In Situ Workshop – 7-8 July 2017, Manchester
Learn about in situ research at Protochips’ In Situ Workshop at the University of Manchester on 7-8 July 2017.
In Situ Workshop
The workshop gives you a unique opportunity for hands-on experience of in situ in gas and liquid environments. Leading researchers from industry and academia will present their latest research. There will be three simultaneous tracks of live demonstrations on:
- Heating and thermal electrical studies
- Liquid and electrochemistry studies
- Gas with pressure and heating studies
You will have the unique opportunity to learn about and experience all three modes of in situ research. Find out all about new capabilities in research that represent the future of in situ.
Thursday 6th July 2017
- 6:30pm – Welcome and dinner
Friday 7th July 2017
- 9:00am – Registration
- 9:30 – 11:30am – Talks
- 1:00 – 5:15pm – Live demonstrations on the Poseidon Liquid Cell, Atmosphere Gas Cell and Poseidon Liquid Heating
- 18:30 – Dinner
Saturday 8th July 2017
- 9:00am – 12:00 – Protochips User Meeting
- 12:00 – 13:30pm – Lunch
The workshop is free to attend, but spaces are limited. Register online on Protochips’ website to reserve your place.
In Situ Systems
You will have the opportunity to see these three instruments in action, and see the results for yourself. Blue Scientific is the official UK distributor for Protochips; if you have any questions please get in touch.
Heating and electrical biasing system
- Characterise your samples at high temperatures, with simultaneous electrical biasing.
- Observe your samples under real-world conditions at atomic resolution.
- Minimal displacement and drift up to 1200°C.
- Atomic resolution at temperatures up to 1000°C.
- Pressures up to one atmosphere, or 760 Torr.
- Dynamic environments with changing temperatures and pressures, in flowing and static gas.
Liquid, heating and electrochemistry system
- True in situ quantitative electrochemistry: resolve small currents while imaging and collecting data.
- Heat liquids directly in the TEM, up to 100°C.
- True EDS elemental analysis with a TEM.