Micro- and Nanoanalytics Group
|The Micro- and Nanoanalytics Group (LMN) was established by Prof. Benjamin Butz in October 2017 and it is closely related to the interdisciplinary Micro- and Nanoanalytics Facility (MNaF) of the University of Siegen. Our aim is to facilitate solutions to urgent global issues like energy supply by contributing to modern materials research at the School of Science and Technology. |
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We provide comprehensive micro- and nanoanalytics expertise; our focus is on advanced and in situ electron and ion microscopy (SEM, FIB, TEM) for materials research down to the atomic scale.
For own independent materials research on 2D materials, batteries and ceramics as well as for collaborative research together with other university groups and external partners, we utilize state-of-the-art EM instrumentation on campus and at external research centres in Germany.
Our expertise includes a vast variety of sample preparation techniques ranging from the mechanical and chemical preparation of bulk materials, thin films and nanostructured materials. This expertise enters our dedicated master courses on micro- and nanocharacterization with fast electrons and ions as well as dedicated EM schools and microscope user trainings at the MNaF.
Link to ZOOM video conference room
LMN-Seminar SoSe 2020
*** Welcome to our seminar / LINK to ZOOM conference room for todays seminar 17/06/2020) ***
- 29/04 Al/Stahl-Verbundgussproben (by SW)
- 13/05 NbN superconductors (by YL)
- 20/05 Detector overview (by YS)
- 20/05 Sampling theorem (by JM)
- 27/05 Histogram (by BB)
- 27/05 CCD/CMOS cameras (by JM)
- 03/06 Serial detectors (by YS)
- 03/06 Data formats (by CW)
- 10/06 Aspects of microscopy/photography (by BB)
- 17/06 Design aspects (by MH)
- 24/06 Image editing (by CW)
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