ESTEEM3 Final event
The Final Infoday of the ESTEEM3 project was held on May 31, 2023 in Paris, France
Partners of ESTEEM3, members of ESTEEM3 External Advisory Board, TNA Users as well as external participants coming from academica and industry convened either in person at the Loft des Écluses in Paris or remotely via Teams to learn more about the project's significant achievements.
ESTEEM3 Final Video.
ESTEEM3 Final video has been published on the ESTEEM3 website!
This video highlights the main achievements of the project and was for the first time displayed at the ESTEEM3 Final Infoday which took day on 31th May 2023.
ESTEEM3 interviews : Miran CEH from Jožef Stefan Institute.
Miran CEH is the head of the Center for Electron Microscopy at Jozef Stefan Institute. Within ESTEEM3 project, he is the leader of the workpackages 1, 2 and 3.
In this interview, Miran CEH will explain his background, his role, and his views about ESTEEM3.
Live Update: The ESTEEM3 Final Event is in full swing, showcasing the remarkable contributions of the EU-funded project to the field of Electron Microscopy!
✨ Join us remotely and immerse yourself in an extraordinary opportunity to explore groundbreaking research and discoveries in electron microscopy and materials science. Don't miss this chance to connect with the brightest minds in the field and stay up-to-date with the latest developments!Agenda [PDF, 660.13 KB, not barrierefree]
ESTEEM3 Final Event is taking place this week!
Join us for the ESTEEM3 Final Infoday, as we conclude this remarkable project.
The project consortium cordially invites you to attend the event on Wednesday, 31st May 2023, from 09:00 to 16:00 CEST. You have the option to join us in person at the Loft des Écluses, located at 159 Quai de Valmy in Paris, or participate remotely via Teams. Secure your spot by registering here!Agenda - ESTEEM3 Final event [PDF, 660.13 KB, not barrierefree]
Advancements in Precision Estimation for TEM Experiments
Modern Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) instruments have revolutionized our ability to observe the nanoscale world. Yet, for the next leap in quantitative measurements, we need improved accuracy, precision, and reproducibility. In the deliverable 4.6 - Report on evaluation of precision estimates for TEM experiments, we delve into the strides made in ESTEEM3, focusing on the estimation of precision and accuracy in TEM measurements.Deliverable 4.6 - Report on evaluation of precision estimates for TEM experiments [PDF, 1.44 MB, not barrierefree]
Deliverable 4.3 - Report on comparison of precision versus dose for imaging and diffraction methods
Understanding the behavior of materials under electron microscopy is a cornerstone in advancing scientific research. But what happens when the very method used for observation causes damage to the subject of study? Here's a rundown on the latest developments which are highlighted in the Deliverable 4.3 - Report on comparison of precision versus dose for imaging and diffraction methods.D4.3 Report on comparison of precision versus dose for imaging and diffraction methods [PDF, 1.1 MB, not barrierefree]
Deliverable 5.3 - Report on quantitative chemical atomic resolution mapping (Unveiling the Future of Precise Atomic-Level Analysis)
The ability to identify the precise location and type of atoms and understand how they bond is crucial in modern material analysis. As it is the chemical compositions and atomic structural arrangements that ultimately drive the properties and functionalities of materials, we need reliable pathways to explore elemental occurrences quantitatively. This article summarizes the deliverable 5.3 which reviews these issues.D5.3 Report on quantitative chemical atomic resolution mapping [PDF, 6.09 MB, not barrierefree]
Optimizing FE(I)BID Ohmic Contacts for In-Situ Biasing Experiments in TEM
In the framework of the ESTEEM3 project, we've developed protocols to prepare specimens suitable for in-situ biasing experiments on thin films or devices. This article focusses on the Deliverable 6.4 - Report on protocols for achieving low resistive FE(I)BID Ohmic contacts and presents the progress made towards achieving low resistive Focused Electron/Ion Beam Induced Deposition (FE(I)BID) Ohmic contacts, an essential part of this protocol.
Deliverable 6.4 - Report on protocols for achieving low resistive FE(I)BID Ohmic contacts [PDF, 1.24 MB, not barrierefree]
ESTEEM3 FINAL INFODAY : Only three weeks to go!
As ESTEEM3 project is coming to an end, the project consortium invites you to its Final Infoday on Wednesday 31st May 2023, from 09:00 to 16:00 CEST at the Loft des Écluses, 159 Quai de Valmy, Paris or remotely via Teams. Register here!Agenda - ESTEEM3 Final event [PDF, 660.13 KB, not barrierefree]