You are cordially invited to participate in our Electron Microscopy learning seminar and workshop to be held on 17th January 2018 in NSTDA, jointly organized by NSTDA Characterization and Testing Center (NCTC), Hitachi High-Technologies and Coax Group Co., Ltd. In this session, we aim to share some of the latest Electron Microscopy technology and techniques, relating to R&D, Failure Analysis and Quality Assurance in Thailand. Participation is FREE. Due to limited seats available per day, please confirm your attendance with us soon!
Wednesday, 17th January 2018
8:30 am -04:30 pm
(Registration starts from 08:30 am. Seminar session will start punctually at 09:00 am.)
Thailand National Science and Technology Development Agency(NSTDA)
111 Thailand Science Park (TSP), Phahonyothin Road, Khlong Nueng, Khlong Luang, Pathum Thani 12120, Thailand
Participation is free but registration is required.
For your questions about these events, you can contact: Mr. Akira Tsuboyama
Hitachi High-Technologies (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
In the seminar session, we will kick-off with a presentation on the fundamentals of Electron Microscopes, understanding the working concept of various types of Electron Microscopes, where our presenter will also share about various types Electron Microscope technology and provide examples on their unique features, matching to various types of specimen requirements.
We will also share about various methods of sample preparations, which is critical for good EM imaging/analysis.
In the topic just before lunch, our presenter will discuss about what are the latest FE-SEM technology and techniques available, and know-hows to achieve the best results in imaging and analysis.
In the afternoon, we will have an interactive live demonstration workshop in NCTC lab. Using industry related specimens, we will demonstrate and explain some of the techniques involved to get good imaging data using Hitachi Ultra High Resolution FE-SEM and Variable Pressure FE-SEM.
Additionally, we will also explain some sample preparation tips and surface preparation techniques using Ion Milling System and analyze the post milling data using the compact and easy Tabletop SEM system.
Thank you for your attention and we see you in Thailand!