports Oregon’s Specialty Chemical sector, in particular advanced materials for the semiconductor industry. The equipment – used to determine the purity of sample mixtures and to demonstrate the difference in continuous-flow reactor and batch reactor technology – will be used for live demonstrations and R&D with industry partners.

 

COVID-19 Response Protocols for Entering and Working at ATAMI

Please refer to the OSU Beaver Healthy Website for COVID guidelines and resources used at ATAMI.  

Reminders:

  • Individuals who test positive must isolate for five days. If they have no symptoms or their symptoms are resolving, they may end isolation on day six, provided they wear a well-fitting face covering or mask for five additional days when around others. 
  • Employees who test positive must inform their supervisor, who must then inform those who were directly exposed to a person with COVID-19 (close contacts) and those present in the affected areas, without identifying the infected employee.

The following COVID-19 mitigation measures remain in place:

  • Face masks are welcome but not required at the ATAMI facility
  • Health Declaration and Illness Notification: All people entering the facility must review and affirm that they are well and will comply with notification requirements if they become ill.
  • Washing hands regularly and thoroughly remains a critical COVID-19 health and safety protocol. 

ATAMI is home to OSU College of Engineering faculty labs with a focus on advanced manufacturing processes, methods and materials and to the RAPID Manufacturing Institute. 

Welcome to ATAMI Capabilties. ATAMI is faculty labs, OSU startups, state-of-the-art facilities and experienced staff committed to your success. This Oregon State University Shared User Facility offers direct access to tooling resources as well as consultation and expertise to carry out commissioned work. 

We collaborate with small and large companies to develop nano and microtechnology solutions, from efficient jet engines to a portable dialysis appliance. Users include biotech, semiconductor, solar, defense and advanced materials companies and universities.