TMS 2023 Annual Meeting & Exhibition

San Diego, CA

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Tomorrow’s materials demand to be lighter, faster, stronger, smarter, and more durable.

In support of this goal, microscopy techniques represent a key part of the researcher’s characterization toolkit, helping establish relationships between the cornerstones of the materials design paradigm.

As you enjoy the TMS conference, stop by the ZEISS Microscopy booth to explore the latest imaging technology at your disposal.


Interact with hands-on live demonstrations of microscopy data and workflows, straight from the exhibit floor

Interact with microscopy data on the touchscreen display. Explore some of the excellent work being performed by the materials research community utilizing ZEISS microscopes​

Enter a virtual reality lab to see and understand electron and X-ray microscopy workflows for materials research

Learn About New X-ray Microscopy Technology

For 3D nondestructive materials characterization

ZEISS has recently released the latest XRM technology, with the new ZEISS Xradia 630 Versa as well as new AI-powered advanced reconstruction capability. With these new innovations comes higher resolution tomography, improved image quality in less time, methods to reveal fine details across extensive 3D fields of view, and a totally redesigned and reimagined user experience. Visit us in the exhibition to discuss how to apply these methods to your materials characterization challenges.

Recommended Papers in the Technical Program


Monday March 20, 8:30 AM

“Towards Data-driven In-Situ Materials Testing in SEM”
Fang Zhou, Carl Zeiss Microscopy

Hilton Bayfront Hotel, Aqua Level, Room 311A

Monday, March 20, 11:05 AM

“X-ray Tomography as a 3D Metrology Technique”
Brian Patterson, Los Alamos National Lab

Hilton Bayfront Hotel, Aqua Level, Room 313

Monday, March 20, 11:30 AM

“Integration of X-Ray Microscopy and Finite Elements into a Digital Twin”
Mustafa Elsherkisi, Cranfield University

Hilton Bayfront Hotel, Aqua Level, Room 311A

Monday, March 20, 3:00 PM

“Enhancing the Reliability of Reconstruction for Small Grains Using Novel Laboratory Diffraction Contrast Tomography (LabDCT) Acquisition and Reconstruction Approaches”
Eshan Ganju, Purdue University

Hilton Bayfront Hotel, Aqua Level, Room 313

Wednesday, March 22, 5:10 PM

“Deformation Behavior of Chondrite Meteorite Using In Situ Correlative Microscopy”
Tai-Jan Huang, Purdue University

Hilton Bayfront Hotel, Aqua Level, Room 311A

Tuesday, March 21, 10:00 AM

"Comparison of Laboratory-generated and Ex-service Fractography for a 4th Generation Single Crystal Ni-based Superalloy"
Jane Woolrich, Rolls-Royce

San Diego Convention Center, Room 29D

In Situ Microscopy Solutions from ZEISS

Download your copy of the Solutions Brochure

In this new 24-page solutions brochure, get an overview of how microscopy can link material properties to micro- and nanostructures. Download the brochure below and learn about:

  • The challenges of materials research utilizing in situ microscopy
  • How in situ solutions from ZEISS are linking material properties to micro- and nanostructures
  • State-of-the-art in situ microscopy solutions for various fields of application

Download the Solutions Brochure

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