[MSA-talk] EPMA workshop Nov 15 Penn State
KATHERINE L CRISPIN
klcrispin at psu.edu
Tue Oct 31 13:46:32 EDT 2017
I would like to draw your attention to an upcoming workshop on EPMA (Electron Probe MicroAnalysis), being held at Penn State Materials Characterization Lab on November 15 /16.
This is a workshop sponsored by both CAMECA and JEOL. They will provide an introduction to the world of electron microprobe and also cover some more advanced applications such as low keV analysis and effects of contamination. Some of these topics are also of interest to EDS users. Speakers include Peter McSwiggen and Vern Robertson.
This workshop is for anyone, and we welcome those who have zero knowledge of EPMA but might be interested in applications to your own research. EPMA is similar to EDS, but offers more elemental precision, with higher peak to background ratios and easier separation of peaks, plus low to trace level detection. It is a very complimentary technique to many other instruments, such as EDS, XRD, Raman, XPS, Auger, and more!
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided both days.
Cost is only $200 for non-Penn State attendees.
Registration can be found here: [ https://www.mri.psu.edu/materials-characterization-lab/workshops/november-15-16-2017-electron-probe-microanalysis-epma | https://www.mri.psu.edu/materials-characterization-lab/workshops/november-15-16-2017-electron-probe-microanalysis-epma ]
For further questions or inquiries, please contact Dr. Katherine L Crispin ( klcrispin at psu.edu )
Hope to see you there!
Katherine L Crispin, Ph.D.
Materials Characterization Laboratory
N005 Millennium Science Complex
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
klcrispin at psu.edu
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