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  • High Impact Research: Metals and Alloys
    High Impact Research: Metals and Alloys

    lunes, noviembre 16, 2020

    Applications for APT have expanded rapidly over the past decade. Previously, APT analysis relied almost
    exclusively upon voltage pulsing, so virtually all of the work from the 1970s through 2000 involved
    metals analysis.

    Duration: 30 minutes

  • Nanomaterials
    Nanomaterials using 3D Atom Probe Tomography

    domingo, noviembre 15, 2020

    High-Impact Research Using 3D Atom Probe Tomography.

    Most of the interesting things in the world happen at the transition from one region to another. APT captures the location and identity of up to 80% of the atoms in a volume and can document 3D interfaces like no other microscopy. In this webinar, we will review high-Impact research of nanoscale features in metals, semiconductors and dielectrics that have changed our view of the world.
    Click the link to watch this short webinar with a Q&A session.

    Duration: 35 minutes

  • Atom Probe Tomography
    High Research - Wet Atom Probe Tomography Specimens

    sábado, noviembre 14, 2020

    Nanolyze' this: Wet, Biological, and Emerging Applications

    APT - no matter the application - is on the cutting edge of microscopy. No other technique can identify up to 80% of the atoms in a volume with sub-nanometer spatial resolution.

    Click the link to watch this short webinar with a Q&A session.

    Duration: 50 minutes

  • Geoscience-3D-APT
    High Impact Research: Geoscience Using 3D Atom Probe Tomography

    viernes, noviembre 13, 2020

    Just a decade ago, very few geologists were aware of Atom Probe Tomography. Today, APT is fast-growing application both in general research labs and dedicated geological research groups around the world. Geologists know that giga-sized movements of the Earth's crust are governed by the nanoscale distribution and mobility of atoms in geologic materials. The rapid growth of APT in this application space is driven by the necessity of understanding these nanoscale processes and the recent availability of high-performance UV-laser pulsed atom probe systemes. In this webinar we will review several high-impact geologic discoveries enabled by APT.

    Duration: 60 minutes

  • Dielectrics / Insulators
    High Impact Research: Dielectrics/Insulators

    miércoles, noviembre 11, 2020

    Porous thin‐film dielectric insulators with significantly lower dielectric constants are expected to have great impact on the fabrication of ever smaller semiconductor devices and chips with higher packaging densities. Click the link to watch this short webinar with a Q&A session.

    Duration: 30 minutes

  • Reconstruction
    Introduction to APT: Reconstruction and IVAS

    jueves, noviembre 5, 2020

    APT is unique in microscopy because the actual microscope is not solely the beautiful three-chambered vacuum system, but also incorporates a computer and analytical software. In this way-combining instrumentation, computer hardware, and advanced software - APT establishes itself as the highest sensitivity analytical technique available.

    Duration: 62 minutes

  • Data Collection
    Data Collection

    miércoles, noviembre 4, 2020

    Improving data quality

    High-sensitivity 3D nanoscale mass spectrometry has become a casual procedure with modern atom probe microscopes. The ease of use sometimes leads to complacency, and although the results of an experiment may be useful, there are often simple ways to optimize data quality with proper specimen preparation and run conditions, ensuring an "apples-to-apples" comparison between the materials being studied. This new webinar will quickly show you how to gather and make the most of your APT data.

    Duration: 67 minutes

  • Specimen Preparation
    Introduction to APT: Specimen Preparation

    martes, noviembre 3, 2020

    Specimen preparation for 3D nanoscale tomography with APT has become routine for a wide variety of applications, but new capabilities push the boundaries of what is possible. This webinar will cover the basics and highlight cutting edge techniques for hydrogen quantification and the analysis of wet specimens.
    Click the link to watch this short webinar with a Q&A session.

    Duration: 33 minutes

  • Easy 3D nanoscales
    Easy 3D Nanoscale Analysis

    lunes, noviembre 2, 2020

    Click the link to watch this short webinar with a Q&A session.

    Duration: 44 minutes

  • MRS 2020
    The highest-sensitivity 3D analytical microscopic technique

    martes, agosto 25, 2020

    This webinar provides a fundamental introduction to atom probe tomography (APT) and 3D nanoscale imaging mass spectrometry, with a focus on interpreting the resultant data. Further, we explore how APT can create more efficient energy-producing materials, and how the technique can be applied to new applications. An overview of applications in metals, semiconductors, and insulators, with examples of how atom probe tomography has been applied to solve real-world problems, is provided. This introduction to the technology and applications provides insight into how you can use APT in your research.

    Presenter: Robert Ulfig

  • CRYO
    Vaccum Cryo Transfer Module

    martes, marzo 24, 2020

    A Suitecase Solution

    This webinar provides an overview of cutting-edge cryo transfer work being done with atom probe tomography.
    Cryo transfer can enable or improve the ability to collect atom probe data in difficult applications, such as:

    - Rapid oxidation studies (e.g. uranium, lithium, aluminum)

    - Catalyst/reaction chamber studies of surface contamination

    - Characterization of hydrogen embrittlement of steel

    - Transport between various analysis modalities (e.g. FIB, TEM) under vacuum conditions

    - Analysis of "soft" (i.e. biological) materials

    Duration: 31 minutes

  • APT Part 3
    Atom Probe Analysis of Catalyst Materials PART 3

    martes, marzo 17, 2020

    Deactivation Mechanism in NOx Conversion in Cu-Exchanged Zeolites
    With assistance from Dr. Jon Poplawsky et al. at ORNL; Professors Bert Weckhuysen and Dr. Joel Schmidt at Utrecht University, and Dr. Simon Bare, Stanford.
    This webinar incorporates materials from:
    NATURE COMMUNICATIONS | DOI: 10.1038/s41467-017-01765-0

    Duration : 7 minutes

  • APT Part 2
    Atom Probe Analysis of Catalyst Materials PART 2

    martes, marzo 10, 2020

    13-Carbon Monitoring in Coked ZSM-5 Zeolites
    With assistance from Dr. Jon Poplawsky et al. at ORNL; Professors Bert Weckhuysen and Dr. Joel Schmidt at Utrecht University, and Dr. Simon Bare, Stanford.
    This webinar incorporates materials from:
    Schmidt, J. E., et al. (2016). Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., 1–6. http://doi.org/10.1002/ange.201606099

    Duration : 13 minutes

  • APT Part 1
    Atom Probe Analysis of Catalyst Materials PART 1

    martes, marzo 3, 2020

    Aluminum Tracking in Steamed ZSM-5 Zeolites
    With assistance from Dr. Danny Perea et al. at PNNL; Professors Bert Weckhuysen and Dr. Joel Schmidt at Utrecht University, and Dr. Simon Bare, Stanford.
    This webinar incorporates materials from:
    NATURE COMMUNICATIONS | 6:7589 | DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8589
    Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 11173 –11177
    NATURE COMMUNICATIONS | 8: 1666| DOI: 10.1038/s41467-017-01765-0
    M. K. Miller et al., Ultramicroscopy 2005, 102, 287
    K. Thompson et al., Ultramicroscopy 2007, 107, 131
    M. K. Miller et al. Microscopy & Microanalysis 2007,13(6), 428
    D. J. Larson et al., Ultramicroscopy 1999, 79, 287
    K. Thompson et al, Microscopy & Microanalysis 2006, 12(S2), 1736CD
    K. Thompson et al., Ultramicroscopy 2007, 107, 131

    Duration : 12 minutes

  • EIKOS-UV
    Introduction to applications & technology of EIKOS-UV

    martes, febrero 25, 2020

    Optimized or efficiency and simplicity, EIKOS-UV™ delivers all the benefits of Atom Probe Tomography and addresses a wide range of applications: metals, coatings, thin films, ceramics, minerals, functional materials in both academic and commercial environments. Robert Ulfig (CAMECA) presents the main features and functionalities of CAMECA's latest atom probe tomography instrument.
    Register here to view at any time.

    Duration: 23 minutes

  • AP Suite 6
    Data Navigation and Filtering Options in AP Suite 6

    martes, febrero 18, 2020

    The first in a series of webinars covering the powerful feature set of AP Suite 6!
    Hosted by Katherine Rice (CAMECA), this short webinar will cover how to quickly and easily find your projects, specimens, experiments, and reconstructions in Data Navigator.
    We'll review simple and complex filters, and provide instruction on how to keep your data organized by using project structures.
    This webinar is the first in a series designed to help you make the most of your atom probe data. Don't miss it!

    Make AP Suite 6 your one-stop APT data show.

    Duration : 21 minutes

  • AP Suite 6 Menu
    AP Suite Software: Configuration Menu

    martes, febrero 11, 2020

    A comprehensive overlook at configuring the six menus in AP Suite.

    Duration : 45 minutes