Session

03.09.2019     12:45–13:45

Title:
Mini Lunchtime lecture
Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Type:
Industry session
Room:
As the complexity of advanced materials and devices continues to increase, 3D imaging and analysis has become essential in the modern materials laboratory. From materials inspection to device failure analysis, 3D imaging can reveal intricate details not visible through traditional 2D methods. X-ray microscopy is a non-destructive 3D imaging technique closely related to conventional x-ray computed tomography, but with advantages that allow for imaging with higher resolution on relatively large samples and for imaging with alternative contrast methods (such as phase contrast or diffraction contrast). In this talk I will describe how x-ray microscopy can play a central role in complex material development. I will present details of the technique as well as application examples that highlight the unique capabilities it can bring to the modern materials characterization laboratory.

03.09.2019
12:45–13:45

Title:
Mini Lunchtime lecture
Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Type:
Industry session
Room:
As the complexity of advanced materials and devices continues to increase, 3D imaging and analysis has become essential in the modern materials laboratory. From materials inspection to device failure analysis, 3D imaging can reveal intricate details not visible through traditional 2D methods. X-ray microscopy is a non-destructive 3D imaging technique closely related to conventional x-ray computed tomography, but with advantages that allow for imaging with higher resolution on relatively large samples and for imaging with alternative contrast methods (such as phase contrast or diffraction contrast). In this talk I will describe how x-ray microscopy can play a central role in complex material development. I will present details of the technique as well as application examples that highlight the unique capabilities it can bring to the modern materials characterization laboratory.


12:45–13:45
Opportunities in 3D and 4D imaging with X-ray microscopy in the materials research laboratory
Nicolas Gueninchault (Marly le Roi/FR)
Talk time: 50 + 10 min