How Industrial Applications Benefit from Fluorescence Microscopy

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While fluorescence microscopy is a well-known technique used in today's life science research, the majority of light microscopy investigations in materials science and industry are still performed with brightfield, polarization, or darkfield contrast. However, industrial users can also benefit from fluorescence microscopy. By exploiting hidden physicochemical properties of material constituents, fluorescence can add another dimension of information which helps to further differentiate materials.

Watch this free webinar to know more about what you can do with fluorescence microscopy for industrial applications.

We will cover a wide range of investigations where fluorescence contrast offers new insights into sample properties, e.g. those of fibers, documents, paints, construction materials, electronics, and foodstuffs. You will see how easy it is to use fluorescence and also learn about sample preparation and potential limitations.

The webinar recording is available in English and German.

Speaker: Markus Auernhammer

Markus Auernhammer studied mineralogy and crystallography at the universities of Würzburg and Vienna, followed some time spent in research in materials sciences at ETH Zurich. After several years in the strategic planning department of an airline, he headed the metallographic QC laboratory of a Swiss steel manufacturer for five years. He furthered his professional experience as an expert at a construction material testing institute. A part-time postgraduate course in automation and management at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland complemented his scientific background. Since 2012, he has been working for Leica Microsystems as an Advanced Workflow Specialist in Applied Microscopy DACH Sales.

Key Learnings

  • The difference between standard visible light and fluorescence microscopy.
  • How to apply fluorescence to gain more information during QC and R&D investigations.
  • Where to pay attention when using fluorescence microscopy.

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