FACTS is launching a series of short courses with the intention to give all users some introduction to the various electron microscopy and X-Ray diffraction (EMXRD) techniques offered in FACTS.
These courses aim to provide both current and potential users a platform to explore the capabilities available in FACTS. They should provide some fundamental understanding of common EMXRD techniques. The attendees can also learn how these techniques can be used in their research, in particular for chemical, structural and morphological analysis of materials.
These courses are recommended as a bridging course for new post-graduate students or staff who are new to materials characterization; or anyone who needs refresher course in EMXRD techniques.
Short courses for 2019 (more details to follow):
- Introduction and advanced topics on Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)
- Advanced topics on X-ray diffraction techniques and analysis
- Introduction to Small Angle X-ray Scattering
Past FACTS Short courses.pdf
Available short course slides:
FACTS SEM bridging course 2018 (for users).pdf
FACTS Introduction to X-ray Diffraction Oct 10th 2017 by Dr Samuel Morris.pptx
Short Course Thin film XRD GIXRD RSA Buenconsejo 2019.pdf