This webinar forum will present different approaches to maintaining sample integrity during electron microscopy studies and will feature a discussion on future directions in this field, for example use of cryoEM techniques for materials science applications.
New webinar: Introducing ChemiSEM – The Complete Tool for Understanding Failure Analysis. Learn how Thermo Scientific ChemiSEM Technology offers a leap forward in usability, convenience, and speed of analysis.
New Webinar: The key to most subsurface processes is to determine how structural and topological features at small length scales, i.e., the microstructure, control the effective and macroscopic properties of earth materials.
3D mineralogy represents a disruptive technological advance, providing a much reduced time to actionable data. In this webinar, Eddy Hill, PhD describes the What, How, and Benefits of mineral classification and measurement in 3D.
In this webinar, you will learn how some of the biggest challenges associated with X-ray microscopy are tackled with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven algorithms.
TopMap Micro.View+ - the innovative high-end optical profiler by Polytec opens up entirely new possibilities regarding topography and surface texture measurements. This presentation introduces the advanced world of nature-made microlens arryas (on bent surfaces) using this new CSI microscope. An experimental physicist talks about his intuitive approach demonstrating the operational performance of this new product and the resulting opportunities for scientists and future end-users exemplified by
In this webinar, we will introduce the groundbreaking laboratory based non-destructive 3D crystallographic grain mapping technique called diffraction contrast tomography (DCT) and present compelling applications examples on a wide variety of materials.
Taking Rocks to the Cloud: Digitizing Thin Sections. A giant leap to a new world of digital petrography. In this webinar, Matthew Andrew, PhD discusses how to bring petrography – the art and science of looking at rock thin sections – into the digital era.
Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) is a very important microanalytical technique to measure and understand the crystallographic arrangements in materials.
To the EDS user, an Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) system can seem like a magical box.
The true chemical composition of a sample is important for understanding what type of compounds are present.
Getting a good background on multiphase samples can be tricky. Intensity can vary between the phases by enough to cause oversaturation in one phase and undersaturation in another.
In the 1970’s Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) was a technique used by just a few researchers. At that time, a single EBSD pattern was recorded using film in the SEM and then analyzed with a protractor and a calculator.
Watch the webinar and learn how to use ZEISS ZEN Connect software to analyze your multi-modal microscopy data in context. Get unique insights, gain efficiency and save time – no matter whether you are a materials researcher at university, a multi-user facility or an industrial lab.