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Cathodoluminescence imaging


Are you interested in understanding the basics of cathodoluminescence? Then watch this webinar, which outlines the relevance of SEM cathodoluminescence microscopy (CL) in the materials sciences. You will learn how CL can be applied in your research field and understand how time-resolved CL is performed. 

Duration: 55 min

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Dr. Toon Coenen

Product Manager

Angle-resolved cathodoluminescence is a powerful technique which can be applied in various research fields, including nanoscale materials science, geology, and photonics. Watch this webinar to learn about cathodoluminescence spectroscopy and various types of CL generation, and how they can be used in your field. 

Duration: 55 min

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Dr. Toon Coenen

Product Manager

Studying formation of sedimentary rocks, observing changes in the chemical composition of zircons, and understanding underlying causes for luminescence of sapphires: all of these are possible with one versatile technique. Cathodoluminescence (CL) is a very useful method of data acquisition in geosciences as it reveals information not readily provided by other techniques. Learn how unique properties of CL emission are advantageous for the geological sciences. Our speaker will focus on using this technique to examine sedimentary rocks, gemstones, and zircon.

Duration: 55 min

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Dr. Toon Coenen

Product Manager


Cathodoluminescence (CL) imaging is a powerful method for studying optical phenomena at the nanoscale, which makes this technique extremely relevant to the field of nanophotonics. It can be applied to metallic as well as dielectric and semiconductor nanostructures, including nanoparticles, nanowires, metamoleciles, metasurfaces, and photonic crystals. Watch this webinar with our cathodoluminescence specialist to learn about the possibilities of CL imaging in the field of nanophotonics.

 

Duration: 40 min

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Dr. Toon Coenen

Product Manager

This webinar introduces time-resolved cathodoluminescence and explores its applicability in various fields. Watch it to learn about cathodoluminescence and the properties of light, lifetime imaging and g(2) imaging; the difference between bunching and antibunching and in which fields these techniques can be used.

 

 

Duration: 30 min

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Dr. Toon Coenen

Product Manager
In this webinar, we talk about the fundamentals of cathodoluminescence for rare-earth doped materials. We present some practical examples where cathodoluminescence imaging is applied to rare-earth doped materials in the fields of:
  • optics/materials science (spectroscopic studies on materials in (nano)powder or nanostructured form)
  • geology (studying geological samples such as zircons)
  • life science (as CL markers in biological sections)
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Duration: 30 min

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Dr. Toon Coenen

Application Specialist

Spectrally and angle-resolved cathodoluminescence, also known as energy-momentum cathodoluminescence, is a unique technique for acquiring hybrid multidimensional high-resolution angle-resolved hyperspectral datasets. Watch the webinar to learn about:

  • fundamentals of angle-resolved cathodoluminescence imaging

  • principles of energy-momentum imaging

  • possible applications in the fields of nanophotonics and materials science

Duration: 30 min

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Dr. Toon Coenen

Product Manager

Watch the webinar dedicated to studying plasmonic structures with cathodoluminescence. In this webinar, our product manager and cathodoluminescence specialist Toon Coenen explains how cathodoluminescence can be used to retrieve optical properties with the deep-subwavelength resolution, including:

  • measuring the spectral and spatial distribution of plasmon resonances in a structure with nanoscale spatial resolution,
  • measuring the angular profile to study directionality,
  • measuring the polarization of emission

Duration: 40 min

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Dr. Toon Coenen

Product Manager

Correlative light and electron microscopy


Correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) is a great technique for life science applications. Acquiring fluorescent and electron images simultaneously can be challenging, but we know how to overcome them. Watch the webinar to learn how!

 

Duration: 35 min

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Dr. Lennard Voortman

Understand integrated correlative light-electron microscopy on a deeper level. Case studies of type 1 diabetes, neuroscience and pathology demonstrate how integrated fluorescence and electron microscopy can reveal information about complicated biological samples. The webinar also covers large scale imaging using automated data acquisition and stitching. 

Duration: 35 min

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Dr. Sangeetha Hari

Application Specialist

Super-resolution (SR) optical microscopy in combination with an electron microscope is an extremely powerful tool for the nanoscale study of the complex relation between form and function in biology. Learn about the principles of SR correlative light-electron microscopy (CLEM), sample preparation for Superresolution CLEM and applications. 

 

Duration: 35 min

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Dr. Sangeetha Hari

Application Specialist

In this webinar, we talk about simultaneous imaging of the giant viruses with light and electron microscopy. Our application specialist Dr. Sangeetha Hari will focus on:

  • explanation of CLEM technique
  • brief outline of possible applications in biology
  • studying giant viruses with CLEM

Duration: 25 min

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Dr. Sangeetha Hari

Application Specialist