Slides displayed at ESTEEM2 workshops / schools

Slides of the ESTEEM2 Scientific Meeting (March 2016)

Slides of Tomo Workshop 2015 (EMAT)

Slides of EMAT summer school 2015

Slides ESTEEM2 electron crystallography workshop

Slides of Workshop on Spatially-Resolved Electron Spectroscopy

Slides of the TEM-UCA Workshop

Slides of the European School on Advanced Sample Preparation

Slides of 4th Stanislaw Gorczyca School on TEM Basics

Slides of EMAT School on TEM

Slides of QEM 2013

 

Upcoming workshops

 

Workshop on Advanced In Situ TEM/STEM

Chalmers, Sweden - July 20-23, 2015

http://www.chalmers.se/en/conference/In_Situ_TEM_STEM/Pages/default.aspx

Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is powerful for the research and development in materials, nanostructures and nano-devices due to its ability to provide local quantitative information about the structure and chemistry at the atomic level and also about the properties. In many cases the corresponding information is not accessible using other techniques. The aim of this workshop is to illustrate the potential and insights that in situ (TEM) and scanning TEM (STEM) provide for studies of materials and the correlation between structure and properties. It will also address the possibilities enabled by the introduction of aberration correctors and monochromators in the electron column.

In situ experiments allowing time resolved dynamic experiments involving gases, liquids, electric fields, magnetic fields, optical excitation as well as manipulation with STM and AFM tips is a rapidly expanding field of research. The development of holders that allow the in situ experiments is in rapid progress and will be illustrated in the presentations. In addition, electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) and other types of spectroscopy further expand the capabilities giving additional information about structure and properties. Soft materials with low density and interfaces between hard and soft materials pose new challenges where low voltage TEM and STEM are giving new opportunities. Aspects of electron beam specimen interaction and data evaluation will be discussed.

 

 

TEM-UCA Workshop

Cadiz, Spain - July 20-24, 2015

http://www2.uca.es/dept/cmat_qinor/catalisis/tem-uca/home.htm

Do not miss your opportunity to attend the upcoming 15th TEM-UCA Summer Workshop "Transmission Electron Microscopy of Nanomaterials" from 20th to 24th July 2015, a workshop devoted to review the advancements of Transmission Electron Microscopy, both imaging and spectroscopic techniques, in the characterization of a wide range of nanomaterials.  
During the workshop, the participants will have the chance of discussing their data, asking questions and receiving suggestions by Poster Discussion Forums. This is a good opportunity for all of us to progress in our understanding of materials properties and electron microscopy techniques.
If you are currently working or interested in the field of nanomaterials and their characterization by TEM, send your preregistration as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you in Cadiz.

 The Workshop is limited to a maximum number of 20 attendees.
 Registration - Until June, 1st.

 

 

Workshop on PDF analysis of amorphous and nanocrystalline materials from electron diffraction

Rovijn, Croatia - August 24th, 2015

http://www.nanomegas.com/amorphousPDFworkshop/Workshop/Workshop.html

Speakers:
•Prof. Simon J. L. Billinge, Columbia University in the city of New York, USA
•Dr. Ute Kolb, University of Mainz, Germany
•Dr. Partha Pratim Das, NanoMEGAS SPRL , Belgium

Practical software session by dedicated PDF software for electron diffraction (2.00 pm - 3.00pm)

Computers will be provided during the workshop where software for PDF analysis will be preinstalled.
Participants  can discuss  & interact  about  their own research  work.

Maximum number of Participants 30, there is no charge* for the workshop.

For more discussion/information you can meet us in NanoMEGAS Booth (No 31) during ECM29