ZEISS Microscopy

Free Webinar Series on Microscopy Solutions

Learn more about trends and technologies in microscopy

ZEISS, together with our experts on the cutting edge of research, is launching a series of webinars on the following topics:

  • Versatile Microscopes for Life Sciences
  • Advanced Battery Characterization
  • Massive Material Removal
  • Efficiency in Routine Imaging
  • Trends in Image Analysis
  • Basics of Digital Cameras

Webinars Open for Registration

The Most Versatile Microscope for Life Sciences

Next Generation Confocal Microscope with Multiplex Mode

This webinar will explain some of the broad range of capabilities that these microscopes offer beyond ‘just’ capturing stunning images.


October 28, 2020 | 10:00 a.m. CET

Wednesday

Dr. Chris Power

Product and Applications Specialist for LSM Systems,
ZEISS Microscopy


Key Learnings

  • What factors contribute to sensitive quantitative confocal microscopy
  • Experimental capabilities beyond pure imaging
  • New software enabled experiments

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Advanced Battery Characterization

Using Microscopy to Understand Connections Between Microstructure and Electrochemistry

This webinar gives an overview of the breadth of applications for microscopy in battery research, from whole device evaluation to characterization at the electrode and particle level.


November 4, 2020 | 3:00 p.m. CET

Wednesday

Dr. Stephen T. Kelly

Market Solutions Manager,
ZEISS Microscopy


Key Learnings

  • Batteries are inherently 3D multiscale systems that require an integrated, intelligent approach to microstructural analysis
  • Different parts of the battery fabrication process demand unique imaging and analysis methods to drive optimization
  • Connected, multi-scale microscopy capabilities from ZEISS provide the foundational capabilities to drive battery development into the future

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Massive Material Removal and Ultrafast Site-Specific Sample Preparation

Combining Crossbeam Laser and X-ray Microscopy

In this webinar, the details of the femtosecond laser, integration of the system and the workflow using the Crossbeam laser together with a X-ray Microscope will be presented along with application examples focusing on geoscience, electronics, battery research and additive manufacturing.


November 11, 2020 | 10:00 a.m. CET

Wednesday

Dr. Peter Gnauck

Business Development Manager,
ZEISS Microscopy


Key Learnings

  • Innovative 3 beam concept for fast and easy sample preparation of various material classes
  • Dual chamber approach: Massive material removal without contamination
  • Integrated correlative workflow with X-ray Microscopy

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A New Level of Ease and Efficiency in your Lab

Smart Microscopy from ZEISS

In this webinar you will learn more about how to document your samples faster and more easily.


November 25, 2020 | 10:00 a.m. CET

Wednesday

Dr. Michael Gögler

Market Sector Manager for Routine Microscopy,
ZEISS Microscopy


Key Learnings

  • How to document your samples faster and easier
  • Transmitted light and fluorescence microscopy in routine laboratories
  • The concept and benefits of "Smart Microscopy"

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Advanced Machine Learning Techniques

Trends in Image Analysis

This webinar will explain how to solve research challenges by advanced machine learning techniques.


January 13, 2021 | 10:00 a.m. CET

Wednesday

Dr. Uros Krzic

Product Manager for Software,
ZEISS Microscopy


Key Learnings

  • The latest trends in image analysis
  • Deep Learning and machine learning for image analysis
  • The evolving ZEISS image analysis ecosystem

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Digital Microscope Cameras

Basics of Digital Cameras

The webinar explains the most important technical principles and components of modern microscope cameras and their compromises in design.


January 27, 2021 | 10:00 a.m. CET

Wednesday

Markus Cappellaro

Product Manager of Digital Camera Systems,
ZEISS Microscopy


Key Learnings

  • Image sensor basics – working principles
  • The key camera parameters and their implications for the imaging process
  • The triangle of compromise between speed – sensitivity – resolution
  • Examples of microscope cameras from ZEISS Axiocam camera portfolio and their strong points for applications

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