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Atom Probe Tomography Webinars

Atom Probe Tomography Webinars

An expanding collection of instructional on-demand webinars on Atom Probe Tomography.



UPCOMING WEBINARS



October 4  Using APT to understand the precipitation hardening of Magnesium alloys: pitfalls and successes, with Dr. Chamini Mendis of Brunel
October 18  Features and Benefits of AP Suite 6, with Dr. Katherine Rice
November 8 Reconstruction techniques, ranging advice, run conditions and more needed for geological applications, Curtin University
 November 11 Advancements in the development of green steel: Making green steel with hydrogen. Dr. Dierk Raabe, MPIE.
November 15 High Impact applications from Curtin and other institutions reviewed using the recon techniques
November 29  Fusion/nuclear materials with Oxford


Check back often, as this list will change with updates.




RECENT WEBINARS AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

IVAS LT and AP Suite Collaboration License
Passcode: A7&LeJ!H

This webinar provides an overview of the software options available for APT.


Li-Ion battery development, hosted by NATURE

This webcast highlights two techniques that demonstrate the potential to greatly enhance our understanding of Li-ion batteries, including structure evolution, charge-discharge mechanisms, and degradation mechanisms at these length scales.



 

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Looking for additional on-demand webinars?
All of our on-demand webinars are now hosted in one convenient location. 


Click here for High-Impact APT webinars.

Click here for Intro to APT webinars.


Make sure to bookmark these pages, because these libraries will continue to grow.



An Introduction to Atom Probe Tomography


Looking for a brief overview of the technique? Perfect for sharing with researchers just starting in APT.

 
 

FUNdamentals of Atom Probe Tomography. Presented by CAMECA, hosted by Materials Research Society.


This free, on-demand webinar provides a fundamental introduction to atom probe tomography (APT) and 3D nanoscale imaging mass spectrometry, with a focus on interpreting the resultant data. Further, we explore how APT can create more efficient energy-producing materials, and how the technique can be applied to new applications. An overview of applications in metals, semiconductors, and insulators, with examples of how atom probe tomography has been applied to solve real-world problems, is provided. This introduction to the technology and applications provides insight into how you can use APT in your research.

MRS APT Webinar July 2020

Rob Ulfig provides background on the history, science, technique, and applications of Atom Probe Tomography. Also includes extensive Q&A with Rob and webinar participants. Requires an MRS log in to view. Click the image.