Events Archive

Webinar - SPARC: Cathodoluminescence imaging for geology

August 29, 2017

Cathodoluminescence (CL) spectroscopy is a powerful tool for the micro-characterization of rocks and minerals, providing unique contrasts complementary to other electron microscopy-based techniques, such as backscattered electron imaging and energy/wavelength dispersive x-ray spectroscopy.

In this webinar, we discussed the physical background of CL emission in rocks, sample preparation, and the typical CL workflow. We also showed examples of how the technique can be applied to sedimentary rocks, gemstones, and zircons. This webinar was hosted by our SPARC application specialist, Toon Coenen, and in collaboration with our Australian distributor, AXT. 

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Microscopy & MicroAnalysis 2017

August 6, 2017

St. Louis, USA

For the 2017 edition of Microscopy & MicroAnalysis, we joined our North American distributor, NanoScience, at their stand.

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Microscience Microscopy Congress 2017

July 3, 2017

Manchester, UK

During this edition of the MMC, we shared a stand with our UK distributor, Blue Scientific. 

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Webinar: Real-time in situ correlative microscopy for cellular biology

June 22, 2017

At this webinar, we provided an introduction to CLEM, featuring our own high-performance CLEM system, the SECOM. Subsequently, various applications for CLEM in the life sciences were explored and we highlighted a study that demonstrates the potential of correlative microscopy for investigation into type 1 diabetes. We also discussed one of our latest developments: implementation of large scale imaging using automated data acquisition and stitching. 

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Webinar: Angle-resolved cathodoluminescence spectroscopy: a platform for nanoscale materials science, geology, and photonics

June 21, 2017

This webinar functioned as an introduction to cathodoluminescence for researchers in photonics, geology, and materials science. Participants had the chance to learn about the different types of CL generation and how they are applicable to various fields of research. After that, the experimental setup of the SPARC system and how angle-resolved CL is performed was shown. As proof of its broad applicability, several experimental examples from the fields of nanophotonics, materials science, and geology were demonstrated.  

Symposium & Workshop on Advanced In-Situ Electron Microscopy

May 17, 2017

Krakow, Poland

This symposium addressed recent innovations in the field of in-situ electron microscopy for materials science and the life sciences. It was hosted by DELMIC's distributor for Poland, PIK Instruments, and ACMIN Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology. 

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EMAS Workshop 2017

May 7, 2017

Konstanz, Germany

This workshop addressed microbeam analysis technologies. Cathodoluminescence featured as one of the main topics, and DELMIC's CL specialist, Toon Coenen, was present. 

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Focus on Microscopy 2017

April 9, 2017

Bordeaux, France

As per usual, DELMIC was present at Focus on Microscopy, a major interdisciplinary conference about advanced multi-dimensional light microscopy and image processing. 

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CISCEM 2016

October 11, 2016

Saarbrucken, Germany

DELMIC attended and sponsored CISCEM 2016, an international conference on in-situ and correlative electron microscopy. Jacob Hoogenboom of the Technical University of Delft, who played a very important role developing the SECOM correlative light and electron microscope, provided a presentation at the conference.

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EMC

August 28, 2016

Lyon, France

For the 2016 edition of the European Microscopy Congress (EMC), DELMIC organized a very large booth featuring both the SPARC and SECOM systems.

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School of Photonics 2016

July 10, 2016

Cortona, Italy

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BIAMS

June 5, 2016

Versailles

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Photonics 2016

June 1, 2016

Veldhoven

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Bridging Nordic Imaging

April 14, 2016

Gothenburg

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Focus on Microscopy

March 20, 2016

Taipei

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