Frontiers in Microscopy and Microanalysis

 

The Frontiers in Microscopy and Microanalysis seminar series introduces the student and staff to advances in microscopy and nanoscopy with an emphasis on light microscopy, electron microscopy and analysis as well as x-ray microscopy and x-ray analytical methods. Both methodological and technological progress as well as applications in various scientific fields will be discussed.

 

Date / Time Location Speakers Title Flyer

24/7/17

12pm

Level 1 Seminar Room, AIBN Building #75 Dr Yannick Schwab Capturing rare cells in heterogeneous samples with Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy (CLEM)

7/7/17

11.45am

Level 1 Seminar Room, AIBN Building #75 Professor Alex de Marco Optimal FIB milling in life sciences and nanofab

10/5/17

2 pm

Level 3 Seminar Room, IMB Building 80, Room 3.146 Professor Rob Parton, CMM

Quantitation in Biological Electron Microscopy

21/04/17

11 - 12 pm

Level 1 Seminar Room, AIBN Building #75 Falk Lucas, ScopeM – ETH Zürich, Switzerland PPMS in the real world

21/04/17

10  - 11 am

Level 1 Seminar Room, AIBN Building #75 Dr Miriam Lucas, ScopeM – ETH Zürich, Switzerland 3D CLEM: targeted volume SEM

20/02/17

10 - 11 am

Level 4 Meeting Room, AIBN Building # 75 Antonin Doupal, TESCAN

Increasing the Performance and Analytical Power of FIB-SEMs

10/02/17

1 - 2 pm

Level 1 Seminar Room, AIBN Building #75 Dr Felix Leyssner NAP-XPS/SPM & EnviroESCA TM Systems

03/02/17

2 - 3pm

Level 1 Seminar Room, AIBN Building #75 Dr Sandrin Eeig (University of Tasmania) Optimising EPMA MicroProbe Analysis

02/02/17

2 - 4pm

Level 1 Seminar Room, AIBN Building #75

David Hoyle (VIC Canada)

Dr H Inada (Naka Japan)

Dr T Yaguchi (Naka Japan)

Inauguration Seminar for our 2 new HT 7700 S/TEM from Hitachi

18/01/2017

10 - 11am

 

Level 1 Seminar Room, AIBN Building #75 Dr. Richard White Recent Advances in Surface Analysis from Thermo Fisher Scientific

Seminars 2016