Next SEM doctoral school
The SEM doctoral school MSE-636 is held two times per year, once in the autumn semester (MSE-636a) and once in the spring semester (MSE-636b).
The next running of the course will be MSE-636b in the Autumn 2018 semester from 29–31 October.
To register for the course please contact your doctoral program.
1-3 April, rooms DIA003 and CO011
Monday : 10h15-12h00 room:DIA003; 13h15-17h00 room: CO011
Tuesday : 08h15-11h00 room:DIA003; 13h15-17h00 demos in CIME
Wednesday : 08h15-12h00 room:DIA003
To register for the course MSE-636a through your doctoral school program.
29 april, room INM 200
Exam format: written. Lecture notes allowed (on Laptop: no internet connection!), no written report required !
1) To understand the basics of a scanning electron microscope and its capabilities.
2) To understand the image contrast formation in scanning electron microscopy (SE, BSE, low-kV, resolution).
3) To understand analytical techniques as X-Ray spectroscopy and Electron backscatter diffraction.
4) To understand image formation in environmental SEM.
5) To understand Ion beam techniques (FIB and He-Ion microscopy).
6) To assess the different possibilities and application domains (Materials sciences, biology, crystalline or amorphous materials…).
This intensive course is intended for researchers who are potential new users of scanning electron microscopes. It will provide them with a basic understanding of the instruments, optics of SEM, the imaging modes, the associated analytical techniques EDS, related theories of image formation.
Demonstrations will be given on the microscopes.