speakers @ pico 2013

Wolfgang Baumeister
Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry (GERMANY)
››Electron-cryomicroscopy: from molecules to cells‹‹
Chris Boothroyd
Jülich Research Centre (GERMANY)
››Imaging functional groups in graphene oxide at atomic resolution‹‹
Christian Colliex Université Paris-Sud (FRANCE)
››The multi-signal strategy in a STEM to map the optical response of individual nanoparticles‹‹
Ulrich Dahmen Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (US)
››Atomic resolution imaging of mechanisms of interface motion in gold bicrystals‹‹
Rafal Dunin-Borkowski
Jülich Research Centre (GERMANY)
››Finite element simulations of semiconductor dopant potentials for electron holography‹‹
Michael Fiddy University of North Carolina at Charlotte (US)
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Legacies of the Gerchberg Saxton Algorithm‹‹
Hamish Fraser Ohio State University (US)
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ature of the interfaces between the constituent phases in the high entropy alloy CoCrCuFeNiAl‹‹
Bert Freitag
FEI Company – Eindhoven (THE NETHERLANDS)
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Charge density within a unit cell of GaN Imaged with sub Ångström by differential phase contrast microscopy‹‹
Max Haider CEOS GmbH – Heidelberg (GERMANY)
››An improved correction system for ultra-high resolution TEM‹‹
Archie Howie University of Cambridge (UK)
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Elastic and inelastic electron scattering in the near field region‹‹
Martin Hÿtch CEMES Toulouse (FRANCE)
››In-situ electron holography for the dynamic study of local fields‹‹
Kazuo Ishizuka HREM Research Inc – Higashimatsuyama (JAPAN)
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Quantitative evaluation of temporal partial coherence using 3D Fourier transform of through-focus TEM images
Wolfgang Jäger University of Kiel (GERMANY)
››Transmission electron microscopy for high-efficiency solar cells‹‹
Chunlin Jia Jülich Research Centre (GERMANY)
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Quantitative HRTEM of oxides‹‹
Ute Kaiser University of Ulm (GERMANY)
››Properties of two-dimensional materials obtained from experiments in a low-voltage aberration-corrected TEM‹‹
Angus Kirkland University of Oxford (UK)
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Quantitative electron microscopy of carbon based materials‹‹
Ondrej Krivanek Nion Company – Kirkland (US)
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Advances in instrumentation and software for electron microscopy‹‹
Hannes Lichte University of Dresden (GERMANY)
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Electron holography in solids: problems and progress‹‹
Laurie Marks Northwestern University (US)
››Profile imaging revisited: the surface of strontium titanate nanocuboids‹‹
Joachim Mayer RWTH Aachen University (GERMANY)
››Nanoswitches – TEM studies of resistive switching phenomena in chalcogenide materials‹‹
Molly McCartney Arizona State University (US)
Electron holography of nanoscale electrostatic and magnetic fields‹‹
John Rodenburg University of Sheffield (UK)
››Ptychography - Easy with X-rays, hard but promising with electrons‹‹
Harald Rose University of Ulm (GERMANY)
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Holographic imaging and optical sectioning in the aberration-corrected STEM‹‹
Frances Ross

IBM TJ Watson Research Centre (US)
››Quantitative transmission electron microscopy in liquids‹‹

Owen Saxton University of Cambridge (UK)
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Forty years of complex wave determination‹‹
Robert Sinclair Stanford University (US)
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HREM analysis of graphite-encapsulated metallic nanoparticles for possible medical applications, and recent aberration-corrected ETEM research‹‹
David Smith Arizona State University (US)
››Exploring aberration corrected electron microscopy imaging for oxide/semiconductor heterostructures‹‹
John Spence Arizona State University (US)
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XFELS vs EELS for time-resolved dynamics‹‹
Andreas Thust Jülich Research Centre (GERMANY)
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On the optical stability of high-resolution transmission electron microscopes‹‹
Knut Urban Jülich Research Centre (GERMANY)
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FTEM at atomic resolution in the chromatic aberration corrected transmission electron microscope‹‹
Dirk Van Dyck University of Antwerp (BELGIUM)
››From Stobbs factor to single particle Cryo-EM‹‹
Thomas Walther
University of Sheffield (UK)
››Measurement of chromatic aberration in  transmission electron microscopes with imaging filters‹‹
Masashi Watanabe Lehigh University (US)
››Toward quantitative analysis of atomic-resolution X-ray maps in an aberration-corrected scanning transmission electron microscope with a large solid-angle detector‹‹

   
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