• Alliance to Build Knowledge around In-Situ Microscopy
    From left: G. Moldovan, T. Kostovčík, N. Randall, M. Willinger, J. Neuman, G. Boetsch, Ch. Sichting

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Alliance to Build Knowledge around In-Situ Microscopy

Mar 29 2023

Alemnis Ag, Imina Technologies, NenoVision s.r.o and point electronic GmbH have announced the formation of the In-Situ Alliance to share know-how and technology for in-situ microscopy and testing, to accelerate innovation and adoption of new techniques and to foster new applications across disciplines.

Providing characterisation tools, solutions and services, the alliance has also been strengthened by principle investigator on in-situ techniques, Prof. Dr. Marc Georg Willinger Chair of Electron Microscopy, Technische Universität München.

Electron Microscopy (EM) has advanced beyond imaging and related analysis since development of techniques such as AFM, electrical probing, sample manipulation and force sensing and is widely used across different disciplines in research and engineering.

The Alliance aims to connect industry and academia in its mission to both advance development of in-situ tools and techniques while expanding the research and knowledge base to a wider audience of potential users and developers.

Alliance members will be attending mmc 2023, Manchester UK,4-6 July; M&M 2023 Minneapolis, USA, 23-27 July; and IMC20, Busan, Korea, 10-15 September

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