CNRS training: Elemental microanalysis of solids by electron microprobe

08:00 - 18:00
C6 and C7 Buildings, Campus cité scientifique

For the second year in a row, the CNRS training "Elemental microanalysis of solids by electron microprobe" took place within UMET, from October 5 to 7, 2020. This training uses the equipment of electron microscopy platform of the Chevreul Federation: the Cameca SX100 microprobe located at building C7 and the MEB JEOL JSM7800F located at C6. The training began this year with 2 trainees from CNRS and Saint-Gobain Recherche.

The speakers of this training are Hugues Leroux for the course on "electron/matter interactions", Ahmed Addad and Alexandre Fadel for the "analysis by EDX spectrometry" experimental part and Séverine Bellayer for the "electron microprobe analysis" experimental part.

For more information:

Contact: internship manager: Séverine Bellayer (severine.bellayer[chez]centralelille[point]fr)

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