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IMS xf Series

Several hundred CAMECA IMS 6f, 7f, 7f-Auto and 7f-GEO are installed worldwide, the list below is only a very short extract from our customer list!

Materials Research Laboratory (MRL) at University of California Santa Barbara, USA
Widely recognized as one of the top five materials research facilities in the world, the MRL serves as the innovation engine for discoveries in new materials.

Nanoscale Characterization and Fabrication Laboratory, Virginia Tech, USA

Operated by the University's Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science (ICTAS), the Nanoscale Characterization and Fabrication Laboratory serves the needs of researchers from VirginiaTech and from the surrounding industrial community, facilitating research in nanoscale engineering and the environment, fuel cells, paleobiology... The NCFL was one the first lab in the world to be equipped with a CAMECA IMS 7f-GEO.

Washington University in Saint-Louis (WUSTL), USA
WUSTL’s Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Group has been equipped with an IMS 7f-GEO since 2013. Research focuses on micro-scale variations in the C and S isotopic composition of biological and sedimentary materials, biogeochemical interactions between microbes and their environment.

CalTech Center for Microanalysis, USA

The Center for Microanalysis at Caltech houses a IMS 7f-GEO and a NanoSIMS 50L, providing expertise for microanalysis of geological, meteoritic and synthetic materials. Research projects carried out at CCM are most varied, ranging from cosmochemistry to experimental studies on climate change, geochronology, in-situ studies of microbial communities, materials science engineering...

University of Manitoba, Manitoba Regional Materials and Surface Characterization Facility, Canada
Equipped with a CAMECA IMS 7f and several other instruments for materials characterization, the Manitoba Regional Materials and Surface Characterization Facility provides a unique resource to regional government and industrial researchers and enables world-class research into the chemical, structural and morphological nature of surfaces and bulk materials.

Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf, Germany
The CAMECA IMS series instrument in Rossendorf is coupled to an accelerator mass spectrometer at the core of the "Super-SIMS" initiative of the Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology.

Ioffe Institute, St Petersburg, Russia
The Ioffe Institute is one of Russia's largest institutions for research in physics and materials. Under leadership from Boris Ber, the Surface Analysis Group applies various IMS microprobes to investigations of coatings, thin films and various semiconductor structures.

University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
The School of Geoscience at University of Edinburgh is one of the largest and most successful groupings of geographers, Earth and environmental scientists in the UK. It is equipped with various CAMECA ion microprobes including an IMS 7f-GEO.

GEMAC Univ. Versailles, France
The GEMAC laboratory is equipped with an IMS 7f model used to investigate and develop materials, nanostructures and prototypes of elementary devices for electronics and optoelectronics.

CIM PACA, Arcsis, France

Located in the South East of France, a basin for semiconductor production, CIM PACA is the flagship characterization platform of ARCSIS, a consortium that unites world-ranking semiconductor groups including Philips, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments etc... as well as several dozens of small and mid-size companies, engineering schools, research laboratories and universities of the region. CIM-PACA is dedicated to the design, test and validation of new semiconductor technologies.

CC-MEM, Institut Jean Lamour / Ecole des Mines de Nancy, France

The Centre de Compétences en Microscopie Electronique et Microsondes (CC-MEM) is a collaborative research facility hosted by the Ecole des Mines de Nancy. The IMS 7f delivered in 2009 at CC-MEM contributes to cutting-edge research in material sciences, metallurgy, nanosciences.

Cinvestav, Seccion de electronica del estado solido, Mexico
Created in 1961, Cinvestav (Advanced Studies Center of the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico) is a leader institution in research and postgraduate education in Mexico and the world