In these video interviews, learn about the use of confocal microscopy in material sciences, discover more about how ZEISS microscopy is being used in nanomaterial research, and find out about the development of complex 3D nano-structures.
Professor Silke Christiansen, Professor at Frei University in Berlin, discusses her research at Helmholtz Center for Materials and Energy into nanomaterials for solar cells and energy storage. She is studying new ways of converting solar energy into other forms of energy as well as storing energy in an efficient way.
In this webinar, Sabine Lenz discusses using confocal microscopy in materials science with Torben Wulff from ZEISS Microscopy, giving examples of applications and the different microscopes used.
In this presentation, Professor Silke Christiansen, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie (HZB), discusses her research into the development of energy efficient materials with complex 3D nano-structures. Hear how her lab is collaborating with ZEISS microscopy to create innovative solutions combining correlative microscopy and spectroscopy for the detailed analysis organic and inorganic materials. Professor Christiansen demonstrates the benefits of this technique for the analysis of human bone and other medical samples.
Dr Uros Krzic, application consultant at Carl ZEISS Microscopy GmbH, describes how the ZEISS Airyscan with fast acquisition mode facilitates sensitive, high resolution confocal microscopy that is ideal for imaging transient events.