Symposium

C06: Multi-modal Materials Characterization by Correlative Microscopy, 3D Imaging and In-Situ Techniques

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TopicC: Characterization

Today, a huge variety of advanced imaging techniques is available for materials scientists. And in fact, often more than one modality is needed to thoroughly characterize a material. Only by combining information from different techniques it is possible to understand the interrelation of performance and properties with structure and processing.

This symposium aims to offer a platform for researches who excel in correlative microscopy and bring them together with scientists who are just starting to explore multi-modal materials characterization. Appreciated contributions cover advanced light microscopy, as well as electron and focused ion beam microscopy, also in combination with analytic techniques like EDS and EBSD. Non-destructive 3D imaging techniques, like synchrotron or lab-based x-ray imaging, are welcome, too, especially when including grain mapping or in-situ experiments. The goal is to share knowledge, successes and potentials of correlative microscopy with the materials science community.


Lecture C06: Multi-modal Materials Characterization by Correlative Microscopy, 3D Imaging and In-Situ Techniques
A study on phase transformations in metastable beta zirconium alloys based on well known behaviour of metastable beta titanium alloys

Anna Veverková Petr Harcuba Jana Šmilauerová Dalibor Preisler Josef Stráský

Lecture C06: Multi-modal Materials Characterization by Correlative Microscopy, 3D Imaging and In-Situ Techniques
In situ microcompression and X-ray nanotomography of an additive manufactured Ni-base Superalloy

Michael Sommerschuh Janis Wirth Silvan Englisch Dr. Thomas Przybilla Julian Pistor Prof. Dr. Benoit Merle Prof. Dr. Carolin Körner Prof. Dr. Erdmann Spiecker

Lecture C06: Multi-modal Materials Characterization by Correlative Microscopy, 3D Imaging and In-Situ Techniques
Multi-scale microstructure characterization on inert supported solid oxide fuel cells

Florian Wankmüller Niklas Russner Dr. André Weber Dr. Matthias Meffert Johannes Schmieg Dr. Heike Störmer Dr. Piero Lupetin Prof. Dr. Dagmar Gerthsen Prof. Dr. Ellen Ivers-Tiffée

Lecture C06: Multi-modal Materials Characterization by Correlative Microscopy, 3D Imaging and In-Situ Techniques
Possibilities and limitations of tomography methods for the quantification of lithium-ion battery cathode microstructures

Dr. Jochen Joos Dr. Christian Fella Dr. Stephen Kelly Fabian Lutter Tobias Volkenandt Dr. André Weber Dr. Fabian Wilde Dr. Simon Zabler Prof. Dr. Ellen Ivers-Tiffée

Lecture C06: Multi-modal Materials Characterization by Correlative Microscopy, 3D Imaging and In-Situ Techniques
The novel approach to correlative microscopy of AFM-in-SEM using CPEM technology

Ph.D. Josef Horak Dr. Veronika Novotna Veronika Hegrova Dr. Zdenek Novacek Dr. Michal Pavera Dr. Jan Neuman