CAMECA AT A GLANCE

CAMECA is a world leading supplier of microanalytical and metrology instrumentation for research and process control. Our instruments measure elemental and isotopic composition in materials down to atomic resolution and equip government and university labs as well as high-tech industrial companies around the world. Learn how we address challenging characterization needs in diverse markets: semiconductor, nanotechnology and novel materials, nuclear science, energy, biology, environment, mining, geology.

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT

SXFive-TACTIS
SXFive-TACTIS - bringing EPMA to your fingertips!
Since pioneering Electron Probe MicroAnalysis in the 1950’s CAMECA has released several generations of microprobes, all with a proven valuable track record for analytical performance and reliability. The new SXFive-TACTIS builds on this legacy to deliver enhanced imaging and quantitative analysis in a user-friendly environment.


EIKOS Atom Probe EIKOS - the Atom Probe for research & industry
Providing accessibility to Atom Probe Tomography with an increased ease of use and a low cost of ownership, the EIKOS platform delivers nanoscale structural information and enables new understanding of materials for research as well as rapid and cost-effective development of alloys for industrial applications.

RECENT NEWS

    EVENTS

  • Workshop on Isotopes, Goa, India

    18 February 2019 -  20 February 2019, 

    The Workshop on Isotopes in Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Sciences is hosted by NIO (National Institute of Oceanography) in Goa and organized jointlly by IUAC and NIO. CAMECA to present recent results obtained with Large Geometry SIMS.

  • VAAM 2019, Mainz, Germany

    17 March 2019 -  20 March 2019, 

    Annual conference of the German Association for General and Applied Microbiology

  • SEMICON China, Shanghai

    20 March 2019 -  22 March 2019, 

    CAMECA China on booth T 2261 together with one of our partners.

  • FCMN 2019, Monterey, USA

    02 April 2019 -  04 April 2019, 

    Invited talk by CAMECA's scientific marketing director David Larson: Status and Prospects for Atom Probe Tomography for Supporting the Semiconductor Industry.