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James DeRose , Ph.D.

James DeRose

James DeRose ist wissenschaftlicher und technischer Redakteur für Stereo- und Digitalmikroskopie bei Leica Microsystems. Er verfügt über mehr als 20 Jahre Erfahrung im wissenschaftlichen und technischen Schreiben für Buch- und Zeitschriftenpublikationen. Er ist Mitautor von mehr als 35 wissenschaftlichen und technischen Publikationen, die in internationalen Fachzeitschriften veröffentlicht wurden, von mehr als 45 Präsentationen für internationale wissenschaftliche Konferenzen und Symposien sowie von zwei Patentanmeldungen. Er ist Hauptherausgeber des Buches "Aluminium Alloy Corrosion of Aircraft Structures: Modelling and Simulation", das im Jahr 2012 veröffentlicht wurde. Dieses Buch ist aus dem von der EU im 6. Rahmenprogramm finanzierten Projekt SICOM hervorgegangen. Er hat wissenschaftliche und technische Projekte mit Schwerpunkt auf angewandter F&E und Anwendungsentwicklung in den Bereichen Grenzflächenchemie und -physik, thermische und chemische Verfahrenstechnik, Korrosion und Metallografie, Oberflächenbeschichtungen und -analyse, Materialwissenschaft, Biotechnologie und Zellbiologie geleitet und zu diesen beigetragen. Er verfügt über Erfahrung mit verschiedenen Arten von Mikroskopie- und Analysemethoden. In der Vergangenheit hat er am California Institute of Technology, an der Eidgenössischen Technischen Hochschule in Lausanne sowie bei der Firma Cytion (Molecular Devices) an Projekten der angewandten Forschung und Entwicklung sowie der Anwendungsentwicklung gearbeitet. James promovierte 1993 an der Arizona State University in Physik mit dem Schwerpunkt angewandte Forschung in den Bereichen Oberflächenwissenschaften, physikalische Chemie und Biophysik. Er arbeitet seit August 2013 bei Leica Microsystems.

Perform Microscopy Analysis for Pathology Ergonomically and Efficiently

The main performance features of a microscope which are critical for rapid, ergonomic, and precise microscopic analysis of pathology specimens are described in this article. Microscopic analysis of…

Challenges Faced When Manually Rating Non-Metallic Inclusions (NMIs) to Determine Steel Quality

Rapid, accurate, and reliable rating of non-metallic inclusions (NMIs) is instrumental for the determination of steel quality. This article describes the challenges that arise from manual NMI rating,…
Influenca in lung epithelial cells (porcine) - THUNDER Imager 3D Cell Culture Influenca virus – red, cilia – green, Nuclei – blue.

How Can Immunofluorescence Aid Virology Research?

Modern virology research has become as crucial now as ever before due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. There are many powerful technologies and assays that virologists can apply to their research into…

Reasons Why There is Growing Need for Fast and Reliable Steel Quality Rating Solutions

Steel quality is critical for the manufacturing of high-quality components and products. Fast, reliable, and accurate detection and classification of inclusions has become essential for both component…

Depth Profiling and Layer Analysis for Inspection of Materials with a 2-In-1 Solution Combining Optical Microscopy and Laser Spectroscopy

In addition to simultaneous visual and chemical inspection, a 2-methods-in-1 materials analysis solution, which combines optical microscopy and laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), can also be…

Top Issues Related to Standards for Rating Non-Metallic Inclusions in Steel

Supplying components and products made of steel to users worldwide can require that a single batch be compliant with multiple steel quality standards. This user demand creates significant challenges…

Visual and Chemical Analysis of Steel Microstructure: Faster Rating of Steel Quality

Simultaneous visual and chemical analysis of steel non-metallic inclusions with a 2-methods-in-1 solution, using optical microscopy and laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), is described in…

Rate the Quality of Your Steel: Free Webinar and Report

This webinar and report describe optimal microscopy solutions for rating steel quality in terms of non-metallic inclusions and reviews the various international and regional standards concerning…

Metallography – an Introduction

This article gives an overview of metallography and metallic alloy characterization. Different microscopy techniques are used to study the alloy microstructure, i.e., microscale structure of grains,…

Brief Introduction to Surface Metrology

This report briefly discusses several important metrology techniques and standard definitions commonly used to assess the topography of surfaces, also known as surface texture or surface finish. With…

Studying the Microstructure of Natural Polymers in Fine Detail

The potential of cryogenic broad ion beam milling used in combination with scanning electron microscopy (cryo-BIB-SEM) for imaging and analyzing the microstructure of cryogenically stabilized soft…
Ultramicrotomy; ARTOS 3D

Introduction to Ultramicrotomy

When studying samples, to visualize their fine structure with nanometer scale resolution, most often electron microscopy is used. There are 2 types: scanning electron microscopy (SEM) which images the…
Measuring grains size with Abrams Three-Circle Procedure.

How to Adapt Grain Size Analysis of Metallic Alloys to Your Needs

Metallic alloys, such as steel and aluminum, have an important role in a variety of industries, including automotive and transportation. In this report, the importance of grain size analysis for alloy…

How to make a fast Z-stack

Save time for your 2D and 3D analysis. Watch this video to learn about the new user interface, LAS X.next, for the DVM6 digital microscope. The video demonstrates how to make a fast Z-Stack with a few…
Array tomography image of T-cells in mouse lymph nodes.

High Resolution Array Tomography with Automated Serial Sectioning

The optimization of high resolution, 3-dimensional (3D), sub-cellular structure analysis with array tomography using an automated serial sectioning solution, achieving a high section density on the…

Macroscale to Nanoscale Pore Analysis of Shale and Carbonate Rocks

Physical porosity in rocks, like shale and carbonate, has a large effect on the their storage capacity. The pore geometries also affect their permeability. Imaging the visible pore space provides…

See the Structure with Microscopy - Know the Composition with Laser Spectroscopy

The advantages of a 2-in-1 materials analysis solution combining optical microscopy and laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) for simultaneous visual and chemical inspection are described in…
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Introduction to Widefield Microscopy

This article gives an introduction to widefield microscopy, one of the most basic and commonly used microscopy techniques. It also shows the basic differences between widefield and confocal…
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