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Using Machine Vision to Drive Nanoscale Discoveries That Solve Real-World Problems

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Friday, September 22, 2023, 1 pm

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Chemical Engineering Seminar

Jennifer McConnell

Senior Manager of Marketing & Product Management


In order to fine-tune materials for stronger steels, more efficient catalysts, better batteries, etc., understanding how the environment affects a material’s atomic-scale foundation over time is critical. Protochips has created the first-of-its-kind line of machine vision empowered in situ TEM solutions for this purpose. These solutions enable you to quantitatively analyze your material’s atomic foundation, in a highly realistic environment within the TEM, while taking advantage of machine vision software to generate higher quality data in less time and unveil trends that would otherwise be hidden. Join us to learn about in situ liquid phase, environmental gas phase, and vacuum heating and electrical characterization inside the TEM that furthers research for catalysts, batteries, corrosion of steel, electronic devices, nanomaterial synthesis and characterization, and more.


Jennifer McConnell is the Senior Manager of Marketing and Product Management at Protochips. She holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from North Carolina State University and a master’s degree in forensic chemistry from George Washington University. She spent much of her early career as a forensic chemist for the federal government, performing benchtop analyses to identify unknown substances and testifying in court. She has been at Protochips for 5.5 years and is responsible for guiding the product roadmap, understanding the evolving needs of the scientific community, and managing the marketing activities of the company.

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