An in-depth look at fuel cell research to learn how to improve your sample imaging through a precise preparation workflow for EM imaging. A team of experts from ZSB Ulm and Leica Microsystems will guide you through a workflow that combines mechanical precision preparation with ion beam milling processing.
Using the Leica EM TXP, TIC 3X, ACE600 and VCT500, the event will demonstrate how to prepare samples for fuel cell research, resulting in high-quality EM images. Tthe workshop will cover various topics related to sample preparation for fuel cell research, including cross-sectioning and flat milling with ion milling for applications in the energy and automotive industries. Additionally, it will discuss ion milling techniques for temperature-sensitive samples, such as those found in the polymer and chemistry industries, and in particular ZSB scientists will share details of their cross-sectioning methods for Metal Bipolar Plates and Catalyst Combined Membranes (CCMs).
Designed for EM users of all levels, this interactive online workshop provides practical tips and tricks for sample preparation, as well as a Q&A session with our specialists.
- Florian Wilhelm, Group Leader Simulation & Characterizing, Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
- Fabian Regnet, Electron Microscopy Specialist, Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg
- Ildiko Lüdeking, Electron Microscopy Specialist, Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg
- Thomas Pfeifer, Advanced Workflow Specialist, Leica Microsystems