Welcome to the 2017 European Atom Probe Tomography Workshop 2-5th of October, Hosted by Chalmers University of Technology
[Update (May 31): We have extended the deadline for abstract submission to 11/6]
The meeting will be held at the conference center Gullmarsstrand in the small fishing village of Fiskebäckskil, about an hour away from Gothenburg. Our aim is that this scenic venue will bring out the best in us for exiting scientific discussions, and provide a relaxed setting to socialize in with new and old colleagues!
The atom probe tomography technique continues to break new ground, and to meet the recent growing interest in analyzing organic/biological materials, part of the meeting will be devoted to challenges involved in both preparation, analysis and data interpretation of such samples.We encourage speakers and participants to present not only their success stories, but also unfinished work and obstacles they may be facing. All to stimulate discussions and to improve our knowledge and skills.
We look forward to meet you at Gullmarsstrand!
- Sample preparation/Correlative microscopy
- Biological/Organic samples
- Non/conducting materials
- Data analysis
• Daniel Perea, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
• Derk Joester, Northwestern University, US
• Kathryn Grandfield, McMaster University, Canada
• Ross Marceau, Deakin University, Australia
• Henrik Birkedal, Aarhus University, Denmark
The pre-school will cover an introduction to atom probe tomography as well as a lecture on data analysis and reconstruction by a representative from Cameca. We will end the session with a lab tour in Chalmers Material Analysis Laboratory (CMAL) and a demonstration of Chalmers latest equipment for sample preparation. The pre-school is free of charge and is held on Chalmers campus on the 2nd of October between 13.00-17.00. Sign up on the registration page!
Call for abstracts
Extended deadline for poster abstracts: Aug 1
A maximum one page abstract should be sent to email@example.com
Deadline for registration is September 1st
The conference fee (6000 SEK or 615 EUR) includes bus transportation to and from the conference site, three nights stay at the conference site including full meals
Getting to and from
Gothenburg Landvetter international airport is located just outside of Gothenburg and coach buses leaves for central Gothenburg twice every hour. A chartered bus will leave from Chalmers University campus area (see map) to Gullmarsstrand at 17.00 on the 2nd of October. The bus will leave from the conference site after lunch on the 5th and make one stop in central Gothenburg before arriving at the airport at ca 15.00.
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