Electron Microscopy & Materials Science Laboratory
Research Group of Prof. Naoya Shibata
Institute of Engineering Innovation, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
A paper entitled "Quantitative electric field mapping of a p–n junction by DPC STEM" has been published.
A paper entitled "Magnetic-structure imaging in polycrystalline materials by specimen-tilt series averaged DPC STEM" has been published.
Two undergraduate students have just joined.
Web site launched.
Mr. Murakami, a first-year master's student, received the Student Presentation Award at the 62nd Symposium of the Japanese Society of Microscopy.
Mr. Ooe, a PhD student, received the Student Scholar Award at Microscopy & Microanalysis 2019.
NHK News reported the result of developing the world's first electron microscope.
Numerous media reported the development of the world's first electron microscope.
A joint research group between Prof. Shibata and JEOL has succeeded in developing the world's first electron microscope that can directly observe magnetic materials at the atomic level without being affected by a magnetic field.