Carl Zeiss: Supporting Nanomaterials Research, Nanofabrication and Imaging to Forge the Future.

Date(s) 30-30 May 2017
Venue University of Sydney, Sydney Nanoscience Hub (SNH)

Supported by the Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology (AINST) at the University of Sydney. Join us for a seminar that will answer how microscopy can be used to unlock your research potential in Nanoscience.

The presentations will include multimodal and multiscale electron and light microscopy, as well as new frontiers in nanofabrication correlative techniques.

Utilise microscopy to enhance your materials research:

  • Emerging techniques and applications in Nanofabrication
  • Characterization of Metals and Additive Manufacturing Applications.
  • Beyond Electrochemical Analysis for Battery Research



Time: 2pm – 6pm

Introduction to Microscopy Methods for Materials Science. Mr Terence Da Silva, Carl Zeiss

Emerging Capabilities in Nanofabrication and Analysis. Dr Yongkai Zhou, Carl Zeiss (APAC)

Integrating photonics at the nanoscale: Smaller, faster, greener and smarter technologies for the new information age. Prof Benjamin Eggleton, University of Sydney

Multimodal and Multiscale Microscopy for Characterization of Metals and Additive Manufacturing Applications. Dr Will Harris, Carl Zeiss (USA)

Applications driven materials engineering at the nanoscale – towards sustainable energy solutions. Prof Andrew Minett, University of Sydney

Beyond Electrochemical Analysis: 2D to 4D Correlation of Structure and Chemistry in Li-Ion Batteries. Dr Will Harris, Carl Zeiss (USA)

Networking, drinks and finger food

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