Euclid’s Chief Innovation Officer, Dr. Darrin Leonhardt presented an invited talk at the Microscopy and Microanalysis Conference (Portland, OR) in the Imaging Chemical Reactions using High Speed Electron Microscopy (EM) symposia. The talk entitled, “Advancements in UltraFast Electron Microscopy,” discussed in depth the latest developments in laser-free transmission electron microscopy with picosecond-level time resolution that enables the continually growing applications in life sciences, semiconductor and materials science.
From one of the premier conferences in electron microscopy, “With today’s reniassance in TEM, researchers regularly achieve insights that were previously thought to be unattainable. Complex techniques previously considered too specialized for most users have become more accessible, enabling breakthroughs in high tech fields. From ultrafast time resolution to precise dose control by the electron beam, uncompromised beam quality can be achieved to provide optimal performance.”