Jeroen Smulders

Jeroen Smulders is a product manager for the Thermo Scientific Phenom Desktop SEM product range at Thermo Fisher Scientific. He plays a leading role in the development and implementation of new software applications for Thermo Fisher Scientific products and shares his best practices with customers to increase their output and get the best results.

EDS analysis with SEM: X-ray analysis on the spot

By Jeroen Smulders - November 2, 2017

You probably want to use Energy Dispersive X-­Ray Spectroscopy — or X-­ray/EDS analysis — to determine the elemental composition of a sample. Is it hard for you to get your analysis done proper and fast? And is it even harder to gather quantitative compositional information of your sample quickly?

You probably want to use Energy Dispersive X-­Ray Spectroscopy — or X-­ray/EDS analysis — to determine the elemental composition of a sample. Is it hard for you to get your analysis done proper and fast? And is it even harder to gather quantitative compositional information of your sample quickly?

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Optical vs. SEM: image analysis systems for particle characterization

By Jeroen Smulders - February 2, 2017

Particle characterization is an important process for many departments in manufacturing companies. If you are an operator, researcher or process engineer, you require it for R&D activities. If you are a production manager, you need it to ensure the quality of the production process. Several image analysis systems can be used for advanced particle characterization. In this blog post, we address and compare optical and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis equipment — and help you find out which system is the best fit for you.

Particle characterization is an important process for many departments in manufacturing companies. If you are an operator, researcher or process engineer, you require it for R&D activities. If you are a production manager, you need it to ensure the quality of the production process. Several image analysis systems can be used for advanced particle characterization. In this blog post, we address and compare optical and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis equipment — and help you find out which system is the best fit for you.

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