Join us and Thermo Fisher Scientific on May 24 for a one-day workshop to learn more about the Microscopy Center at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. We will focus on gaining insights into cutting-edge materials with the use of electron microscopy, feature interactive presentations, and engage with academic scholars and industry professionals.
The Microscopy Center houses a variety of scanning probe and electron microscopes, including an Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) and a Nano-Indenter, two Transmission electron microscopes, a scanning electron microscope, and two Dual Beam Focused Ion Bean (FIB) instruments. One showcase instrument will be their new Thermo Fisher Spectra 300 aberration corrected TEM/STEM with spatial resolution down to 40 pm, allowing atomic resolution EDS and EELS.
Enabling research from Quantum Materials to Structural Materials, from solid state materials to polymers and bio inspired materials – users of the Microscopy Center serve more than 11 departments from five colleges with their characterized needs at different length scales.
Gerd Duscher, Professor & Scientific Leader of the Electron Microscopy, University of Tennessee.
Jan Ringnalda, Lead TEM Product Scientist, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.
Lee Casalena, Sr.Tem Product & Applications Scientist, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.
|10:00 – 10:15 a.m.||Welcome & Opening
Gerd Duscher – Professor & Director of Electron Microscopy Facility, UT
Jon Phipps – Director of the Institute of Advanced Materials and Manufacturing, UT
|10:15 – 11:00 a.m.||Unleashing the Power of the Spectra 300 TEM: A Deep Dive into its Cutting-Edge Hardware.
Jan Ringnalda – Lead TEM Product Scientist, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
|11:15 – 12:00 p.m.||Maximizing Your Data Insights Faster with the Spectra 300 TEM: An Overview of its Advanced Software Features.
Lee Casalena – Sr. TEM Product & Applications Scientist, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
|12:00 – 1:00 p.m||Lunch|
|1:00 – 1:30 p.m.||Lightning Talks
Yao Li, Graduate Student, UT – Dislocations Loops in Cr Doped Iron.
Austin Houston, Graduate Student, UT – 2D Materials.
William Meier, Post-Doc, UT – New Materials with Weird Stacking.
Emma Counce, Graduate Student, UT – Design of New Intermetallic Phase in Al Alloy.
|1:30 – 3:00 p.m.||Live Spectra 300 Demonstrations|
Register here: tiny.utk.edu/Spectra300