Materials Science

We work closely with cutting edge material scientists bringing them the latest enabling technologies in microscopy & microanalysis, fabrication, optics and surface chemical sciences.

Latest Review

  • The new DENS stub is very useful when making samples for in-situ TEM heating and biasing experiments. The refined copper clamping system makes it easy to mount the chip in a safe way, while it is grounded at the same time to prevent charging. By using the angle of 45 degrees it is possible to finish a complete sample in one go without the system having to be aerated. So I am also very satisfied with this stub that makes work easier for me

    Stijn van den BroeckElectron Microscopy for Materials Science (EMAT) Antwerp

Our Materials Sciences Team

  • Kamran Khajepour

    Kamran Khajepour

    Materials and Nanotechnology Manager

    Electron Microscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, Material Science, Nano Fabrication, Music Performance.

  • Peter Airey

    Peter Airey

    Materials and Nanotechnology Specialist

    With a background in materials chemistry, and an avid interest in science and technology, I am passionate about realising the potential for researchers to gain access to the latest technologies to futhur their understanding in Materials Science and Nanotechnology.

  • Nav Dhaliwal

    Nav Dhaliwal

    Business Development and Product Manager

    Specialising in X-ray Diffraction Techniques, Crystallography, SAXS and X-ray Components (sources and detectors).
    Having previously worked at Rigaku it is wonderful to be able to represent them with AXT in the Pacific Rim.

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