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Publication in Nature Materials

Researchers from the institute reveal atomic-scale diffusion processes using the ASTEM Diffusion-defining atomic-scale spinodal decomposition within nanoprecipitates Stoichiometric precipitates owe

Stellenausschreibung

  1 Stelle einer/eines Universitätsassistentin/Universitätsassistenten für 3 Jahre, 40 Stunden/Woche, voraussichtlich ab 1. Jänner 2019, am Institut für Elektronen-mikroskopie und

Prof. Ray Egerton visits FELMI-ZFE

Last Friday we were very happy to welcome professor emeritus Raymond Egerton who gave an impressive talk about „Spatial Resolution of Low-Loss EELS“. Our institute is maintaining a very

Woodstockenboi

Woodkstockenboi is a small but intriguing music and cultural festival organised every year in Carinthia close to the lake Weißensee. We are happy to participate at the festival with a small electron

New System

Yesterday the ELMINet Kick-off-Meeting took place. ELMINet is short for Electron Microscopy Network. It is a joint initiative of three universities to unite their expertise in the field of

Seeing with electrons

ForumAkademie 39: Seeing with electrons – Mit Elektronen sieht man besser Our head of the institute Prof. Ferdinand Hofer gave a lecture about electron microscopy in the assembly hall of Graz

Christian Doppler Laboratory

On Wednesday, 25th April 2018 three Christian Doppler Laboratories were officially opened under the auspices of rector Harald Kainz in the assembly hall of Graz University of Technology. We are

ACR study trip to Finland

Once a year the Austrian Cooperative Research (ACR) organises a study trip in order to broaden one’s horizon, to discover new possibilities for innovation and to strengthen the international

Fritz-Grasenick-Award goes to Robert Winkler

The Austrian Society for Electron Microscopy (ASEM) awards the Fritz-Grasenick-Award to young scientists in the field of electron microscopy since 2007. This year Dr. Robert Winkler was awarded at

Peter Pölt Symposium

When one of your oldest collegues is near his well-deserved retirement it is reason enough to organise a surprise symposium to highlight his collaborations, research interests and professional

Large Area Mapping

In comparison to standard elemental maps the large area mapping function of our new high-end EDX-Detector Oxford X-Max (attached to our new Zeiss Sigma 300) enables the acquisition of large sample

Cryo-Electron Microscopy and Tomography

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Plitzko Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany What? Physics Colloquium Where? Lecture Hall P2, Petersgasse 16, Technische Universität Graz When? Tuesday, 23

Calendar 2018

Are you looking for a special Christmas gift? Scanning Electron Microscopy reveals secrets of pollen and shows us hidden beauties we haven’t seen so far: from the sunflower to the passion

Silicon Alps Spotlight 23.01.2018

Silicon Alps is an Austrian technology and innovation cluster for electronic based systems. The Silicon Alps Electronic Cluster is a public-private partnership that brings together Austrian players

ACR Woman Award 2017

Evelin Fisslthaler has been a team member since 2009. Born in Salzburg, she earned her PhD in physics at the Graz University of Technology. After graduating she worked for the NanoTechCenter Weiz

Three-Dimensional Nano-printing using FEBID

Dr. Jason Fowlkes Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA What? Physics Colloquium Where? Hörsaal P2, Petersgasse 16, Technische Universität Graz When? Tuesday, 31 October 17:15, 16:50 meet

Cryo Transmission Electron Microscopy

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017 to: Jacques Dubochet, University of Lausanne, Switzerland; Joachim Frank, Columbia University, New York,

Fungi and Electron Microscopy

More than 1000 fungi are currently presented in the exhibition „Fungi: Food, Poison and Mythology“ by the Museum Wiesbaden. But what does this have to do with electron microscopy?

1st EuFN Workshop in Graz

1st EuFN Workshop in Graz July 4th–5th 2017 Following 11 highly successful D-A-CH FIB workshops, the 1st EuFN Workshop was held from July 4th – July 5th 2017 in Graz, Austria. The workshop

Christian Joins TEM Team

Starting April 1st, Dr. Christian Rossner joins our work group around Prof. Gerald Kothleitner focusing on analytical high resolution TEM. In the course of his research project Christian concentrates

Workshop: the New World for in situ Applications

FELMI-ZFE is hosting a workshop dealing with new in situ applications organised by Gatan. The New World for In-situ Applications Workshop 26th April 2017 FELMI-ZFE Steyrergasse 17 8010 Graz 9:00 9:10

ACR study trip to Israel

Once a year the Austrian Cooperative Research organises a study trip in order to broaden one’s horizon, to discover new possibilities for innovation and to strengthen the internationl research

Cover Page Designed by Robert Winkler

The journal ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces chose Robert Winkler’s contribution to decorate the cover of the March 2017 volume 9 / issue 9 and 10.  ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces is

Fritz Grasenick Prize Goes to Georg Haberfehlner

The Austrian Society for Electron Microscopy (ASEM) awards the Fritz Grasenick Prize to young scientists in the field of electron microscopy since 2007. This year Dr. Georg Haberfehlner was awarded

Professor Helen Chan at FELMI-ZFE

Breaking News 16 January 2017 Novel Applications of Redox Reactions in Metal Ceramic Systems Helen M. Chan Fulbright Visiting Prof. (FELMI-TUG) and Dept. Materials Science & Engineering, Lehigh

Workshop 65 Years Electron Microscopy at Graz

The workshop presenting highlights and recent developments in electron microscopy was received with much interest and attention. Some 80 participants listened to seven different presentations. Prof.

65 Years Electron Microscopy at Graz

In 1949 an industrial donation of 100,000 Schilling was the financial basis of the first electron microscope at the former “Technische Hochschule”, today’s Graz University of Technology. Two

Innovation Agent

April 2016 SMEs usually have to face manifold challenges, be it: customer relations, production, marketing, resources etc. No wonder innovation is not amongst the first challenges to be addressed.

Congratulations to Jakob Schaller

April 2016   Jakob Schaller started his apprenticeship in our chemical lab at FELMI 3,5 years ago. He showed a lot of interest and passed his exams including the general qualification for

Wolf Prize Winner Harald Rose at FELMI-ZFE

March 2016 Rose (born 14th February 1935 in Bremen) received in 1964 his physics Diplom in theoretical electron optics under Otto Scherzer at the Technical University of Darmstadt. He spent several

FEBIP 2016 in Vienna

During the last decade, Focused Electron Beam Induced Processing (FEBIP) has developed from a flexible bottom-up and top-down nano-fabrication method into a versatile 3D nano-printing tool which