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03 May, 2016
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Quantum Detectors is collaborating with the University of Glasgow to build a comprehensive support system for Merlin which will be compatible with all major brands of electron microscope. A prototype system is already in regular use at the Kelvin Nanocharacterisation Centre at the University. Further details of the development will be posted here as they arise. […]

Quantum Detectors is collaborating with the University of Glasgow to build a comprehensive support system for Merlin which will be compatible with all major brands of electron microscope.

A prototype system is already in regular use at the Kelvin Nanocharacterisation Centre at the University. Further details of the development will be posted here as they arise.

 

STEM Medipix Merlin Quantum Detectors

STEM Medipix Merlin detector from Quantum Detectors

Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope (STEM) Medipix Merlin detector from Quantum Detectors with mount for Jeol, FEI, Hitachi microscopes and Gatan “block” attached.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University Of Glasgow

Kelvin Nanocharacterisation Centre

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Bibliography of Medipix/MERLIN related publications and talks:

Glasgow Medipix / Merlin paper makes the cover of Ultramicroscopy

Glasgow Medipix / Merlin paper makes the cover of Ultramicroscopy: This image was published in Ultramicroscopy, 165, Krajnak, M., McGrouther, D., Maneuski, D., O’Shea, V., and McVitie, S., Copyright Elsevier 2016. Permission was kindly given for Quantum Detectors to republish this image, May 2016. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03043991

Publications – Current Medipix 3RX / MERLIN STEM work:

Pixelated detectors and improved efficiency for magnetic imaging in STEM differential phase contrast

Matus Krajnak, Damien McGrouther, Dzmitry Maneuski, Val O’Shea, Stephen McVitie

Ultramicroscopy 165, 42–50 (2016)

Publications – Past Medipix 2 STEM work from Glasgow:

Medipix2 as a highly flexible scanning/imaging detector for transmission electron microscopy

  1. Mac Raighne, G.V. Fernandez, D. Maneuski, D. McGrouther and V. O’Shea,

Journal of Instrumentation 6, C01047 (2011)

Medipix2/Timepix detector for time resolved Transmission Electron Microscopy

  1. Beacham,1 A. Mac Raighne, D. Maneuski, V. O’Shea, S. McVitie and D. McGrouther

Journal of Instrumentation 6, C12052 (2011)

 

STEM Conference Abstracts:

Microscopy & Microanalysis 2016 (submitted):

Developing Rapid and Advanced Visualisation of Magnetic Structures Using 2-D Pixelated Detectors

Magnus Nord, Matus Krajnak, Rantej Bali, Gregor Hlawacek, Vico Liersch, Jürgen Fassbender, Stephen McVitie, Gary W. Paterson, Ian Maclaren, Damien McGrouther

 

Microscopy & Microanalysis 2016 (submitted):

Imaging of patterned ferromagnetism in Ne+ irradiated FeAl thin films by advanced Lorentz TEM

microscopy

Magnus Nord, Matus Krajnak, Rantej Bali, Gregor Hlawacek, Vico Liersch, Jürgen Fassbender, Stephen McVitie, Damien McGrouther

 

EMC 2016 (submitted):

Advanced imaging with pixelated STEM detectors: 3D structure

Magnus Nord, Andrew Ross, Ingrid Hallsteinsen, Thomas Tybell, Juri Barthel and Ian

MacLaren

 

EMC 2016 (submitted):

Characterisation of the Medipix3 detector for electron imaging

J.A. Mir, R. Clough, R. MacInnes, C. Gough, R. Plackett, H. Sawada, I. MacLaren, D. Maneuski, V. O’Shea, D. McGrouther, A.I. Kirkland,

 

JEMS2016 (submitted):

Imaging of patterned ferromagnetism in Ne+ irradiated FeAl thin films by advanced Lorentz TEM

microscopy

Magnus Nord, Matus Krajnak, Rantej Bali, Gregor Hlawacek, Vico Liersch2, Jürgen Fassbender, Stephen McVitie, Damien McGrouther

 

 

Talks:

MRS Spring 2016 (accepted):

New Adventures in STEM Imaging with Pixelated Detectors,

Ian MacLaren; Magnus Nord; Gary Paterson; Damien McGrouther; Hao Yang; Lewys Jones; Peter D Nellist

https://mrsspring.zerista.com/event/member/241719

 

EMAG2016 (accepted):

Realising fast two-dimensional pixelated STEM detectors

Magnus Nord, Gary W. Paterson, Damien McGrouther, Ian MacLaren

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