Register for our webinar on characterization of conductive and magnetic nanostructures by correlative in-situ AFM and SEM via the link below!
Make sure to check out the latest AFSEM paper! Its topic is coloration of a copper surface by nanostructuring with femtosecond laser pulses. The AFM measurements were performed with the AFSEM at USTEM in Vienna.
Have you read the latest AFSEM paper? It tells you all about how our AFSEM was integrated into a Helium Ion Microscopy and which interesting experiment was made possible by this unique setup.
Unfortunately this year’s ASEM workshop was cancelled. We hope that soon we will be able to tell you all about AFSEM and its unique applications in person, but for now please have a look at our webinar and many more interesting videos on our Youtube Channel.
Meet GETec at the MRS fall meeting in Boston!
At 4:30 PM on December 3rd Chris Schwalb will be giving a talk on “In-Situ Correlative Analysis of Ion-Beam Treated Nanostructure by Combination of AFM and FIB”. Find the Abstract here!
Furthermore, please feel free to visit us at the booths of Angstrom Scientific and Quantum Design to learn more about our unique in-situ correlative AFM.
Since we would love to show you how AFSEM can benefit your application.
Visit us at the microscopy conference in Berlin, Germany!
At the booth of Quantum Design Europe you can learn more about the AFSEM®. Moreover, we would like to show you how it can benefit your application.
We are more than happy to announce that Jürgen Schlütter joins GETec Microscopy as our new CEO.
Meet GETec at the Microscopy and Microanalysis conference in Portland between the 4th and 8th of August. GETec’s Stefan Hummel will be present to answer all the questions you might have about AFSEM.
Make sure to visit us at the Qunatum Design booth to find out how our product can benefit your application!
GETec will be attending the 16th Meeting of the French Microscopy Society in Poitiers, France. GETec’s Pinar Frank will be giving a talk on correlative in-situ analysis by combination of AFM, SEM, and FIB. In addition, it will be the perfect opportunity to learn more about the unique properties of AFSEM.
We proudly announce that we have joined forces with Quantum Design International.
“By joining forces, Quantum Design and GETec will significantly increase our combined footprint in the nanotechnology space. GETec’s leading Atomic Force Microscopy in SEM technology nicely complements Quantum Design’s strong position in materials property characterization instrumentation and optics,” stated Jerry Daviess, Chief Executive Officer for Quantum Design International.
“We here at GETec are very excited about the new opportunities available to us through this acquisition,” replied Dr. Ernest Fantner, CEO and Managing Director of GETec. “We look forward to working with Quantum Design on future endeavors. Their strong sales and support presence around the world in so many countries will allow our products to reach the scientists who would like to use them for their microscopy research.”
Furthermore, to highlight GETec’s affiliation with Quantum Design International a new logo has been released.