Swedish Research Infrastructure for Advanced Electron Microscopy

Workshop held on Three-dimensional Electron Diffraction

NordTEMhub/ARTEMI Workshop held on Three-Dimensional Electron Diffraction In recent years electron crystallography has gained significant attention with the advent of three-dimensional electron diffraction (3D ED) for structural analysis of crystalline specimens. The...

Time resolved 3D electron diffraction – Structures at high speed

Time-resolved imaging of the structural phase transition in VO2. (a) the Ultrafast transmission electron microscope (UTEM) at KTH. (b) High-quality single-crystalline VO2 lamella prepared using FIB at KTH. (c-d) Electron diffraction in VO2 prior and after laser...

New EELS Spectrometer at Uppsala University

New EELS Spectrometer at Uppsala University  With the increasing use of the scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) technique in our aberration-corrected TEM, atomic resolution spectroscopy techniques have become feasible and contribute essentially to...

Nanoparticle composition

(a) A sintered AuAg particle, (b) an unsintered  agglomerated AuAg particle and (c,d) XEDS maps of the elements, showing even alloying down to atomic level.Nanoparticle composition What is the composition of nanoparticles produced by spark ablation (SA)? This is a...

ARTEMI is the Swedish national infrastructure in advanced electron microscopy composed of the main national electron microscopy nodes in the physical sciences. The nodes are Chalmers University of Technology (CTH), Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Linköping University (LiU-host), Lund University (LU), Stockholm University (SU) and Uppsala University (UU), each with an internationally leading profile in competence and instrumentation.

The main purpose of ARTEMI is therefore to enable researchers to access expertise, advanced microscopes and to have the ability to perform advanced measurements in a cost-efficient and scientifically rewarding manner. -All through a single entry point- artemi.se. 

Beyond enabling access to advanced measurements, ARTEMI further develops advanced methods in imaging, diffraction, spectroscopy and in situ / in operando methods that are made available to the researcher community.  

Through continuous and coordinated investments in complementary methods and state of the art equipment, ARTEMI strives for swift access to today’s state of the art equipment, with an option for future development.