Delmic B.V, Delft, The Netherlands
Delmic B.V. is a company based in Delft, the Netherlands that produces correlative light and electron microscopy solutions. Currently, DELMIC produces three systems, the SECOM, a platform for integrated fluourescence and electron microscopy, the SPARC, a high-performance cathodolumiscence detection system, and the Delphi, the world’s first fully integrated fluourescence and scanning electron microscope and the product of a collaboration with Phenom-World. These systems are also accompanied by ODEMIS, open-source software designed to navigate the integrated microscopy systems and to optimize image overlay.
Delmic originated as a result of the development of the SECOM platform, an integrated fluorescence and scanning electron microscope which was conceived by Charged Particle Optics group of Delft University of Technology. At the end of 2011 the company obtained the SPARC system from the Photonic Materials Group group at AMOLF. At the International Microscopy Conference in 2014, DELMIC also launched the Delphi system, a tabletop correlative microscopy solution that, like SECOM, combines a scanning electron microscope with fluorescence microscopy.