The Advanced Nanomaterials, Sensor and Environmental Research (ANSER) Laboratory
is a state-of-the-art research facility for nanomaterials synthesis, surface analysis, thin films, polymers, and sensor development. It supports the Institute of Chemistry’s ANSER program, which takes part in the enhancement of national scientific and engineering expertise on polymers, crystalline structures and nanomaterials.
The ANSER program was conceptualized and developed by the UP Diliman Institute of Chemistry (IChem), in collaboration with the University of Houston (UH) Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. The laboratory is currently managed by IChem's Dr. Florian R. del Mundo, Dr. Florentino C. Sumera and Dr. Susan D. Arco. Dr. Rigoberto C. Advincula, Professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering in Case Western Reserve University and Adjunct Professor in IChem, is the main collaborator at CWRU.
To get in touch with the ANSER Laboratory staff,
see the following contact information:
IChem Research Building
R108-109, R110-111, R112-113
(+632)981-8500 loc 3667