ZEISS at 2016 AGU Fall Conference

12 - 16 December 2016 - San Francisco, California - Booth 1504

Training the geoscientists of tomorrow

Offering the widest range of imaging modalities and length scales in the world for geoscience research & education

From micropaleontology to mineralogical studies, ZEISS microscopes have provided imaging and analysis solutions for over one hundred years. Technologies such as X-ray micro-analysis and cathodoluminescence along with advances in scanning electron microscopy (SEM) are extending research capabilities today.

Visit us in San Francisco to demo the new digital classroom for geoscience and discuss your requirements for geoscience research.

ZEISS Digital Classroom


Wi-Fi enabled teaching microscope with tablet support and app control. Enables social viewing of images under the scope and has the ability to act as a node in a network of teaching microscopes or as the teacher’s microscope in the digital classroom.


Free downloadable imaging application for the classroom. 

Be certain to see these presentations:

Date Time Title Session: Program  Location Abstract
Monday, 12 December 2016  8:30 - 8:45  H11E-02: 4D XMT of Reaction in Carbonates: Reactive Transport Dynamics at Multiples
Scales (Invited)
H11E Fluid-Rock
Interactions Controlling Structure, Flow, and Transport in the Subsurface I
Hydrology  Moscone West - 3018  View
Friday, 16 December 2016 8:00 - 12:20 MR51C-2719: Multiscale Porosity and Mechanical Properties of Mancos Shale: Evaluation of REV and Scale Separation MR51C Shale and Mudstone Multiphysics II Posters Mineral and Rock Physics Moscone South - Poster Hall View
Posters - Moscone South - Poster Hall
Date Time Title Session  Abstract
Monday, 12 December 2016  13:40 - 18:00  193427: Pore scale investigation of salt precipitation inside drying porous media resolved by 4D X-ray Microscopy H13H: Complexities of Flow and Transport in Porous Media across Diverse Disciplines II Posters View 
Friday, 16 December 2016  8:00 - 12:00  MR51C-2715: Porosity characterization for heterogeneous shales using integrated multiscale microscopy MR51C Shale and Mudstone Multiphysics II Posters View 
Friday, 16 December 2016  8:00 - 12:00  H51B-1440: Imaging of forced-imbibition in carbonate rocks using synchrotron X-ray micro-tomography H51B Persistent Problems in Multiphase Flow and Transport in Porous Media: From Pore- to Continuum-Scale II Posters View 
Visit us at Booth 1504!