Meeting on TEM in Materials Sciences

About event

Sharing of current experience in transmission electron microscopy across research areas related to advanced materials, technologies and microscopic techniques.

The meeting will consist from presentations of invited TEM specialists. Also all participants are very welcome to present their own TEM results via a presentation or a poster.

Deadline for registration: April 9, 2018


Tuesday, 24th April

9:00 Registration
9:30–9:45 Introduction
9:45–10:30 45min - Dominique Delille
(Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Application of TITAN THEMIS Transmission Electron Microscope in Materials Science
10:30–10:55 25min - Anna Prokhodtseva
(Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Automated high quality S/TEM sample preparation for materials science.
10:55–11:15 Coffee break
11:15–12:00 45min - Werner Grogger
(FELMI, Graz University of Technology)
Energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry in the TEM: What needs to be considered for reliable quantitative results?
12:00–12:45 45min - Mária Čaplovičová
(STU Centre for Nanodiagnostics, Slovak University of Technology)
Materials characterization using JEM ARM 200cF with atomic resolution.
12:45–13:45 Lunch
13:45–14:30 45min - Mariana Klementová
(Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences)
Structure solution and refinement from PEDT data.
14:30–14:55 25min - Jan Duchoň
(Research Centre Řež)
Microstructure of biomedical NiTi wire after superelastic cyclic loading.
14:30–14:55 25min - Jakub Zálešák
(Erich Schmid Institute Leoben / Montanuniversitaet Leoben)
Application of in situ TEM electron microscopy in mechanical testing of materials.
14:55–15:40 Coffee break
15:40–16:25 45min - Michal Horák
(CEITEC, Brno University of Technology)
Transmission electron microscopy in plasmonics.
16:25–16:50 25min - Jan Macák
(1: University of Pardubice 2: CEITEC, Brno University of Technology)
Importance of TEM investigations for 1D self-organized anodic TiO2 nanotubes.
16:50–17:15 25min - Lukáš Kachtík
(CEITEC, Brno University of Technology)
Transmission electron microscopy analysis of 1-D nanostructures.
17:15–17:40 25min - Jan Michalička
(CEITEC, Brno University of Technology)
Novel STEM-EDX Analysis of Radiation-Induced Precipitates in Self-Ion Irradiated Austenitic Stainless Steels.
17:40 The end of the day
19:30 Commond dinner

Wednesday, 25th April

9:30–10:15 45min - Viera Skákalová
(Physics of Nanostructured Materials, University of Vienna)
A brief excursion into the 2-D world.
10:15–10:45 25min - Semir Tulic
(Physics of Nanostructured Materials, University of Vienna)
Mechanisms of graphitization of diamond studied by transmission electron microscopy.
10:45–11:00 Coffee break
11:00–12:30 Labtours
12:30–13:30 Lunch
13:30–14:15 45min - Tibor Füzik
(CEITEC, Masaryk University)
Application of cryo-electron microscopy in life science: Structure of tick-borne encephalitis virus and its neutralization by a monoclonal antibody.
14:15–15:00 45min - Rostislav Medlín
(New Technology Research Centre, University of West Bohemia)
II. and III. generation of Silicon based Solar Cells - basic TEM material research of nanostructured Si and TCO.
15:00–15:20 Coffee break
15:20–15:45 25min - Peter Švec
(Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences)
Structural Characterization of Hard Magnetic Alloy based on Al and Mn.
15:45–16:10 25min - Antonín Dlouhý
(Institute of Physics of Materials of the Czech Academy of Sciences)
Quantitative STEM in the diffraction contrast regime - stereopairs.
16:10–16:35 25min - Milan Heczko
(Institute of Physics of Materials of the Czech Academy of Sciences)
Nanostructure origins of the extraordinary cyclic strengthening of Fe-Ni-Cr based austenitic stainless steel during fatigue at 700°C.
16:35 The end of the meeting

Entrance fee (21% VAT included)
Regular: 70 EUR / 1 800 Kč
Students: 35 EUR / 900 Kč

All presenting authors will receive an acceptance/rejection notification via e-mail by mid April 2018.

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