Correlative nanoscopy measures multiple sample properties with nanoscale spatial resolution for their correlative analysis. The ultimate goal of correlative nanoscopy is to provide simultaneous all-around nanoscale characterization of optical, mechanical, electrical and thermal and other properties.
Challenge: nanoscale measurements with different instruments are slow and expensive. Correlating these measurements is difficult, if not impossible. Thus, correlative nanoscopy requires measuring multiple physical properties in the same instrument and preferentially simultaneously to reduce the effort of correlative analysis.
neaSCOPE combines state-of-the-art technologies with flexible software integration, which enables the largest number of different physical properties (Optical, Chemical, Electrical, Electro-optical, Thermal, Mechanical, etc.) to be analyzed simultaneously and in the same instrument, thus minimizing the costs and user effort for correlative analysis.