Workshop CorreScopy (Correlative Imaging)

CEITEC Nano together with company CorreScopy (Correlative Imaging) invite you kindly to an introduction demo focused on data correlation from various imaging techniques.

Correlative microscopy is conventionally strictly related to the correlation of the information gathered from two types of microscopes, usually: a light microscope (LM) and a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Imaging the exactly same location of the sample using various techniques has been a challenging task for many years. Many manufacturers of microscopes often offer equipment allowing such imaging using 2 or 3 techniques. However, that information is often not enough to characterize and describe the sample of interest sufficiently.

CorreScopy has created a new correlative imaging system which allows using almost any microscope and imaging technique user has access to perform correlative imaging.   

When: 3rd November 2017
Where: CEITEC Nano RI, Purkyňova 123, Bulding C, Meeting room - C2.11

If you are interested in Workshop, please send us request via email to by Thursday 2nd Nov 2017.

Program of workshop:

Friday, November 3rd, 2017:

9.00–9.45Welcome & introducing the agenda
CorreScopy presentation and short discussion
(Michał Dykas, CorreScopy)

coffee break
10.30–11.30Demo on: LM – Zeiss Axio Observer Z1
(Michał Dykas, CorreScopy, Ondřej Man, CEITEC Nano)
11.30–12.30Demo on: SEM – FEI Verios
(Michał Dykas, CorreScopy, Ondřej Man, CEITEC Nano)

13.30–14.30Demo on: ION-TOF TOF.SIMS5
(Michał Dykas, CorreScopy, Petr Bábor, CEITEC Nano)
14.30–15.30Demo on: Icon-SPM
(Michał Dykas, CorreScopy, Dalibor Šulc, CEITEC Nano)

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