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1. What is your proposal number?
1. The processing of my experiment proposal was:
2. The efficiency of the processing and orientation procedure was:
3. The documentation available on the CNM web site to prepare you for your visit was:
Comments about overall support:
1. The safety review/work authorization process was:
Comments on safety review, including suggested improvements to the forms used:
2. With respect to stated objectives, the content provided in ESH 100U and CNM User Orientation is:
3. In general, the content of the ES&H training was appropriate for non-resident users of Argonne National Laboratory facilities?
Other comments about ES&H:
1. Was your visit to the CNM a success (obtained enough data to move program ahead)?
Comments about your research at CNM:
2. Was the support provided by the scientific staff consistent with your expectations?
Comments on scientific support:
3. Are there operational changes that you would like to see made to research equipment and tools that you used?
Comments on equipment and tools:
4. Are there any areas of the CNM User Program that you found particularly helpful or would like to see expanded?
Comments on User Program:
OPTIONAL: Please provide your contact information so that we can respond to your comments.
The Center for Nanoscale Materials is an Office of Science User Facility operated for
the U.S.Department of Energy Office of Science by Argonne National Laboratory