Quantum Detectors recently attended their largest international conference since 2019.
Our team have just returned from Quantum Detectors biggest international conference since 2019. Flying the team out to the Microscopy & Microanalysis 2022 conference in Portland, Oregon was a great way to kick off in-person conferences once again. With a seven strong team of our brightest scientific minds, we set out to attend the year’s largest scientific conference for electron microscopy. There we showcased our latest technological advancements to hundreds of members of the electron microscopy community. We really enjoyed meeting and interacting with so many scientists, as we shared knowledge of the field we love. There were many long awaited catch ups and in-person reunions, much information was shared and learnt.
The products we showcased included the MerlinEELS, our direct electron counting detector for EELS imaging that significantly improves the signal-to-noise ratio and frame rate of traditional EELS Detectors. We also showcased the Quantum C100 Detector which is designed specifically for 100keV electron microscopy, whilst operating on a much lower energy usage. This will allow far more institutes access to high quality, publishable data, democratising Cryo-Em.
Head of Research and Development at Quantum Detectors, Dr. Liam O’Ryan delivered a fantastic talk on the Quantum C100 to a packed audience at the M&M 2022 conference. He said: “Thank you to all involved for their extraordinary hard work to ensure this project came together. Specific mention goes to Deividas Krukauskas, Ben Marsh, Matt Hart, Craig Macwaters and Nicola Guerrini at STFC. Thank you also to Toby Starborg, Jonathan Barnard, Gwyndaf Evans, Angus Kirkland at the Rosalind Franklin Institute. Finally, thank you to Chris Russo, Greg McMullan, Richard Henderson at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. We’re excited for the next steps within this project.”
The next big conference you will find us at is the MC Darmstadt Conference in 2023. We hope to see you there!