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You are cordially invited to attend our seminar and workshop session, jointly hosted by Hitachi High-Technologies and NSTDA Characterization and Testing Service Center(NCTC).
With the fast paced growth in technology, the techniques and technology used in R&D, failure analysis and quality assurance have to constantly keep up to the global demand and standard. For electron microscopy, the critical factors for ultra-high resolution imaging does not limit just to the performance of the electron microscope, but also as equally critical, the correct specimen preparation techniques, choice of equipment & the skill level of the user. Come learn with us on various specimen preparation techniques including the stress-free Ar broad Ion Milling and fundamental know-hows on ultra-high resolution FE-SEM to achieve good imaging results. Participation is FREE. Due to limited seats available per day, please confirm your attendance with us soon!

Date

Wednesday, 29th June 2016

Time

8:30 am -04:30 pm

Venue

Thailand National Science and Technology Development Agency(NSTDA)

111 Thailand Science Park (TSP), Phahonyothin Road, Khlong Nueng, Khlong Luang, Pathum Thani 12120, Thailand

  • Seminar (AM)
    NSTDA - Sirindhorn Science Home, Level 1, Lecture Hall 2
  • Workshop (PM)
    NSTDA - NCTC Lab, INC 2 Building, Tower C

Entry Fee

Participation is free but registration is required.

Contact

For your questions about these events, you can contact: Mr. Akira Tsuboyama
Hitachi High-Technologies (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
DID: +65-6597-7175
email: akira.tsuboyama.ef@hitachi-hightech.com

Events

Seminar (09:00 am -11:30 am)

Presentation session on principles and imaging techniques on ultra-high resolution FE-SEM (including low kV applications).
Various sample preparation methods of different specimens and application examples, including stress free Ar ion milling techniques.

Workshop (01:00 pm - 04:30 pm)

Interactive live demonstration sessions on latest Ultra High Resolution FE-SEM (Hitachi SU8230), broad Ion milling system (IM4000) and others EM instrument in NCTC lab.

Coffee breaks and lunch will be provided for the events.