SALVE project successfully completed.

The development of a Cc/Cs-corrected low voltage electron microscope within the SALVE project has been successfully completed. Ulm University informed about their final acceptance of the instrument in a press release, containing detailed informations about the performance of the instrument.

Harald Rose Prize awarded.

Last Novemeber this prize for outstanding master theses in the field of Imaging and Analytical Methods, Applied Physics, Material Science or Chemistry with relation to Electron Microscopy, endowed by CEOS, has been awarded for the first time. Daniel Ohl de Mello received the prize for his master thesis "Experimental demonstration of 100+ qubit registers and fast atom transport". Details about the award ceremony can be found here.

Two prices in one month

Within one month Max. Haider has been awarded with two more renowned prices. On July 1st he received the Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Microscopical Society and on July 14th he received the NIMS Award 2015.

A new era of Electron Microscopy:

Atomic resolution imaging and measurement

Seventy-five years after its invention, transmission electron microscopy has taken a great step forward with the introduction of aberration-corrected electron optics.

Prof. Knut Urban
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The key components for this progress are CEOS's aberration correctors.

CEOS, founded in 1996 by Maximilian Haider and Joachim Zach, is concentrating on research, development and production of advanced optical components for electron microscopes.
These include correctors for spherical, chromatic and coma-type aberrations and monochromators.

The company meanwhile has become the world's leading manufacturer of correctors for electron microscopes.

Explore the world of picometer scale microscopy by visiting our web pages.

If you want further information concerning the principles of electron microscopy don't hesitate to consult the basics!