IDES for Time-Resolved TEM - Virtual Panel Discussion with Technology and Applications Experts

Originally aired on June 17, 2021

JEOL USA is pleased to welcome Dan Masiel (IDES Inc.) and Khalid Hattar (Sandia National Laboratories) to a virtual panel discussion focusing on the exciting technologies enabled with the latest in IDES products.

IDES pioneered time-resolved TEM space and this technology, exclusive to JEOL Instruments is discussed among the panel, including a customer and user, as an avenue to expand microscope flexibility and functionality in terms of speed, beam damage mitigation, and optical illumination.

Key learning objectives:

  • DTEM - IDES technology can be right for analytical microscopists of all levels of expertise
  • Which IDES products are best for your applications in materials science and life sciences
  • Retrofitting your current TEM - requirements and advantages

About the Presenters


Daniel Masiel, Ph.D., Founder and CEO, Integrated Dynamic Electron Solutions (IDES)

Daniel Masiel founded Integrated Dynamic Electron Solutions (IDES) in 2009 with the goal of enabling researchers to observe the behavior of nanomaterials at the fastest timescales possible. 

Khalid Hattar, Ph.D., Scientist, Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories

Khalid Hattar is a Principal Member of the Technical Staff and scientist at Sandia National Laboratories and the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies.

Patrick Phillips, Ph.D., Asst. TEM Product Manager, Electron Microscopy, JEOL USA, Inc.

Dr. Phillips received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering in 2012 from the Ohio State University. Following an appointment as a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois – Chicago, he joined JEOL USA in 2016.

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