In this workshop, you will learn about the latest advancements in EBSD technology and how they have paved the way for a wide variety of applications from semiconductor to geology. See how your research can benefit from information about its orientation, texture, grain size, and more. Be sure to stay for a demo of this EBSD camera in action.
Come also learn about the new windowless EDS detector design that opens up a whole new way to visualize your samples with EDS. Understand how this detector allows you to work at the microscope conditions that you’re most comfortable with.
And finally, take advantage of a hands-on workshop on quantitative EDS. Learn about the accuracy and precision of Oxford's detectors using both remote and local standards. Find which technique is right for you and how to comment on the values of your quant most approprately.
We will have our new Ultim Max 100 EDS detector and new Symmetry EBSD camera installed on a Zeiss EVO MA15 W-SEM. We’ll be holding individual demo sessions on Tuesday, February 25th and Thursday, February 27th from 9 am – 6 pm in 2-hour time blocks. Feel free to bring in a sample or just take a look at some of the samples we’ll have available.
We're looking forward to meeting you at the event and discussing your current work and workflows with you. Book a meeting here.
25-27 Feb 2020
|Tuesday 25 Feb 2020||9AM - 6 PM||Demo time|
|Wednesday 26 Feb 2020||9AM - 10AM||Lecture: From semiconductors to geology, how CMOS technology opened doors to better EBSD data|
|Wednesday 26 Feb 2020||10:30 - 11:30AM||Lecture: A new EDS detector design making an impact in biological and surface-sensitive applications|
|Wednesday 26 Feb 2020||12 - 1PM||Lunch|
|Wednesday 26 Feb 2020||1:30 - 2:30PM||Hands-on Workshop, Introduction to EBSD Analysis: How to obtain the best quality EBSD map|
|Wednesday 26 Feb 2020||3 - 4:30PM||Hands-on Workshop, Quantitative Analysis using EDS: Remote vs local standards|
|Thursday 27 Feb 2020||9AM - 6 PM||Demo time|