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We are proud that the Alumni Symposium & Reunion of AG Electron Microscopy & Institute of Micro- and Nanostructure Research took place on 24th June 2022 and that so many alumni participated and made it a memorable event. Erdmann Spiecker and Mingjian Wu presented 14 years of Materials Micros...

Crystals are not necessarily hard and resistant but also occur in soft matter when weakly bound molecules arrange in a regular order. Such organic crystals are widespread in pharmaceuticals products, but also occur as tiny nanocrystals in the active layer of organic solar cells. Here, the organic na...

We are proud to announce that our new transmission electron microscope (TEM) Thermo Fisher Scientific (TFS) Spectra 200 is now open for user access within the user facility of CENEM. The state-of-the-art TFS Spectra 200 provides high-resolution imaging (probe-corrector for STEM imaging) down to the...

In situ TEM investigations in environmental conditions are a powerful approach to analyze materials for catalysis, especially if you utilize dedicated MEMS heating systems to operate at elevated temperatures. However, how can we be certain that the heating devices achieve the required temperature at...

The PhD defense of Ms. Christina Harreiß took place on 25. Jan. 2022, partly virtual (online) due to the current regulations. With her systematic work “Microscopic study on the nanomorphology, crystallinity, texture, and efficiency of organic solar cells“, she has been awarded the title Dr.-Ing. Con...

The PhD defence of Mr. Janis Wirth took place on 22. Dec. 2021, partly virtual (online) due to the current regulations. With his comprehensive work “Scale-bridging correlative 3D microscopy methods to unravel the complex 3D microstructure of porous materials“, he has been awarded the title Dr.-Ing. ...