Professor Ricardo Izquierdo at ETS and the NanoQAM research center have just made a new 3D microscope available to various academic and industrial players in the fields of nanotechnology. This instrument allows the inspection of materials and combines observation, image capture and measurement functions while offering an on-screen interface that facilitates visualization.
This state-of-the-art digital 3D microscope, located in a clean room, guarantees a great depth of field, greater than that of optical microscopes. It is designed to make quick sample observations from all angles. It overcomes the limitations of conventional optical microscopes and offers advanced functions thanks to integrated image processing.
Anyone interested in using this 3D digital microscope or interested in being trained on this instrument for autonomous use, must contact Mr. Mohsen Ketabi beforehand.