Electron Microscopy Theory




Research topics

Theoretical and experimental researches on scattering of high-energy electron beams by materials are being conducted to quantitatively elucidate the excellent capability of ultra-high voltage electron microscopes to observe μm-thick materials. Based on the imaging theory by the scattered electrons using a magnetic lens, sophistication and quantification of various measurement methods in electron microscopy are conducted as well as development of novel imaging methods.
Current research projects are as follows.

(1) Study on the ability to observeμm-thick specimens in high voltage electron microscopes
(2) Development research of quantitative three-dimensional observation method by electron tomography
(3) Development research of electron diffractive imaging
(4) Development research of novel three-dimensional observation method by aberration-corrected TEM