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NUANCE: Nanoscale Characterization Experimental Center

MMMS Spring Meeting

Electron Microscopy for Materials Research: Recent Developments and Future Opportunities

Friday, March 30, 2018
8 am - 4:30 pm
Pancoe Hall | Abbott Auditorium

 Featured speakers:

Nigel Browning - University of Liverpool
     Observing the Atomic Scale Kinetics of Dynamic Processes in Liquids and Gasses by Transmission Electron Microscope

Vinayak Dravid - Northwestern University
     Making a Mountain Out of a Molehill: Electron Microscopy for Materials Research at Northwestern

Robert Klie - University of Illinois at Chicago
     In-Situ Materials Characterization at High Spatial Resolution: 2D Materials Based Liquid-Cell Microscopy

 Jim Zuo - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
     The Future of 4D Materials Science Using Electron Beams

Paul Voyles - University of Wisconsin — Madison
     High Precision STEM Imaging of Cation Vacancies in Oxides and Nanocatalyst Surfaces

Ilke Arslan - Argonne National Laboratory
     Advanced Measurements on the Nanoscale Enabled by Technique Development in the Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope

Ben Myers - Northwestern University
     Orientation Mapping by Electron Channeling: Stage-Rocked Electron Channeling in a Conventional SEM

Yue Li - Northwestern University
     Controlled Rotation Tomography for Scanning Probe Microscopy 

Free for M3S members

MMMS logo: the Picasso statue looking into a microscope

$5 for students; $20 for non-members

*Fee includes 2018 M3S membership


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