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"It is an excellent program and it is very clear how much work has been dedicated to put it together with so much talent. Thank you for all your work to make sure we had a top class event in every aspect, class, lab, dorms, and food."  
- From 2013 participant
 
   
   
       

All courses will run and there is still time to register for all courses
(including the advanced courses).

 
 

Textbooks and Course Materials

As a participant you will receive your own copy of one of the textbooks authored by the course lecturers:

Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-ray Microanalysis, 3rd edition (2003), Kluwer/Springer Publishers, New York

Advanced Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-ray Microanalysis (1986), Kluwer/Plenum Publishers, New York

Transmission Electron Microscopy: A Textbook for Materials Science, 2nd Edition (2009), Kluwer/Springer Publishers, New York

Introduction to Focused Ion Beam: Instrumentation, Theory, Techniques, and Practice (2005) (eds. L.A. Giannuzzi and F. A. Stevie) Springer, New York

A link to a website containing exclusive imaging and analysis software.

A notebook containing course notes of PowerPoint slides presented by the lecturers. A laboratory workbook authored by the course lecturers.

The Lehigh Microscopy School is supported by the suppliers of the following software that is used in the School:

Electron Flight Simulator (Monte Carlo calculations) Demo

MeX (3D image analysis) Demo

ACT (automatic diffraction in the TEM)

NIST DTSA II (Desktop Spectrum Analyzer)

NISTZAF and TRYZAF (Quantitative Electron Probe Microanalysis Data Correction Software) , John Armstrong (e-mail: AaesJTA@aol.com)

SRIM (Ion Penetration Simulation)

Win Xray (X-ray Analysis)

CASINO (Monte Carlo)

Image J (Image Processing)

CalcZAF (EPMA calculation and modeling utility)


 

Textbooks written by course lecturers

       
 
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