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PMIC Announces New Head of Research Division


PMIC is pleased to announce that Dr. Ingo Stark has joined PMIC to lead PMIC’s Research Division. Dr. Stark’s recent research has been in the field of thin film thermoelectric power generation for human powered instrumentation. Dr. Stark and PMIC have been working on research related to thermal conductivity testing of thin materials.

The PMIC Research Division is chartered to conduct research and development of thermophysical test methods for measuring the properties of new materials and their manufacturing processes.

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A Quarter Century of Precision Measurements

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New Employee at PMIC

PMIC is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Linda Engelbrecht to PMIC’s laboratory staff. Dr. Engelbrecht comes to PMIC with over 15 years of R&D experience in the semiconductor industry and most recently research into the physics of nanoscale magnetic devices.

Dr. Engelbrecht can be reached by email at: lindaengelbrecht@pmiclab.com or call PMIC at 541-753-0607.

PMIC Is Getting Very COLD


PMIC Gets Very COLD
PMIC is getting very cold with the installation of an efficient liquid nitrogen distribution system for our testing Laboratory. A 3,000 gallon liquid nitrogen tank will supply the Laboratory, through special vacuum jacketed pipe, with enough coolant for all of our test systems. PMIC wishes to thank Praxair, Chart Industries and US Cryogenics for their help with this project.

PMIC Announces The XDC Product Line


XDC= Simultaneous Measurement of eXpansion, Diffusivity, Conductivity
PMIC announces a new product line of thermo physical test equipment that measures the thermal eXpansion, thermal Diffusivity and thermal Conductivity properties of materials simultaneously all in one instrument. The XDC-1 operates up to 1,000°C while the XDC-2 operates up to 1,650°C.  Click here for more information
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Now ISO Accredited!

PMIC has received its ISO 17025:2005 Accreditation on August 17, 2009 from IAS. For more information go to the PMIC News page for the scope of our accreditation.