This live session is a unique opportunity to learn about the possibilities of the cathodoluminescence detector, learn about the software and imaging process. The demonstration will take place on May 20th at 11 AM (CEST).
The SPARC offers ultimate resolution, reliability and excellent user experience. Three features of the SPARC make it the most flexible CL system on the market. First, its modular design allows choosing multiple optical components and a wide range of detectors for different applications. Second, open source control software ODEMIS offers automated image acquisition and analysis, as well as makes it possible to write your own scripts for customised applications. Finally, six imaging modes, including fast-intensity mapping, angle-resolved CL, hyperspectral imaging, polarization filtered spectroscopy, lens-scanning energy-momentum imaging and unique time-resolved cathodoluminescence imaging, allow performing the most complete CL analysis and deliver reproducible results.
The SPARC is designed for fast and sensitive material characterization at the nanoscale and is successfully used all over the world in the fields of nanophotonics, materials science and geosciences.
The live online demonstration is a perfect opportunity to learn about the system and understand how beneficial it can be for your specific research or work. Join by registering below.