Next week will see Materials Today host the first of our 2013 webinar series. This webinar, presented in association with Zeiss, will deliver crucial insights to those with an interest in nanofabrication and high resolution imaging in materials science. See below for more information or click here - and we'll see you on Friday February 15th!
Date:15 February 2013, 10:00 ET (US), 15:00 GMT, 16:00 CET
Duration: 1 hours
Explore the brand new technology of multiple ion beam microscopy, from the science to the first emerging results
The strive for decreasing feature sizes in plasmonic research, lithography, semiconductor technology and materials development leads to a need for instruments that enable rapid prototyping of such structures and simultaneous high resolution imaging for process control. This webinar explains the technology of multiple ion beam microscopy, which represents a significant step forward in the field. We present first application results from leading research and applied science and give an outlook on the potential of the technology.
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest in focused-ion-beam microscopy, electron microscopy, nanofabrication and/or rapid prototyping
Academic researchers and teaching staff involved in imaging and nanofabrication
Persons with a general interest in nanofabrication and imaging in materials science