Tag Archives: Fall 2015

ACMAL Seminar: Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy and Material Science

ACMAL – Applied Chemical & Morphological Analysis Laboratory

SEMINAR

Wednesday, October 14, 2015
11:00 – 12:00 Noon
M&M 610

Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy and Material Science
Steve Ricchio
Laser Scanning Microscopy Specialist
Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas

Abstract

Laser scanning confocal microscopes are essential and ubiquitous tools for biological and biomedical sciences. However, modern laser scanning confocal microscopes have a number of advantages for the study of materials as well. Materials applications include high resolution reflected and transmitted light microscopy as well as photo-stimulated luminescence, pseudo-infinite depth of field imaging and spectral deconvolution. I will discuss these capabilities that make the laser scanning confocal microscope a versatile addition to the materials science toolkit.

Refreshments will be served.


MSE Seminar: 3D cauliflower-fungus-like graphene as a highly efficient counter electrode material for dye-sensitized solar cells

MSE Seminar

The next Materials, Science and Engineering Seminar will take place from 11 a.m. to noon tomorrow in Seminar Room 610 of the M&M Building.

PhD candidate Wei Wei will present, “3D cauliflower-fungus-like graphene as a highly efficient counter electrode material for dye-sensitized solar cells.” Yun Hang Hu (MSE) is the advisor.