Upcoming Events

CLEM workshop at SCANDEM 2019

Tuesday, 11th of June 2019

Join Delmic at the workshop before SCANDEM 2019the 70th annual meeting of the Nordic Microscopy Society! The workshop will be dedicated to correlative light and electron microscopy and will take place on 11th of June at the Centre for Cellular Imaging, University of Gothenburg. 

During the workshop, the invited speakers will cover recent CLEM techniques and tools. Delmic will present the SECOM correlative light and electron microscope in a remote demonstration with our application specialist Sangeetha Hari. The SECOM is a powerful and unique system which combines the labeling power of fluorescence imaging and the  high resolution  structural information. This makes it the perfect tool to study the . complex  relation  between form and function in biology.

Make sure to register if you would like to join, the spots are limited. To read more information about the program, and to register for the workshop, visit this page.

Multimodal analysis for geology at Cergy-Pontoise University

Tuesday, 4th of June 2019

Join Delmic at the first day of multimodal analysis for geology organized by The Institute of Materials I-Mat of the University of Cergy Pontoise. 

This event will focus on advanced micro-characterization techniques for studying geological samples, including cathodoluminescence, EDS, EBSD and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The day will consist of the dedicated presentations, lunch, exhibition and application workshops. 

Cathodoluminescence 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 our presentation, we will discuss the physical background of CL emission in rocks, sample preparation, and the typical CL workflow. We will also show examples of how the technique can be applied to sedimentary rocks, gemstones, and zircons.  

To read more information about the program, and to register for the workshop, visit this page.