VISUALISING THE NANOWORLD BY TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY
David COOPER - DRT/LETI/DTSI/SCMC
Vendredi 12/01/2018, 12h30-13h30
Amphi Minatec, CEA-Grenoble

The last 15 years have seen a revolution in transmission electron microscopy with the development of aberration correction and computer control. Today’s electron microscopes can obtain images with spatial resolutions of 50 pm or better (roughly the radius of a H atom), spectroscopy can be performed with atomic resolution to measure material composition and bonding states and electromagnetic fields can be measured by forming electron holograms. Moreover, recent developments in the field known as in-situ electron microscopy allow these techniques to be performed on working devices. In this presentation we will give an overview of transmission electron microscopy and show what is possible today using the state of the art tools that are available on the Nanocharacterisation Platform at Minatec.

Contact : Michel BENINI

 

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