05.10.20 bis 07.10.20
DGM course "Laboratory x-ray techniques for materials development and process control"
European Advanced Training Course
Advanced materials are increasingly enablers for high-tech products. The improved understanding of structure-property relationships of these materials is essential for their applications in many branches. Materials characterization provides the needed information about atomic structure, chemical binding and the 3D microstructure of advanced materials. Within this context, high-resolution X-ray techniques are playing an important role for the development and introduction of new technologies as well as for the integration of advanced materials into hightech products, and particularly for process control and for quality assessment. One advantage of the X-ray techniques is that they deliver – generally integral – data for bulk materials and thin films nondestructively.
Registration: Online on DGM-Website
Organization: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V., Dresden Fraunhofer Cluster Nanoanalysis