Microscopy Characterisation of organic-inorganic Interfaces 2018
Scientific Organisers: Dr. Nadezda V. Tarakina (MPIKG), Dr. Andy Bushby (QMUL), Dr. Roland Fleck (KCL), Mr. Russell Bailey (QMUL), Dr. J.P. Patterson (TU/e), Prof. N.A.J.M. Sommerdijk (TU/e)
The meeting is dedicated to microscopy of materials comprised of both organic and inorganic constituents (in close proximity) and is aimed at bringing together experts from both the life science and materials science communities to address this challenging and increasingly important topic.
This year's focused lecture, taking place on the second day of the meeting "in situ liquid phase electron microscopy", is being organised by Prof Nico Sommerdijk from the Eindhoven University of Technology. Prof Sommerdijk is the scientific director of the Center for Multiscale Electron Microscopy and leads the Laboratory of Materials and Interface Chemistry at Eindhoven University of Technology.
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Day 1 - Microscopy Characterisation of Organic-Inorganic Interfaces
- 09:00Registration and coffee
- 10:00Discovering Organic-Inorganic Interfaces by Secondary Electron Hyperspectral Imaging, Dr Cornelia Rodenburg , University of Sheffield
- 10:30Correlative Electron and X-Ray Microscopy of Nanoparticle Transformations, Dr Angela Goode, Imperial College London
- 11:00Techno Bite - in-situ cameras for solids, liquids and interfaces
- 11:10Break (refreshments in trade exhibition room)
- 11:35Integrated Light and Electron Microscopy: Structural Context for Organic Molecules, Dr Jacob P. Hoogenboom, Delft University of Technology
- 12:00Infrared Nanospectroscopy – An Emerging Analytical Tool for Science and Technology, Dr Rainer Hillenbrand (s-SNOM) Ikerbasque Research Professor
- 12:30Fast and dose efficient electron tomography: acquiring tilt series in 5 seconds, Dr. Vadim Migunov, Ernst Ruska-Centre
- 13:00Lunch Break (buffet lunch in trade exhibition room with posters)
- 14:00Novel approaches and recent advances in three-dimensional cryo-electron microscopy - Prof. Jürgen M. Plitzko, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry
- 14:30New Insights into The Nanostructure and Composition of Bone and Teeth using Advanced Electron Microscopy, Dr Roland Kroeger, The University of York
- 15:00Techno Bite - Higher Resolution Imaging of Vitrified Biological Specimens. The first step in correlative light and electron microscopy
- 15:20Break (Refreshments in exhibition room)
- 15:40Caught in the act: magnetite biomineralization visualized in situ - Dr Tanya Prozorov, US Department of Energy
- 16:10Imaging Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Interfaces by Inline Electron Halography, Prof. Dr. Christoph Koch, Humboldt University of Berlin
- 16:40Techno Bite - An update on JEOL Cryo-TEM Development
- 16:50Techno Bite - iDPC STEM for High Contract Imaging in Low Dose Applications
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- 17:00Wine reception and buffet (posters and exhibition)
Day 2 - in situ liquid phase electron microscopy
- 09:00Registration and coffee
- 10:00The Spatially and Temporally Varying Chemical Environment During Liquid Cell Electron Microscopy, Dr Frances Ross, IBM, USA
- 10:40Real Time Imaging of Materials Transformations with Liquid Cell Electron Microscopy, Prof. Haimei Zheng, University of California
- 11:20Break (refreshments)
- 11:40Confined and Nearly-Free 3D Mobility of Silica, Titania and Gold Nanoparticles Studied with Liquid Phase Transmission Electron Microscopy, Dr Marijn van Huis, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
- 12:20Nanoscale Elemental Mapping in Liquids, Dr Sarah Haigh, University of Manchester
- 13:00Lunch Break (buffet lunch)
- 14:00Liquid-phase electron microscopy for studying membrane proteins and nanoparticles in intact cells, Dr Diana Peckys, Department of Biophysics, Saarland University, Homburg
- 14:40Liquid Phase Electron Microscopy of Soft Matter, Joe Patterson, Eindhoven University of Technology
- 15:20Break (refreshments)
- 15:40Using Sub-Sampling/Inpainting to Control the Kinetics and Observation Efficiency of Dynamic Processes in Liquids, Prof. Nigel Browning, University of Liverpool
- 16:20Concluding remarks, closing of the meeting
|Visualization of a Tissue Engineered "Bone": From the Millimetre to the Nanometre Scale - Anat Akiva, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands|
|Characterization of Inorganic-Organic Core-Shell Nanoparticles Using Electron Microscopy - Nathalie Claes, Electron Microscopy for Material Science (EMAT), University of Antwerp|
|Controlled Pore Architectures Through Co-Assembly of Silica and Polymer Based Nanoparticles - Deniz Eren, Eindhoven University of Technology|
|HRTEM Study of Fe-Co Oxide Nanoparticles Supported on Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for Bifunctional Catalysts - Iurii Ivanov, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, University of Cambridge|
|Gold Nanoparticle Growth in Liquid Cell Transmission Electron Microscopy: From a Systematic Study to Engineered Nanostructures - Debora Keller, Electron Microscopy Center, EMPA, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology|
|High Resolution Spectrum Imaging in Liquids with Engineered Graphene-Based Cells - Daniel Kelly, School of Materials, University of Manchester|
|A Fluidic Device for the Controlled Formation and Real-Time Monitoring of Soft Membranes Co-Assembled at Liquid Interfaces - Arturo Mendoza-Meinhardt, School of Engineering and Materials Science, Queen Mary University of London|
|Understanding the Structure Formation in Hierarchical Hybrid Materials Using Quantitative Cryo-Electron Tomography - Mohammad Moradi, Eindenhoven University of Technology|
|Microstructural Study of Junctions in Fe-based and NiFe Nanowires Encapsulated by Carbon Nanotube Radial Structures, Ibrar Muhammad, School of Physics and Astronomy, Queen Mary University of London|
|Towards Understanding the Molecular Mechanism of Ion Infiltration in Liquid Crystal Membranes - Bernette Oosterlaken, Eindenhoven University of Technology|
|Platinum-Based Pharmaceuticals at Atomic Resolution in the STEM - Alex Sheader, Department of Materials, University of Oxford|
|Life Science Application with Plasma FIB - Jérémie Silvent, Orsay Physics, Fuveau, France|
|Designing Dynamic yet Highly Stable Peptide Nanotubes from Block Copolypeptide Sequences - Mark Van Rijt, Laboratory of Materials and Interface Chemistry and Center for Multiscale Electron Microscopy, Eindenhoven University of Technology|
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