Course Name

SDP_NCL13_2019 - Basic training in Electron Microscopy and Techniques (Electron Microscopic Analyst)
Instructor Name :- Selvaraj Dr. K. , Prasad,Dr.B.L.V., Nisal, A.A., R.S. Gholap


Electron Microscopy is a fast evolving technique in several advancing fields of science including, materials science, solid state physics, metallurgy including coating, corrosion, biology, pharmaceutical and formulation industries, dye and paint industry, polymer industries etc., specifically in the domain of nano science and nanotechnology. Particularly recent developments in the highly resolvable electron microscopy such as STEM, cryo-TEM, Environmental SEM enables a researcher to get the best for instance, details about lattice fringes, atomic positions at sub nanometer scales or analysing bio samples at near life conditions. Extended analyses such as EDS gives chances for elemental mapping and even phase mapping possibilities at sub-micron to few nanometer scales. This course would cover basics of electron-matter interactions, introduction to SEM, TEM and HRTEM, various special modes of electron microscopies, possible scientific data from electron microscopy, data acquisition and analysis. The participants would be able to know various electron microscopic techniques, data collection and data analysis to interpret into scientific information needed for research and industry. Practical experience with our electron microscopes will ensure a complete learning experience.
Academic Year
: 2019


  • Commencement Date : 19/08/2019
  • End Date : 30/08/2019
  • Registration Deadline Date : 09/08/2019
  • Duration : 2 weeks
  • Seat Available : 20

Fee Details :

  • Indian - Student - Rs. 10000
  • Indian - Faculty - Rs. 25000
  • Indian - Industry Sponsored - Rs. 50000

Salient Features

Salient Features of the training courses
Equal priority to theory and practical sessions
Lectures, assisted with multimedia aids.
Case studies
Group discussions/interactive sessions
Hands - on - practical training
Brief on alternate career options.


Evaluation will consist of the following components
Theory Courses
Written question paper
Student Participation to all sessions
Practical Courses


M.Sc. / M.Tech. (Physical Chemistry/ Analytical Chemistry/ Materials Science/ Nanotechnology)