NanoSIMS is an analytical technique that allows analysis of elemental and isotopic composition of a solid sample at a sub-micrometer spatial scale (down to 50 nm). Although originally “NanoSIMS” was the name of an instrument that makes such an analysis possible (NanoSIMS 50 or 50L, produced by Cameca), it is now commonly used as synonym for the technique itself.
Visit the page dedicated to NanoSIMS at Utrecht University
Look@NanoSIMS is a Matlab-based freeware program for the analysis of NanoSIMS data. It is an alternative to other programs developed for that purpose, such as WinImage, Open_MIMS or L'Image. (learn more)