Delmic is a passionate high-tech company based in Delft, the Netherlands that develops powerful and user-friendly solutions for light and electron microscopy.
At Delmic, we believe that imaging provides a fundamental understanding of systems and therefore is an integral part of creating a better world. We continuously innovate in order to offer our customers powerful insights and make research easy with simple workflows.
Delmic currently has three main product lines: cathodoluminescence solutions (SPARC Spectral, SPARC Compact, JOLT), cryo solutions that aim to simplify the complex workflows involved in cryo-electron tomography (METEOR), and high-throughput electron microscopy systems (multibeam EM system FAST-EM).
Delmic was founded in 2011 by scientists from the Charged Particle Optics group of Delft University of Technology and the NWO-Institute AMOLF in Amsterdam. The initial products were the SECOM, correlative light, and electron microscopy system, developed at TUD, and the SPARC cathodoluminescence system developed at AMOLF.
Since then Delmic has been expanding our product lines with cathodoluminescence detection systems and modules (SPARC Compact, JOLT, and LAB Cube) as well as fully integrated fluorescence and scanning electron microscope (DELPHI). In 2020 Delmic further expanded the product line to include a multibeam FAST-EM system, as well as solutions that aim to simplify the complex workflows involved in cryo-ET (METEOR).
Currently, Delmic continues to collaborate with its founding institutions in Delft and Amsterdam and works on the development of new products. Their systems are used by researchers and companies all over the world in fields ranging from life sciences, geology, materials science to nanophotonics.
DELMIC Announces Workshops Hosted by Phenom World on Integrated CLEM, University of Copenhagen, June 18th
DELMIC Announces Workshop Hosted by Phenom World on Integrated CLEM to be Held on Wednesday June 24th at the Francis Crick Institute (Lincoln Inn Fields Laboratory)
DELMIC Reports on Nanoscale Optical Tomography Research with Cathodoluminescence Spectroscopy (SPARC)
Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg Sweden use DELMIC's SPARC Technology