Torben Prill

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Nanoporous materials play an important role in modern batteries as well as fuel cells. The materials microstructure needs to be analyzed as it determines the electrochemical properties. However, the microstructure is too fine to be resolved by microcomputed tomography. The method of choice to analyze the microstructure is focused ion beam nanotomography(More)
Focused ion beam tomography has proven to be capable of imaging porous structures on a nano-scale. However, due to shine-through artefacts, common segmentation algorithms often lead to severe dislocation of individual structures in z-direction. Recently, a number of approaches have been developed, which take into account the specific nature of focused ion(More)
Focused ion beam nanotomography-scanning electron microscopy tomography yields high-quality three-dimensional images of materials microstructures at the nanometer scale combining serial sectioning using a focused ion beam with SEM. However, FIB-SEM tomography of highly porous media leads to shine-through artifacts preventing automatic segmentation of the(More)
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