Achieve Higher Performance with your Microscope with Minimal Effort Using Automated Alignments
Does automation feel like a black box to you? We will open it up for you in this series of webinars focused on demonstrating the power of automated analytical instruments to improve utilization, productivity, accessibility, and data reliability.
Thanks to automation, users in nearly every branch of science and technology can now spend less time on labor-intensive tasks like manual alignment and image tuning. In this 5-part webinar series, we will highlight applications in a wide range of analytical instruments from SEMs and TEMs, to FIBs, and more.
Materials scientists and researchers have a wide range of needs regarding modern electron microscopes: high performance, versatility, and the ability to deliver the best results in a short time, all combined with a constant requirement of higher productivity.
To accommodate these needs, Thermo Fisher Scientific has developed a wide range of automated processes and alignments for SEMs, TEMs and DualBeams. Through these, users can spend less time on maintenance and image fine-tuning to boost their productivity and get better results.
Key learning objectives:
- Why automation is key in today's remote work environment
- How optimized and aligned tools can improve accessibility and ease-of-use
- How microscopes can achieve consistent and reproducible results every time
- How automated alignments, diagnostics, and updates guarantee a superior level of robustness
Alice Scarpellini earned her M.S. in biomedical engineering at the University of Genoa with a thesis on the production, development, and SEM characterization of microelectrodes.
She has 10 years of experience in a wide range of techniques from SEM, TEM and analytical techniques. She joined Thermo Fisher Scientific as an Applications Development Scientist to support the SEM business.