Welcome to Nanotalks!

Nanotalks brings the TEM community to the comfort of your personal computer with researchers and industry experts presenting their most recent work and techniques. To learn from some of the best or network with researchers in your field, Nanotalks shares the latest in-situ knowledge to build a global community of in-situ TEM researchers.

4D Liquid Phase TEM of Soft Organic Materials

Dr. Lorena Ruiz-Perez
Molecular Bionics lab
University College London, UK

Direct Observation of Pharmaceutical Crystal Growth via Liquid Phase Electron Microscopy

Dr. Jennifer Cookman
University of Limerick

Discover how in-situ TEM enables progress in Fe-based heterogeneous catalysis research

Dr. Xi Liu
School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

New FIB lamella preparation process for in situ TEM

Dr. Yevheniy (Gin) Pivak
Delft, The Netherlands

Multi-scale in situ observation of catalyst dynamics under reactive conditions

Dr. Marc-Georg Willinger
Scientific Center for Optical and Electron Microscopy (ScopeM)
ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Discover how In Situ TEM advances catalysis research

Ronald Marx & Dr. Dan Zhou
Delft, The Netherlands

Controlled in-situ
growth of copper

Dr. Hongyu Sun
Delft, The Netherlands

In Situ Study of Thermal Degradation of Perovskite-based Solar Cells

Dr. Giorgio Divitini
University of Cambridge
Cambridge, United Kingdom
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Quantification of Atomic Vibrations in Mono-Layer Graphene

Dr. Christopher Allen
University of Oxford
Oxford, United Kingdom
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Introducing an Easier and Reliable Method to Prepare and Transfer Fibbed Lamellas

Dr. Hugo Perez
Delft, The Netherlands
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In Situ TEM as a Powerful Tool for Studying a Domain Evolution in Piezoceramics

Drs. Marina Zakhozheva
Technical University Darmstadt
Darmstadt, Germany
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Environmental TEM in the In Situ Toolbox for Materials Science

Prof. Jakob Wagner
Technical University of Denmark
Copenhagen, Denmark
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