We thought we’d make it easy for you to watch some of our latest webinars, so here is a round up of ones you catch watch right now and also book in for future planned webinars and online events.
Webinars and online Q&A sessions you can watch now
New technology now makes it possible to research low-mobility materials on a tabletop Hall measurement system without the use of AC field. Watch this recorded webinar for an overview of the technology followed by a hands-on demonstration.
Join us for a live hyperspectral Q&A. We will be showing how you can sort almonds with our products and then we are ready for your questions. Let’s go nuts!
Join the QDUSA team to learn more about our Thermal Transport option for the PPMS, DynaCool, and VersaLab platforms.
QDUSA recently conducted a webinar about AC Susceptibility measurements using your PPMS, DynaCool, or VersaLab. This is another presentation in our continuing series devoted to existing measurement capabilities.
The DENSsolutions Climate system allows you to study catalytic reactions directly inside the TEM. Using MEMS technology, we developed an electron beam transparent Nano-Reactor in which you can control all environmental conditions, e.g. temperature, gas mixture, gas pressure etc. In this webinar we will show, through various application examples, why in situ is an essential tool for meaningful catalysis research. The application examples that we will cover in depth are: ‘The shape evolution of Pd nanocrystals”, “The growth of carbon nanotubes” and “Ultra-fast Ni oxidation”. We will discuss the technological challenges for In Situ TEM catalysis research and the solutions provided by our Climate G+ system.
May 14 Webinar – Win in the Quantum Materials Race: Extract New Information (Quickly) with Temperature-Dependent Raman and Photoluminescence – this webinar has now passed. Check back soon for the recording!
Hosted by Quantum Design Italy – Raman micro-spectroscopy is used to characterise a variety of properties, including chemical, magnetic, electronic, symmetry, and layer orientation in 2D materials. Many interesting phenomena emerge across the 4K-500K temperature range, and new information about a sample can be obtained with temperature dependent measurements.
Webinars to register for right now!
Register for our webinar on characterisation of conductive and magnetic nanostructures by correlative in-situ AFM and SEM via the link below!
DENSSolutions welcome you to join their 1st user webinar in which there be a presentation from Dr Marc Willinger, a Climate user:
“In my presentation, I will highlight the importance of in situ electron microscopy for catalysis, and share some of the experience we have collected over the years. I will show how we apply a combination of in situ TEM and in situ SEM, to study the dynamics of active catalysts under simple redox conditions as well as under industrially relevant reactions, such as methanol oxidation. By bridging the scale from the Å to the mm range and pressures from 10-5 to 10+5 Pa, we are able to reveal the dynamic nature of active catalysts and to bridge the materials and pressure gap between simplified model systems and real-world catalysis. It will be shown that simultaneous detection of reaction products by RGA enables correlating structural dynamics with catalytic activity. We observe rate oscillations and oscillatory behaviour that is inherent to the action of a catalyst, which has to break bonds and facilitate the formation of new ones over and over again.”
Quantum Design France are holding a Spectroscopic Ellipsometer Webinar on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 from 08:00 am to 11:30 pm (GMT). The webinar will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of ellipsometric data analysis, and an overview of ellipsometric applications.
In situ heating and/or biasing TEM experiments attract a lot of interest from the community as it reveals the dynamic behaviour of the samples in the microscope that can be observed in real time. As the in situ TEM uses MEMS-based chips as sample carriers, the sample preparation, including the FIB lamellas need to be done onto Nano-Chips. Not only the lamellas need to be thin and clean from contamination, but for in situ heating and especially biasing experiments the samples need to remain functional.