A new Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) capable to acquire real-time multi-parametrical nanoscale measurements via a specific operating mode called “data cube” will join the CLYM facilities. The ultimate objective of POCOYO project is to develop and share unique knowledge in AFM operando experiments, to correlate multidimensional (mechanical, electrical, magnetic properties and chemical-structure relationships) data cubes to external stimuli.
On March 11 and 12 2020, CLYM in association with DENSsolutions and MILEXIA will organise SEEN2020, a 2 days workshop to demonstrate Solutions for Environmental Electron Nanoscopy: the Climate and Stream systems from DENSsolutions for TEM.
Invited experts will share their experience in environmental EM:
A CNRS training on « Double beam scanning microscopy (FIB/SEM) » will take place from the 23rd to the 27th of March 2019 at CLyM. It is a « company CNRS training » open to industrials and academics. It is organized jointly by CLyM and MATEIS laboratory of INSA Lyon.
The presentation brochure of the training is attached to this presentation.
For more informations and registration go on the CNRS training website.
The CLYM, INL and INSA are hosting the 1st Innovation Day in Lyon, to hear from experts across 4 Oxford Instruments business units and receive exclusive advice on your custom applications.
These days are free but requires registration on the Oxford site at this address : oxford innovation day.