TEM Gemini Centre

TEM Gemini Centre

– Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)

 

PhD candidate Jonas Sunde with the Transmission electron microscope (TEM)

Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is a powerful technique for fundamental and applied research in the physical sciences.

TEM Gemini Centre is working within the fields of materials physics, materials science and metallurgy. We study a broad range of materials on the atomic level and the main tool is the transmission electron microscopy (TEM).

About TEM Gemini Centre

News

News

October 2020: Two new PhD students started at the TEM Gemini Centre this fall. These are Jørgen Sørhaug and Gregory Nordahl. This is good, since three PhDs finished in August-September. These were Jonas K. Sunde, Adrian Lervik and Aleksander B. Mosberg

           

May 2020: Kavli prize to electron microscopy! Randi wrote a blog post

April 2020: University Hub from NORDFORSK granted! (with 7 Nordic TEM labs (Lindköping, Chalmers, Stockholm, DTU, Alto, UiO and NTNU)  More to come!  

April 2020: Magnus Nord started as an associate professor in our group! 

March 2020: Annual report for 2019 available (PDF)

March 2020: New project students are welcome to join the TEM group from fall 2020! 

 

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