November 4, 2020
Register to learn about the Helios 5 Hydra DualBeam
High-quality sample preparation is critical for successful high-resolution material analysis with STEM or TEM. It is also considered to be one of the most challenging and time-consuming tasks in materials characterization labs. Conventional methods used to prepare ultra-thin samples required for S/TEM are slow and can require many hours, or even days, of effort by highly trained personnel. This is further complicated by the variety of different materials and the need for site-specific information.
Recent developments in DualBeam™ (FIB-SEM) technology, such as the addition of innovative software for automation and ease of use and the availability of multiple ion species, resolve many of these challenges. Register for our live webinar and learn how leading research labs are using our new Thermo Scientific™ Helios 5 Laser PFIB and Thermo Scientific™ Helios™ 5 Hydra™ DualBeam to advance their materials characterization.
Benefits of attending:
- Explore how the availability of four ion species (Xe, Ar, O, N) on the same platform enables you to get optimized results for your specific samples.
- Watch how quick switching of ion species (<10 minutes) does not sacrifice performance, even during sample exchange, allowing for the highest throughput.
- Evaluate the high-performance PFIB column that delivers both high-resolution and high-throughput capabilities, enabling a wide range of use cases (sample prep, 3D characterization, cross-sectioning).
- Julie Cairney, Professor and Future Fellow, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Sydney, Director, Australian Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis, The University of Sydney, CEO, Microscopy Australia
- Vijay Bhatia, SEM Manager, Sydney Microscopy and Microanalysis, The University of Sydney
- Valerie Brogden, FIB/SEM Lab Manager at the Center for Advanced Materials Characterization at the University of Oregon (CAMCOR)
- Kurt Langworthy, Facility Director at the Center for Advanced Materials Characterization at the University of Oregon (CAMCOR)
- Tim Burnett, Reader in Materials Imaging, University of Manchester
- Brandon Van Leer, Sr. Manager, Applications & Business Development, Thermo Fisher Scientific