Materials Microscopy Week​

March 15 - 17, 2021

HEADLINE EVENT

Challenges and Opportunities for the Materials Research Community in Microstructural Grain Imaging​

A virtual panel discussion brought to you by ZEISS Microscopy​

Wednesday, March 17, 1:00 pm

Nikhilesh Chawla​
Purdue University​

Marc De Graef​
Carnegie Mellon University​

Timo Bernthaler​
Materials Research Institute Aalen​

Mike Chapman​
UES​

Erik Lauridsen​
Xnovo Technology​

  • Get up to speed with the latest in microstructural imaging techniques, spanning polarized optical microscopy, electron backscatter diffraction, and X-ray diffraction contrast tomography
  • Gain expert perspectives on the ongoing development of these approaches, and the implications for future opportunities in materials R&D
  • Learn about how they can support major industrial trends like additive manufacturing, light alloy development, and advanced materials research

The Materials Microscopy Lab​

See first-hand how to tackle your materials characterization problems with the latest imaging technology. Register now to join us virtually in the materials microscopy lab for hands-on demonstrations of X-ray, ion, laser, and electron beam instruments.

The Materials Microscopy Classroom​

Sign up for a session in the Materials Microscopy Classroom for a deep dive into the applications and scientific opportunities with the Xradia Versa X-ray microscope and ZEISS Crossbeam laser.

Monday Classroom Session
March 15, 1:00 pm

Accelerating the Impact and Growth of Your Core Microscopy Lab with 3D X-ray Imaging​

Tuesday Classroom Session
March 16, 1:00 pm

From nm to mm: Covering Lengthscales in Imaging and Fabrication with the New ZEISS Crossbeam laser, aka LaserFIB

Agenda for the Week​

 

Monday
March 15

Tuesday
March 16

Wednesday
March 17

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Materials Microscopy Classroom Topic 1

Accelerating the Impact and Growth of Your Core Microscopy Lab with 3D X-ray Imaging

Materials Microscopy Classroom Topic 2

From nm to mm: Covering Lengthscales in Imaging and Fabrication with the New ZEISS Crossbeam laser, aka LaserFIB

Headline Event

Challenges and Opportunites for the Materials Research Community in Microstructural Grain Imaging

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Virtual Demo Topic 1​

Multiscale 3D Characterization:​‘Scout and Zoom’ workflow with ZEISS Xradia Versa X-ray microscope​

Virtual Demo Topic 2​

Photons, Ions, and Electrons:​Integration of fs-laser milling within a FIB-SEM in the ZEISS Crossbeam laser​

Virtual Demo Topic 3​

Studying Material Dynamics:​ Running easy, automated in situ SEM experiments with ZEISS in situ workstation

Not quite the topic for you? Maybe you have an interest in microscopy for some other type of research? Learn all about the possibilities with this overview of materials microscopy solutions including light, electron, ion beam, and X-ray techniques: