TEM Gemini Centre
TEM Gemini Centre is working in Materials Physics, Materials Science and Metallurgy. We are studying a broad range of different materials on the atomic level. The main tool is the transmission electron microscope (TEM).
The research team consisting of professors, postdocs and students at Department of Physics, Department of Materials Science and Engineering (NTNU) and researchers at Department of Synthesis and Properties (SINTEF).
TEM Gemini news 2014
- 27/01: First publication with results from a NORTEM microscope (Jeol 2100) is out, see Nanoletters.
- 24/01: Professor Velimir Radmilović, University of Belgrade/Berkley National lab, give the first IFY's Friday Colloqium this year: Functional Oxide Thermoelectrics: The Case of ZnO Nanowires" in D4-132 at 14.15. On Thursday 30/01 he gives a second talk related to advanced TEM study of aluminium alloys, "aAl3(Li,Sc) Core/shell Monodisperse Nanostructures", in D4-132 at 11.15.
- 20/01: After 12 productive years the Jeol 2010F is switched off and packed for a new home.
- 16/01: The ASTAR set-up for orientation mapping is succesfully transfered to the 2100F.
- 15/01: on Wednesday 29/01 Sigurd Wenner will defend his PhD work, "Transmission electron microscopy and muon spin relaxation studies of precipitation in Al-Mg-Si alloys". The topic of his public trial lecture will be "Topological materials. A new state of matter transforming electronics?". All interested are welcome.
- 13/01: Weekly TEM lunch will start-up this Thursday. This semester they will be every Thursday in D4-132 at 12.15 to 13. All TEM users welcome. Coffee and cake served.
- 10/01: Thanks to all speakers, assistants and particpiants for a inspiring STEM workshop.