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Join and experience connected microscopy.

Visit us and meet our experts.

Today’s research environment is highly dynamic and demands meaningful insights within ambitious time frames. From data management to global collaborations, from application design to data analysis - the challenges couldn’t be more complex. Connected microscopy starts with your ambition and grows along your vision. It enhances workflows, manages data and adds context to your findings.

Starting in August the ZOYC Truck will travel through four countries and make stops in 21 cities. 

On the stop in Ulm, ZEISS is offering the opportunity to experience microscopy workflows at first hand. We offer you the real-time experience in an individual hands-on session to test new functionalities in microscopy and talk to experts about your needs. 

Within a one-hour demonstration, you can personally gain insight into connected microscopy from ZEISS.

Expert talks, in addition to the Truck Program, will give deeper insights into battery research, image processing, automated microscopy, digital and confocal microscopy.

Book your appointment now - Slots are limited.

Get device demos, improve your skills and share your ideas.

Connect your microscopy workflows

Celldiscoverer 7
  • Highest flexibility in a boxed system
  • Optimized for live cell imaging
  • Automatic carrrier calibration and objective lens correction
     

LSM 900 with Airyscan

Connect your projects with LSM 900

  • From widefield to superresolution imaging on a single platform
  • Find and analyze your samples with deep learning algorithms
  • Highest signal to noise at speed with Airyscan 2
 

Axio Zoom.V16 Apotome

Zoom microscopy for biomedical and material research

  • Stepless 16x zoom with high numerical aperture
  • Large working distance for sample accessibility
  • Image and tile large samples in a single frame
  • Add efficiency to your diagnostic imaging
  • Acquire detail-rich images in true color
  • Complete stand-alone concept
ZEN Connect Renderer Export

Software Applications for Connected Microscopy

From imaging to analysis

  • Bring context to your data
  • Connect your workflow and gain unique insights
  • Simplify your image analysis with AI

Electron and X-Ray Microscopy

Multi-scale characterization by correlative X-ray and FIB-SEM Microscopy

  • Highest resolution even at a distance
  • Characterize your samples with unique 3D tomography precision
  • Combine non-destructive imaging with high resolution tomography in 3D
ZEISS Lightsheet 7

Lightsheet 7 | Remote demo

3D imaging system for cleared and living samples

  • Compatible with organic or inorganic clearing reagents
  • Specifically designed high NA optics with long working distance
  • Image for extended periods of time with the exceptional stability

Expert Talk Series: Solutions in Battery Research and Quality Control

Book the whole talk series

(Re)solving Challenges in Lithium-Ion Battery Research with FIB-/SEM Microscopy
Dr. Matthias Kuenzel, Helmholtz Institute Ulm

Oct 4, 2021 | 9 - 10 am
Oct 4, 2021 | 9 - 10 am
Abstract

One of the greatest challenges in the 21st century is the rapidly increasing demand for cheap and reliable electric vehicles (EVs). Global concerns over climate changes and constraints of fossil fuels as primary power supply sources make the transition to emission-free propulsion systems inevitable. With their exceptional energy and power density, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries have the potential to become key-players as energy storage systems for EVs. However, the technology faces challenges regarding the demanded driving range and the environmental impact of battery manufacturing. In this regard new materials are being developed for both, positive and negative electrodes, with higher energy storage capabilities and new processes for the manufacturing of LIB electrodes based on water-soluble binders. A fundamental understanding of how these new materials behave at particle and electrode level in terms of volume expansion, particle fracturing and delamination from the current collector is key for the further development and will be highlighted in this presentation. ​

Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), 1st floor, Seminarraum 230

X-Ray Microscopy of a High Spatial Resolution – A Deep Dive into Microstructural Characterization of Energy Material
Dr. Mohsen Samadi-Khoshkhoo, ZEISS

Oct 4,2021 | 10 - 10:45 am
Oct 4,2021 | 10 - 10:45 am
Abstract

One of the greatest challenges in the 21st century is the rapidly increasing demand for cheap and reliable electric vehicles (EVs). Global concerns over climate changes and constraints of fossil fuels as primary power supply sources make the transition to emission-free propulsion systems inevitable. With their exceptional energy and power density, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries have the potential to become key-players as energy storage systems for EVs. However, the technology faces challenges regarding the demanded driving range and the environmental impact of battery manufacturing. In this regard new materials are being developed for both, positive and negative electrodes, with higher energy storage capabilities and new processes for the manufacturing of LIB electrodes based on water-soluble binders. A fundamental understanding of how these new materials behave at particle and electrode level in terms of volume expansion, particle fracturing and delamination from the current collector is key for the further development and will be highlighted in this presentation. ​

Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), 1st floor, Seminarraum 230

New Approaches in Quality Control and Technical Cleanliness Based on ML Techniques ​
Prof. Dr. Hubert Mantz, Technische Hochschule Ulm

Oct 4, 2021 | 11 - 11:45 am
Oct 4, 2021 | 11 - 11:45 am
Abstract

New requirements demand new approaches. In many technical applications, previously inaccessible parameters become crucially important, sometimes the relevant interrelationships are not yet known or at least not obvious.​
At the University of Applied Sciences Ulm, new methods (based on machine learning approaches, among others) are applied to many applications in order to obtain a comprehensive picture of the interrelationships. This talk presents some of them and gives an outlook on future projects. ​

Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), 1st floor, Seminarraum 230

Single Expert Talks: Image Proccessing - Automated Microscopy - Digital Microscopy - Confocal Microscopy

Book single talks

From Imaging to Results – Bring Context to Your Data​
Dr. Martin Kuttge & Dr. Sebastian Rhode, ZEISS

Oct 4, 2021 | 1 - 2.30 pm
Oct 4, 2021 | 1 - 2.30 pm
Abstract

Keeping the data connected and accessible during a complex imaging workflow becomes increasingly important, even more so if several users are involved. ZEN provides integrated solutions for data management and data fusion which help microscope users in their daily workflows. ​
The ZEN Connect module allows a seamless fusion of data from different instruments not only in 2D but also in 3D, while keeping a track of the data in well-structured projects. This is complemented by ZEN Data Storage which allows a central server-based access and sharing of images. ​
To extract information from images the ZEN ecosystem platform provided various powerful tools to segment and analyze images. Using ZEN Intellesis together with www.apeer.com platform enables users to train and deploy their own machine-learning models and integrate them into different workflows incl. tools like ZEN Guided Acquisition, where the Image Analysis is used to guide the microscope automatically to your regions of interest. ​

Expert Talks: Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), 1st floor, Seminarraum 230
Hands-On Sessions | Integrated data analysis and visualization with ZEN: Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), 1st floor, Seminarraum 246

Automated Microscopy for Live Cell Imaging with ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7​
Gert Sonntag, ZEISS

Oct 5, 2021 | 9 - 9:45 am
Oct 5, 2021 | 9 - 9:45 am
Abstract

With Celldiscoverer 7, you combine the ease-of-use of an automated boxed microscope with the image quality and flexibility of a classic inverted research microscope. Celldiscoverer 7 calibrates itself, detects and focuses on your samples while the optics adjust themselves. Whether working with 2D or 3D cell cultures, tissue sections or small model organisms, you will acquire better data in shorter times with this reliable automated live cell imaging platform. What’s more, you can now add the new LSM 900 with Airyscan 2 to gently image dynamic processes in your living samples with highest framerates in superresolution​.

Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), 1st floor, Seminarraum 230

Locations

ZOYC Truck:  Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Helmholtzstraße 11, 89081 Ulm
Expert Talks
: Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), 1st floor, Seminarraum 230
Hands-On Sessions | Integrated data analysis and visualization with ZEN: Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), 1st floor, Seminarraum 246

Web

Registration

Ulm - register here

October 04 - 05, 2021
October 04 - 05, 2021

Your safety is our top priority. Complying with the hygiene regulations in the respective countries, we will apply the following measures:

Physical distancing

Face masks

Limited number of people

Ventilation between appointments

Extensive desinfection