LEAP 5000XR
St Catherine's College, Oxford. Junior Common Room.
Core-shell structure of AgPd catalysts for room-temperature H2 production.
3 Dimensional Atom Probe (3DAP)
Ni-superalloy for gas turbines applications, studying phase partitioning/interfaces
St Catherine's College, Oxford. Lecture Theatre.
Local Electrode Atom Probe (LEAP) 3000HR
Iso-concentration surfaces applied to Al1.7Cu0.01Sn (at. %). Blue dots are Cu atoms and red dots are Sn atoms; Al atoms are not shown.
  • LEAP 5000XR
  • St Catherine's College, Oxford. Junior Common Room.
  • Core-shell structure of AgPd catalysts for room-temperature H2 production.
  • 3 Dimensional Atom Probe (3DAP)
  • Ni-superalloy for gas turbines applications, studying phase partitioning/interfaces
  • St Catherine's College, Oxford. Lecture Theatre.
  • Local Electrode Atom Probe (LEAP) 3000HR
  • Iso-concentration surfaces applied to Al1.7Cu0.01Sn (at. %). Blue dots are Cu atoms and red dots are Sn atoms; Al atoms are not shown.

News

We are very happy to announce that Oxford Atom Probe Research Group DPhil student Michal Dagan has won in the prestigious Erwin Müller Young Scientist prize for her work on "3D atom-by-atom automated reconstruction of field ion microscopy data".

The Oxford Atom Probe Group attended the APT&M 2016 conference in Gyeongiu, South Korea.
Students and staff will be presenting their research at the APT&M 2016 conference in Gyeongju, South Korea (12th-17th June). Jennifer Zelenty and Michal Dagan will be presenting their work for the Müller young scientist competition.


Atom Probe Group Workshop

The European Atom Probe Tomography Workshop 2016
 
Tuesday September 20th - Friday September 23rd 2016
St Catherine's College, Oxford
 
The Oxford Atom Probe Group is pleased to organise the 2016 European APT workshop. Following on from previous workshops in Zurich and Leoben, the main goal of the European APT Workshop is to bring together scientists from across Europe to share current research findings in the field of atom probe tomography. Lectures will be held at St Catherine's College, Oxford by young scientists and experienced users alike, showcasing their cutting edge research.
 
Workshop attendees will have the opportunity to establish contact with scientific groups from all around Europe and hear about the latest advances in specimen preparation, materials characterisation and data reconstruction.

You can find further details in the 'APT Workshop' section of the website.
 
 
 
 Abstract submission is now closed
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Atom probe tomography is a microscopy technique that provides 3D atom-by-atom imaging of materials with a uniquely powerful combination of spatial and chemical resolution. For more than 40 years, the Atom Probe Research Group in the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford has maintained a tradition of pioneering field ion microscopy research and in particular the development and application of the atom probe technique. The group is currently active in all aspects of atom probe research, including: establishing new materials applications, instrumentation and the development of 3D reconstruction and data analysis techniques.

For further information about atom probe tomography or how to collaborate with us, please contact:

Dr Michael Moody (Head of Group) - michael.moody@materials.ox.ac.uk

Dr Paul Bagot (Departmental Lecturer) - paul.bagot@materials.ox.ac.uk

Dr Tomas Martin (Lab Manager) - tomas.martin@materials.ox.ac.uk