Bone trabecula imaged at sub-micron resolution using X-ray microscopy (Zeiss Versa 520)’
Get More Information From Your Materials – Correlating Light, X-ray & Electron Microscopy with ZEISS 2 – 3 May 2018, University of Portsmouth
ZEISS and the University of Portsmouth are proud to host this joint workshop on Correlative Microscopy – LM, XRM and SEM. The Health and Wellbeing theme, alongside Dr Gianluca Tozzi ,would like to invite you to this exciting event.
The workshop consists of scientific talks in the morning and instrument workshops in the afternoon, covering biological, materials and geosciences topics.
Participants are also welcome to present posters showing their own scientific work relevant to the imaging techniques covered in this workshop.
Dr Gianluca Tozzi- ‘the workshop will showcase the latest research advancement in confocal, X-ray and electron microscopy applied to different fields, including bioengineering and biomaterials science.’
- Prof Phil Withers, School of Materials, University of Manchester
- Dr Gianluca Tozzi, School of Engineering, University of Portsmouth
- Dr James Darling, School of Earth Sciences, University of Portsmouth
- Dr Mohsen Seifi, School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Portsmouth
- Dr Eric Hummel, Life Sciences, Carl Zeiss Microscopy
- Stefanie Freitag, Material Sciences, Carl Zeiss Microscopy
- Dr Matthew Andrew, Oil and Gas Technology, Carl Zeiss X-ray Microscopy
- Dr Maria Hariolaki, Diamond Synchrotron Centre Beamline B24, Harwell
The University of Portsmouth offers a suite of cutting edge imaging tools – from light microscopes to confocal laser scanning microscopy, X-ray microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. The University is therefore optimally positioned to enable researchers to analyse a wide range of materials from the nano to micro scale.
Further information and bookings
You can find full details and register your interest here