New Bruker Nano Webcast: Combining Measurement Methods:The Benefit of Fast Analytical Instruments - 25 October 2012

Bruker Nano

Free Online Web Seminar

Combining Measurement Methods:
The Benefit of Fast Analytical Instruments

This webinar will take place on:
Thursday, 25 October 2012
16:00 UK | 17:00 European | 11:00 US Eastern | 08:00 US Pacific

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The ultimate goal of every analyst is to get “the most” out of a sample. What story does it tell? How can you grasp its history? Bruker offers many different analytical instruments. In the past couple of years, these instruments have become more powerful and increasingly faster. In this webinar, experts will introduce their individual methods and discuss the benefits of combining the results of their analyses of a single sample.

The example to be discussed is the Gujba meteorite, a CB chondrite, consisting of an “exotic” mixture of rounded metal particles, silicate spherules (chondrules) and fine-grained materials. It therefore lends itself ideally to test the combination of different measurement methods to investigate as many aspects as possible, including 3D structure. Watch everything fall into place to provide the "big picture" of a fascinating analysis object.

Methods covered are:

  • 3D Micro-X-ray fluorescence analysis
  • 3D EDS on SEM
  • EBSD on SEM
  • Laser-ablation ICP-MS
  • 3D Micro-CT

Who should attend?

  • Researchers working in materials science labs
  • Engineering and natural sciences lecturers and students
  • Anybody interested in advanced materials analysis


Dr. Jana Bergholtz

Dr. Jana Bergholtz

Dr. Jana Bergholtz is an EDS Application Scientist for Bruker Nano. Jana studied Mineralogy at the Free University in Berlin from 1997 to 2003. In 2009 she received her Ph.D. degree in Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, USA.

Stephan Boehm

Stephan Boehm

Stephan Boehm is Bruker Nano’s Project Manager responsible for Micro-CT on SEM. Stephan studied Industrial Engineering at HTW Berlin (University of Applied Sciences) from 2004 – 2010.

Dr. Roald Tagle

Dr. Roald Tagle

Dr. Roald Tagle is Application Scientist for µ-XRF at Bruker Nano since 2007. Roald is an Analytical Chemist with several years experience in electron microbe analyses and ICP-MS ultra-trace analysis in the field of planetology. He is mainly responsible for the ARTAX, a transportable XRF spectrometer used in the field of art analysis and the M4 TORNADO, a universally applicable high speed-µ-XRF spectrometer.

Dr. Daniel Goran

Dr.Daniel Goran

Dr. Daniel Goran is Product Manager EBSD at Bruker Nano. Daniel acquired his Ph.D. at Metz University, France. He studied the influence of severe plastic deformation on texture and microstructure of metals.

Dr. René Chemnitzer

Dr. René Chemnitzer

Dr. René Chemnitzer is Application Scientist for ICP-MS at Bruker since 2010. René started in 2002 with Laser ablation ICP-MS at the Max-Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, Germany. After he finished his thesis he moved to Darmstadt and joined Varian as Application Specialist for ICP-MS, before working with Bruker.

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