We are happy to announce that IONTOF will hold a virtual User School on April 26th and 27th 2022 for our TOF-SIMS users in the Americas time zones.
Our applications specialists have designed an online program that will allow an interactive exchange between themselves and participants using our video conferencing tool. Each session is designed to last approximately three hours which should be enough time to cover the respective content, as well as leave time for individual questions and discussion.
The courses are dedicated to TOF-SIMS users and will cover data evaluation and interpretation, using a comprehensive range of tools present in the latest SurfaceLab 7.3 software.
If you would like to attend the Americas IONTOF User School courses 2022 please use the registration form below. Please note that places will be allocated on a "first come first served" basis.
Session 1 - Spectra and Imaging Program
April 26th 10 am ET / 7 am PT
Covering the most important features of the Imaging and Spectra Program, including
Functionality of the Data List
Peak adding and editing
Worksheet configuration and handling
Lateral Shift Correction
Advanced ToF Correction
Session 2 - Profile Program and Reporting
April 27th 10 am ET / 7 am PT
Covering the most important features of the Profile Program and reporting functions, including
Main sections of the Profile Program
Profile Line Lists
Sectional calibrations (depth and concentration)
Printing in all SurfaceLab programs
Registration is closed.
What pre-requisites are needed to attend the courses?
It is highly recommended that you have a basic understanding of the SIMS principle and that you have operated a ToF-SIMS instrument before.
Which software version will be used?
The latest software version, SurfaceLab 7.3, will be used during the course. However, users with older versions of SurfaceLab can participate with minor compromises.
Can I record the session?
No, it is not allowed to record the training session. However, all participants will receive extensive training materials in digital form.