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Introduction to EIKOS UV Technology and Applications

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

In this webinar, the technology and applications of EIKOS UV were discussed.  The integrated counter electrode technology was covered and applications including metal, ceramics, and thin films were demonstrated.  Dr. Alex Dahlstrom from KTH discussed his results on EIKOS APT analysis of steels (including stainless steel) and metals at the Hultgren Laboratory.


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About the presenters:

Dr. Alexander Dahlström
KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Alexander Dahlstrom is a researcher at the department of materials science and engineering, KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Prior to joining KTH he received his PhD from Groupe de Physique des Materiaux (GPM), Rouen, studying phase separation in Fe-Cr under the supervision of Frederic Danoix. Alexander is currently instrument responsible for the new EIKOS instrument at the Hultgren laboratory, KTH, where they utilize multiscale modelling and characterization to study metals and ceramics. The current research done with the EIKOS involves steels, cemented carbides and high entropy alloys. Alexander is also coordinator for the competence centres Hierarchical Engineering of Industrial Materials 2 Innovation (here-m 21) and Center for Mechanics and Materials Design (MMD). 


Dr. Katherine Rice
Applications Manager, APT

Dr. Katherine Rice is an Applications Manager with Cameca Instruments in Madison, WI. She received her PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Colorado-Boulder and completed an NRC postdoc at NIST-Boulder. Her research interests include transmission EBSD, nanoparticle synthesis, and atom probe tomography.