Microscopy Conference 2019

01–05 September 2019 • Berlin, Germany

Microscopy Conference 2019

01–05 September 2019 • Berlin, Germany

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Lunchtime lectures

Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Jena/DE

Throughout the world the name of Carl Zeiss stands for the highest quality and reliability. Carl Zeiss Microscopy is part of the Carl Zeiss group, a leading organization of companies operating worldwide in the optical and optoelectronical industry.

ZEISS is one of the world leading manufacturers of microscopes. In addition to excellent light-/ion- and electron microscopes, ZEISS also manufactures a diverse range of fluorescence optical sectioning systems as well as high-resolution x-ray microscopes. 

Carl Zeiss Microscopy is a leading provider of microscope solutions in the life sciences and materials research markets and QA/QC and also manufactures optical sensor systems for integrated process analysis.

Microscope systems by Carl Zeiss are much more than just hardware. A dedicated and well-trained sales force, an extensive support infrastructure and a responsive service team enable customers to use their ZEISS instruments to their full potential.


TESCAN
Brno/CZ

TESCAN is one of the global suppliers of scientific instruments. The company is focused on research, development and manufacturing of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment such as: scanning electron microscopes, supplementary accessories for SEMs, light optical microscopy accessories and image processing, special vacuum chambers, scientific hardware and software development and special tools for diverse analytical applications in a wide range of fields. TESCAN’s portfolio includes thermionic emission systems, field emission SEM and FIB-SEM systems, correlative microscopy, multimodal holographic microscopes and leading-edge 3D X-ray CT systems. Over 2700 SEMs installed in almost 100 countries are a testament to TESCAN’s first-class quality and proven technology.


TESCAN
Brno/CZ

TESCAN is one of the global suppliers of scientific instruments. The company is focused on research, development and manufacturing of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment such as: scanning electron microscopes, supplementary accessories for SEMs, light optical microscopy accessories and image processing, special vacuum chambers, scientific hardware and software development and special tools for diverse analytical applications in a wide range of fields. TESCAN’s portfolio includes thermionic emission systems, field emission SEM and FIB-SEM systems, correlative microscopy, multimodal holographic microscopes and leading-edge 3D X-ray CT systems. Over 2700 SEMs installed in almost 100 countries are a testament to TESCAN’s first-class quality and proven technology.


Bruker Nano GmbH
Berlin/DE

Bruker Nano Analytics (BNA) is a division of the Bruker Corporation, a global leader in scientific instruments and solutions for life sciences and materials research, as well as industrial process and quality control.

BNA develops, manufactures and markets systems and solutions for the investigation of the composition and structure of materials on the micro- and nano-scale.

The product portfolio includes a unique range of analysis systems for comprehensive compositional and structural materials characterization on electron microscopes- QUANTAX EDS, QUANTAX WDS, QUANTAX EBSD and QUANTAX Micro‑XRF for SEM.

The product line for mobile and benchtop micro X‑ray fluorescence spectrometry (Micro‑XRF) including the M1 MISTRAL, M4 TORNADO, M6 JETSTREAM and ELIO as well as the handheld and countertop X‑ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzers TITAN, TRACER and CTX enable non-destructive element analysis.

The total reflection X‑ray fluorescence (TXRF) spectrometers S2 PICOFOX and S4 T‑STAR are also part of BNA’s range of analysis solutions.

BNA has established itself as a provider of innovative, customer- and application-specific analytical X‑ray systems.

Bruker Nano Analytics is headquartered in Berlin, Germany, but operates worldwide.


Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Jena/DE

Throughout the world the name of Carl Zeiss stands for the highest quality and reliability. Carl Zeiss Microscopy is part of the Carl Zeiss group, a leading organization of companies operating worldwide in the optical and optoelectronical industry.

ZEISS is one of the world leading manufacturers of microscopes. In addition to excellent light-/ion- and electron microscopes, ZEISS also manufactures a diverse range of fluorescence optical sectioning systems as well as high-resolution x-ray microscopes. 

Carl Zeiss Microscopy is a leading provider of microscope solutions in the life sciences and materials research markets and QA/QC and also manufactures optical sensor systems for integrated process analysis.

Microscope systems by Carl Zeiss are much more than just hardware. A dedicated and well-trained sales force, an extensive support infrastructure and a responsive service team enable customers to use their ZEISS instruments to their full potential.


GATAN
Pleasanton, CA/US

Gatan, Inc. is the world's leading manufacturer of instrumentation and software used to enhance and extend the operation and performance of electron microscopes. Gatan products, which are fully compatible with nearly all electron microscope models, cover the entire range of the research process—from specimen preparation and manipulation to imaging and analysis. The Gatan brand name is recognized and respected throughout the worldwide scientific community and has been synonymous with high quality products and leading technology for more than 50 years. Gatan is headquartered in Pleasanton, California, U.S.A. For more information, visit: www.gatan.com.


TESCAN
Brno/CZ

TESCAN is one of the global suppliers of scientific instruments. The company is focused on research, development and manufacturing of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment such as: scanning electron microscopes, supplementary accessories for SEMs, light optical microscopy accessories and image processing, special vacuum chambers, scientific hardware and software development and special tools for diverse analytical applications in a wide range of fields. TESCAN’s portfolio includes thermionic emission systems, field emission SEM and FIB-SEM systems, correlative microscopy, multimodal holographic microscopes and leading-edge 3D X-ray CT systems. Over 2700 SEMs installed in almost 100 countries are a testament to TESCAN’s first-class quality and proven technology.

Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Jena/DE

Throughout the world the name of Carl Zeiss stands for the highest quality and reliability. Carl Zeiss Microscopy is part of the Carl Zeiss group, a leading organization of companies operating worldwide in the optical and optoelectronical industry.

ZEISS is one of the world leading manufacturers of microscopes. In addition to excellent light-/ion- and electron microscopes, ZEISS also manufactures a diverse range of fluorescence optical sectioning systems as well as high-resolution x-ray microscopes. 

Carl Zeiss Microscopy is a leading provider of microscope solutions in the life sciences and materials research markets and QA/QC and also manufactures optical sensor systems for integrated process analysis.

Microscope systems by Carl Zeiss are much more than just hardware. A dedicated and well-trained sales force, an extensive support infrastructure and a responsive service team enable customers to use their ZEISS instruments to their full potential.


Leica Microsystems Vertrieb GmbH
Wetzlar/DE

Leica Microsystems develops and manufactures microscopes and scientific instruments for the analysis of microstructures and nanostructures.

Widely recognized for optical precision and innovative technology, the company is one of the market leaders in compound and stereo microscopy, digital microscopy, confocal laser scanning and super-resolution microscopy with related imaging systems, electron microscopy sample preparation, and surgical microscopy.

Users of Leica Microsystems’ instruments and services can be found in both clinical and life science research, several surgical specializations, disciplines associated with material sciences, the manufacturing industry, and forensics services as well as in classrooms around the world. Instruments and workflow solutions for electron microscopy sample preparation for life sciences and industrial applications alike complete the company’s product portfolio.

Leica Microsystems has six major plants and product development sites located in Wetzlar and Mannheim (Germany), Vienna (Austria), Heerbrugg (Switzerland), Morrisville (USA), and Singapore. The company is represented in over 100 countries, has sales and service organizations in 20 countries, and an international network of distribution partners. Its headquarters are located in Wetzlar, Germany. Leica Microsystems is part of Danaher.

TESCAN
Brno/CZ

TESCAN is one of the global suppliers of scientific instruments. The company is focused on research, development and manufacturing of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment such as: scanning electron microscopes, supplementary accessories for SEMs, light optical microscopy accessories and image processing, special vacuum chambers, scientific hardware and software development and special tools for diverse analytical applications in a wide range of fields. TESCAN’s portfolio includes thermionic emission systems, field emission SEM and FIB-SEM systems, correlative microscopy, multimodal holographic microscopes and leading-edge 3D X-ray CT systems. Over 2700 SEMs installed in almost 100 countries are a testament to TESCAN’s first-class quality and proven technology.

DECTRIS Ltd.
Baden-Dättwil/CH

DECTRIS ventures into electron microscopy to make EM count
S. De Carlo (Baden-Daettwil/CH)

DECTRIS develops and manufactures the most accurate electron and X-ray cameras to spark scientific breakthroughs around the world. While CCD and CMOS cameras capture and integrate electrons indirectly, DECTRIS cameras count individual electrons and X-ray photons. To benefit from brighter electron sources and ever more stable electromagnetic lenses, electron microscopes need increasingly accurate detectors —which is what DECTRIS delivers.

In addition to pushing the limits of Transmission Electron Microscopy, DECTRIS detectors help advance small-molecule electron crystallography. We support researchers everywhere from our offices in Switzerland and the United States.

The DECTRIS lunchtime seminar will introduce the audience to the DECTRIS hybrid pixel technology and showcase applications results obtained with DECTRIS direct electron detectors in the realm of high-resolution imaging in TEM mode, electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS), micro-electron diffraction of small 3D protein crystals and other organic compounds and finally single-particles cryo-electron microscopy at 100 kV.