Learn about recent developments in advanced electron microscopy techniques from leading experts.
The School will concentrate on advanced techniques for high-resolution electron microscopy of interest to scientists currently using transmission electron microscopes for materials science studies. Laboratory sessions will highlight state-of-the-art instrumentation. People attending the school should preferably have some basic understanding of conventional electron microscope operation.
The School will feature lectures on imaging, microanalysis, high-resolution imaging theory and practice, and approaches to aberration-corrected electron microscopy. Special lectures will cover the topics of: 1) Cutting-edge applications; 2) Resolution Limits; 3) Approaches to Quantification; 4) Electron Holography; and 5) In situ TEM.
The School will include laboratory sessions on: 1) Quantitative atomic-resolution STEM imaging; 2) EELS and monochromators; and 3) In situ TEM biasing and nano-manipulation.
The laboratory tour will feature the monochromated and double-corrected JEOL-ARM200F NEOARM, the monochromated and probe-corrected Titan 80-300, and the Tecnai G2 TEM.
Registration fee 1000 SEK including VAT.