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24.02.2015

Symposium: Advanced Materials Analysis by latest STEM Technologies

Symposium: Advanced Materials Analysis by latest STEM Technologies

It has been more than 20 years now that electron microscopy plays an important role at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung in Mülheim/Ruhr. Günther Wilke, former director at the institute, ordered the first Hitachi microscope.

Characterization and Structure Determination

Today the Service Department of Chemical Crystallography and Electron Microscopy under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Christian Lehmann has more than 10 members. Among their tasks are the characterization of materials and the structure determination of chemical substances with crystallographic and microscopic methods.

New Scanning Microscope

Since summer 2014 the institute features a new scanning transmission electron microscope, the Hitachi 200kV STEM HD-2700. Its characteristics include a cold field emitter, Cs probe corrector and atomic resolution EDS system.

Programme of the Symposium

  • 10:00   Registration and Refreshments
  • 12:00   Welcoming address by Prof. Walter Thiel, Managing Director
  • 12:15   Start of Symposium (including talks by Prof. Ferdi Schüth, MPI für Kohlenforschung and Prof. Gerhard Dehm, MPI für Eisenforschung)

 

Please register before February 13, 2015 by sending an e-mail to HD2700@kofo.mpg.de