COVID-19 Response Protocols for Entering and Working at ATAMI:

  • Please see ATAMI's COVID-19 Response Page for detailed information on facility safety protocols.
  • Health Declaration and Illness Notification: All ATAMI-based employees, OSU students and faculty and visitors must review and affirm that they are well and will comply with notification requirements if they become ill.
  • All people are requested to monitor their temperature before or upon entering ATAMI. If you have a fever, report it to your manager or PI. DO NOT come in if you do not feel well or have symptoms consistent with COVID-19, such as, fever, dry cough or difficulty breathing.
  • Wearing a face mask in ATAMI is required of all people at all times.
  • Social distancing of 6 ft is required.
  • Wiping down work surface, keyboard and mouse is required before the start of work and after work is complete.
  • All people should wash their hands regularly.

Effective November 18, 2020 through December 2, 2020: New user intake is suspended through at least December 2 and until current OSU and State of Oregon pandemic restrictions are eased. User training on ATAMI equipment remains limited. 

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.