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Cathodoluminescence fundamentals: cathodoluminescence imaging for geological materials

About this webinar

Cathodoluminescence imaging (CL) is becoming an increasingly important technique for people working in the field of geology, as it can be used to understand the composition and formation of geological materials, such as sedimentary rocks and zircons. That’s why we’re bringing you the 4th session of the CL webinar series – Cathodoluminescence Fundamentals, which will be dedicated to what CL can do for your geological materials.

This webinar will dive into how CL enables fast and high resolution imaging of large areas. The discussion will primarily focus on imaging and analysis techniques for the characterization of zircons and sedimentary rocks. Join our application specialist Dr. Sangeetha Hari to learn how this powerful technique can benefit your research!

As promised, in the last two sessions we will discuss new applications and new technical developments of CL, thereby we are excited to share the two upcoming topics with you:

  • 5th session: Cathodoluminescence imaging for semiconductors (September)
  • 6th session: Correlative Cathodoluminescence Electron Microscopy (CCLEM) (October)

If you would like to register for the whole series, please fill in the form on our website. You will then receive an access link for each webinar session once it is available. If you have already registered for the whole series, you will automatically receive the access link for this session soon.

Hosted by

  • Team member
    JL T
    Jingyue Liu Marketing associate @ Delmic B.V.

  • Guest speaker
    Sangeeha Hari

  • Team member
    Vera Lanskaya Marketing Coordinator @ Delmic


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