Industrial sessions

Industry symposia

12:45-13:45 | Stream Schönbrunn

12:45-13:45 | Stream Riesenrad

Hybrid-Pixel Detectors: What Counts and Why?
12:45-13:45 | Stream Grinzing

Speakers:

  • Dr. Luca Piazza (Baden-Daettwil/CH)
  • Dr. Michael Rissi (Baden-Daettwil/CH)


Well established in X-ray detection, hybrid-pixel technology carries a lot of promise for electron microscopy. Combining the state-of-the-art pixel and ASIC design, hybrid-pixel direct detectors count individuals electrons at high speed offering a high dynamic range, zero readout noise, the utmost signal-to-noise ratio, with the added advantages of radiation hardness and an elevated frame rate. Join our talk to learn more about this technology, its applications, and how it can improve data collection on TEM/STEM.

12:45-13:45 | Stream Nussdorf


Meet the Expert

Meet the Phenom Pharos G2 DesktopSEM - Intuitive evidence for your research
09:50-10:05 | Stream Schönbrunn

Automation on Thermo Scientific Talos
10:10-10:25 | Stream Schönbrunn

10:00-10:15 | Stream Grinzing


Meet the Product

10:00-10:15 | Stream Riesenrad

10:00-10:15 | Stream Nussdorf

Automated Particle Workflow (APW) on Thermo Scientific Talos
13:45-14:00 | Stream Schönbrunn

Speaker:

  • Yuri Rikers (Eindhoven, NL)

Learn how imaging analytics software help scientists to tackle tomorrow's health and environmental challenges
13:45-14:00 | Stream Riesenrad

Speaker:

  • Laurent Billy (Bordeaux, FR)

Automation to enable high-volume, precise, and accurate S/TEM data in the semiconductor industry
17:30-17:45 | Stream Schönbrunn

Speaker:

  • Justin Roller (Portland, US)

 

Industry symposia

Capture life the moment it happens
12:45-13:45 | Stream Schönbrunn

Speaker:

  • Julia König (Wien/AT)

With the Leica Nano workflow, searching for the needle in the haystack is a thing of the past. Take advantage of correlative light and electron microscopy to identify directly the right cell at the right time and put dynamic live cell data into the ultrastructural context.  The newly developed Leica Nano workflow gives you an integrated solution from targeting to insights that will boost your research. In this session we will demonstrate the benefits of the first commercial live-cell CLEM workflow without compromising health and integrity of the specimen.

12:45-13:45 | Stream Riesenrad

Recent advances in cathodoluminescence microscopy
12:45-13:45 | Stream Grinzing

Speaker:

  • Dr. David Stowe (Abingdon/UK)

Cathodoluminescence has been used widely to characterize a wide range of materials and devices including high power electronic and optoelectronic devices and, geological and petrographic thin sections. However, in recent years, there has been rapid developments in cathodoluminescence detector technologies which have greatly expanded a researcher’s ability to characterize materials including expansion into new applications such as nanophotonics. In this talk, we will explore some of these developments, highlighting the value of improved ability to correlate nanoscale optical information (gained from cathodoluminescence) with structural and compositional information and demonstrating the measurement of photonic band structure of nanophotonic devices. www.gatan.com/techniques/cathodoluminescence

Meet Telight Q-Phase: holographic microscope for fast and precise quantitative phase imaging.
12:45-13:15 | Stream Nussdorf

Speaker:

  • Dr. Zuzana Novakova (Brno, CZ)

Telight Q-Phase holographic microscope offers you a long-term label-free live-cell imaging. High-quality images enable a precise cell segmentation and highly advanced analysis toolbox allows on-the-fly data visualisation. Acquiring quantitative information for individual cells makes Q-Phase a highly useful tool for experimental research in field of cell biology, cancer research, pharmacology and many more. From our talk you will learn not only the secrets behind the fast and precise segmentation, but we will also give you a lot of examples why Q-Phase is the microscope you were dreaming of. Let´s find out how it can address your research questions.

18:15-19:15 | Stream Schönbrunn


Meet the Expert

Meet the Apreo 2 SEM - Unmatched versatility powered by ChemiSEM technology
10:10-10:25 | Stream Schönbrunn

TEM images just a simple click away – EMSIS imaging software
10:10-10:25 | Stream Riesenrad

Speaker:

  • Martin Bartels (Münster/DE)

The Fast Live imaging acquisition technology of RADIUS provides a powerful yet easy to handle tool to perform the image uptake by just one click. No matter whether special uptake conditions like stitching, averaging, dynamic extension or drift correction are needed.
All features can be used similarly with all EMSIS TEM cameras, including our newly released cameras.
RADIUS supports top speed live image display in combination with sophisticated snapshot features, resulting in a perfect digital image, click-by-click!

New precision positioning solutions for objectives (PIFOCs) from PI –
highly dynamic, long travel ranges, high usability

10:10-10:25 | Stream Nussdorf

Speaker:

  • Dr. Thomas Bocher (Karlsruhe, DE)

PI (Physik Instrumente) introduces the successor to the famous P-725 piezo PIFOC® series – the P 725.xCDE2 series. Now offering travel ranges of 100 µm, 400 µm, and 800 µm while providing improved usability functions, such as easy mounting and smooth cable management within the turning nosepieces. The 800 µm version is especially designed to support multiphoton fluorescence measurements and digital slide scanning. Also, PI presents the new, highly dynamic, and long travel range V-308 voice coil PIFOC® with up to 7 mm travel range in order to support custom setups without nosepiece, e.g., in deep tissue inspection.


Meet the Product

10:10-10:25 | Stream Grinzing

Meet Spectra Ultra and see how to analyse the widest range of
materials at the atomic scale

13:45-14:00 | Stream Schönbrunn

Speaker:

  • Christian Maunders (Eindhoven/NL)

Service Connections: Capturing Productivity with Better System Insights
using the Connected Care Portal

13:45-14:00 | Stream Riesenrad

Speaker:

  • Carrie Schindler (Houston/US)

Industry symposia

2D, 3D, and Beyond: Advanced Microscopy to Support the New Energy Revolution
12:45-13:45 | Stream Schönbrunn

Speaker:

  • Ph.D. Stephen T. Kelly (Dublin, US)

Researchers addressing societal challenges related to health, transportation, communication, and energy are pushing the boundaries of advanced materials development to find novel solutions.
This talk will focus on recent developments in x-ray, electron, and ion microscopy to support this research.
Examples will be given to demonstrate the utility of these solutions for energy materials research and materials science more broadly, including battery and fuel cell development, among others.

Electron detectors for counted EELS acquisition
12:45-13:45 | Stream Grinzing

Speaker:

  • Dr. Ray Twesten (Livermore/US)

Direct detection cameras operating in single-electron counting mode dramatically improve detector resolution and noise budget giving accordingly dramatic improvements in EELS data. However, designing a detector optimized for both low- and high-voltages is very challenging. In this talk, we will discuss these challenges and present counted EELS data at several voltages to demonstrate how these challenges can be overcome.

www.gatan.com/products/tem-imaging-spectroscopy/gif-continuum-k3-system


Meet the Expert

Meet Spectra Ultra and see how to analyse the widest range of
materials at the atomic scale

10:10-10:25 | Stream Schönbrunn

Precession Enhanced ED Applications in TEM for nanomaterials studies.
10:10-10:25 | Stream Grinzing

Speakers:

  • Dr. Thanos Galanis (Brüssel/ BE)

Explore large multi-channel and time series data with Amira Software
and the new Xplore5D extension

12:45-13:15 | Stream Riesenrad


Meet the Product

10:10-10:25 | Stream Riesenrad

10:10-10:25 | Stream Nussdorf

The CCU-010 vacuum sputter and carbon coater was designed for the highest demands in the field of sample preparation. Premium components and a smart design allow excellent results in ultra-high-resoluionapplications. Our device is a compact, fully automatic sputter coater and/or carbon coater. It is a mini sputter coater size wise with big potential.
Adding the final touch! Safematic sets new standards in laboratory coating with its compact sputter and carbon thread head.
Our SP-010 sputtering system is designed for high quality sputter deposition. The CT-010 carbon thread head uses a patented and unique carbon thread spooling system.
A sputter and/or carbon coater with options for plasma treatment within one device? Yes, this is possible with our table top coating system. By simply changing the process head, you can easily configure the unit for all these applications.
The use of high-quality materials and components in combination with innovative ideas produces extraordinarily short process times. Create recipes via the modern user interface and use the automatic mode for reliable and reproducible production of thin coatings.

Unpack, connect, start! Do away with high start-up costs. The plug-and-play concept allows you to start up the device yourself. You only need to connect the power supply and the process gas. The service technician can run a quick error analysis thanks to the integrated usb service interface.

Helios 5 Laser Hydra: Meet the newest TriBeam system for mm scale
characterization with nn resolution

13:45-14:00 | Stream Schönbrunn

Speaker:

  • Remco Geurts (Eindhoven/NL)

Meet the Phenom Pharos G2 Desktop SEM - Intuitive evidence for your research
18:00-18:15 | Stream Schönbrunn

Speaker:

  • Ernst Jan Vesseur (Randstad/NL)

Industry symposia

12:45-13:45 | Stream Schönbrunn

Advanced EBSD data processing with OIM Analysis™ - data selection, validation, and quantification
12:45-13:45 | Stream Riesenrad

Speaker:

  • Dr. René de Kloe (Tilburg/NL)


EBSD is a standard tool for material science research and has become synonymous with nice images such as Image Quality, IPF, grain size, and many other types of maps, charts, and plots which can be easily created in the OIM Analysis software and contain a wealth of information. Such visualisations are very useful to obtain an overall representation of a sample, but in many cases full field analyses may also contain averaged properties from different microstructural components that need to be separated. For example, in an analysis of partially recrystallised materials the orientation distribution of both the deformed and recrystallised fractions will get merged, which may hamper the analysis of microstructural evolution. OIM Analysis has powerful routines to generate subsets or partitions from a full dataset that allows for detailed analysis of customisable selections of a dataset.
Another point of attention is the reliability of orientation measurements. The EDAX indexing algorithm actively verifies if multiple orientations are possible and provides a warning if datapoints are ambiguous and either need to be corrected or removed.
Beyond all the visualisation and analytical capabilities, all information ranging from raw orientation data to the number of neighbouring grains and texture coefficients can be accessed and exported for further processing. And in the latest version of OIM Analysis the analytical capabilities have been expanded even more with the implementation of full pattern analysis, dynamic pattern simulations  with dictionary indexing, and parent grain reconstruction
In this workshop the capabilities and workflow of the OIM Analysis software will be presented.

The Next Generation of Image Exploration and Analysis with VR and Machine Learning
12:45-13:45 | Stream Grinzing

Speakers:

  • Delisa Garcia, arivis AG (Rostock/DE)
  • David Wiles, arivis AG (Rostock/DE)

Highly advanced micro- and nanoimaging technologies by ZEISS are able to generate immense amounts of data in 2D and 3D in short time and at highest resolutions.
In this workshop with real-life applications you will learn how imaging software solutions by arivis ideally support any scientist to easily explore these big image data and provide advanced methods for automated segmentation,
object recognition and tracking. Combined with high-quality rendering modes even on regular desktop hardware, visualization and exploration in virtual reality, and advanced processing and analysis pipelines, ZEISS and arivis open up the next generation of scientific imaging.

LiveCodim - super resolution solution for every lab
12:45-13:15 | Stream Nussdorf

Speaker:

  • Dr. Gabriel Sirat (Paris/FR)

COnical DIffraction Microscopy, - CODIM – has been patented, developed, and commercialized as an innovative superresolution modality. It allows the realization of simple, affordable, universal, low phototoxicity superresolution systems, specially fitted for live sample imaging.
The LiveCodim, developed under EC grant, is an add-on device, able to be mounted on to all main brands of widefield microscopes, without a confocal module. For super-resolution, it features an optical module acting as a powerful beam shaper, associated with proprietary algorithms for data processing. It includes also widefield and confocal modalities, four wavelengths, and an intuitive, user-centric workflow.

13:20-14:20 | Stream Nussdorf


Meet the Expert

Unique automated in-situ TEM sample preparation workflow
for users with any experience level

10:10-10:25 | Stream Schönbrunn

Thermo Scientific Tundra: Cryo-EM for all
10:10-10:25 | Stream Riesenrad

10:10-10:25 | Stream Grinzing

Meet the Product

Meet the Apreo 2 SEM - Unmatched versatility powered by ChemiSEM technology
13:45-14:00 | Stream Schönbrunn

Speaker:

  • Ernst Jan Vesseur (Randstad/NL)