Inolytix, PSI (Paul Scherrer Institute) and Novitom join forces to showcase possibilities of high-performance tomography - including tour through PSI
Visualization in 3D for new insights
Sometimes a good visualization helps to understand the problem. Like an x-ray image or even much better: like an MRI scan - a 3D image of a human brain or a tumor in an organ.
In material science, today's micro- and nanotomography goes a step further in terms of resolution. 3-dimensional structures below one micrometer and even in the nanometer range are possible. The beam lines of the Paul-Scherrer-Institut (PSI) at the Swiss Light Source (SLS) take advantage of extremely coherent x-ray sources and high energy levels. As part of the ETH-Zürich, this federal institute has all the capabilities to produce not only high resolution images, but also high speed images if required.
Easy access for the Industry
Inolytix is committed to make the use of valuable and innovative analytical techniques as easy as possible for industrial customers. The need of the industry is discussed and translated into actual measurement plans together with the academic researcher. And not only this.
The best visualization requires excellent software and the experience to quantify for example pores and coatings in a stack of many hundreds of images for a full 3D analysis. That is the reason, why we work together with Novitom, a small industry-oriented company in Grenoble, France, with just the right skills for excellent interpretations.
Discover the possibilities of Micro and Nanotomography on 7th November 2019
You can learn more about the possibilities of Micro and Nano Tomography and 3D imaging at this symposium. It will be held at the PSI in Villigen, where you will visit the SLS and see different analytical methods for 3D analysis and 3D imaging.
When you have questions about your 3D properties, e.g. the inner properties of 3D printed materials, foams or aerogels, cements, ceramics, catalysts or batteries, this symposium will provide you with answers.
Date: 7 November 2019
Time: 13:00 - 17:00
Location: PSI, Forschungsstrasse 111, 5232 Villigen
When you click on the 'Register' button below, you will see the detailed program.