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The NanoMi Project

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NanoMi is a project directed by NRC -Nano, a National Research Council of Canada laboratory in Edmonton. The goal is to develop and document a modular open-source electron microscope that researchers can build and possibly incorporate into other vacuum equipment. Using a thermionic electron source, we aim for a resolution of a few nm in SEM , STEM and TEM modes; UHV and field emission may be a future possibility. The talk will describe current progress, along with some electron optics and electron-microscope history.

This talk is part of the Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy Seminar Series series.

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