During the event, participants could try out advanced equipment by Carl Zeiss Microscopy, Bruker and Triebworx, learn how to operate it and find out about its capabilities. UT specialists also shared their experience of using the equipment in solving scientific and industrial issues. The participants were able to examine their own samples and to consult OPTEC specialists.
According to Andrey Bobylev, Head of the UT REC Nanotechnology’s electron-probe microscopy lab, the equipment demonstrated at the event can be used for high precision research. UT chemistry, physics and biology research laboratories are equipped with these advanced devices.
The workshop gathered representatives from research institutions, industrial companies and centers for the collective use of equipment, practicing modern methods of microscopy and metrology.
RoadShow-2017 will see OPTEC workshops held in Chelyabinsk, Ufa, Ulyanovsk, Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod with the support of leading universities and technological centers.