Transmission electron microscopy (TEM)

The TEM team. From the left Per Erik Vullum, Ragnhild Sæterli, Bjørn Soleim, Randi Holmestad, Antonius (Ton) van Helvoort, Yanjun Li and John Walmsley. Photo: Ole Morten Melgård

The TEM research group is active in broad range of projects within the field of materials physics including nanoscale structural studies and their connection to macroscopic physical properties.

Transmission electron microscope (TEM) is a powerful technique for fundamental and applied research in the physical sciences. We study different fields from geology, metallurgy and semiconductor industry to fundamental chemistry and physics.


TEM Gemini Centre

TEM Gemini CentreThe TEM Gemini Centre consists of NTNU employees at Department of Physics (IFY), Department of Materials Science and Engineering (IMT) and employees at SINTEF, Materials and Nanotechnology.

The Norwegian Centre for Transmission Electron Microscopy (NORTEM) is a nationally coordinated initiative by the two leading Norwegian TEM groups within the physical sciences, in Trondheim and Oslo. NORTEM - the Trondheim node

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