This event will be taking place between
Tuesday 1 March - Wednesday 2 March 2022
13:00 - 20:20 GMT | 14:00 - 21:20 CET | 08:00 - 15:20 EST
Invited Speaker: Liane G. Benning - Bio-Geo-Material Interfaces on Earth Sciences Tuesday @ 1:45 PM
Invited Speaker: Miaofang Chi - Assessing LN2 Cooled Cryogenic Stages for Atomic Resolution and 4D-STEM Imaging Wednesday @ 6:10 PM
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Invited Speaker: Lucy Collinson - volume CLEM: Bigger, better, faster, more... Tuesday @ 7:00 PM
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Invited Speaker: Martial Duchamp - Operando and in situ in a TEM imaging in a cryogenic temperature range Wednesday @ 1:05 PM
Talk Title: Cryogenic EELS at the atomic scale
Cornell University School of Applied and Engineering Physics
Bio: Berit H. Goodge is a PhD Candidate in the School of Applied and Engineering Physics at Cornell University, where she has also been recognized as a Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science Webb Fellow, a Microscopy and Microanalysis Student Scholar, and a Trevor R. Cuykendall Memorial Outstanding Teaching Assistant. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in physics from Carleton College. Beyond her scientific research, Berit works with the Cornell Center for Materials Research developing K-12 classroom kits to teach concepts of physics, materials, and microscopy and chairs Cornell’s Expanding Your Horizons Conference, an annual event engaging 500 middle- and high-school student attendees to encourage the discovery and pursuit of their own passions in STEM.
Invited Speaker: Berit Goodge - Cryogenic EELS at the atomic scale Wednesday @ 7:00 PM
Invited Speaker: Stig Helveg - Imaging chemical processes at the atomic-scale Tuesday @ 3:10 PM
Talk Title: Nanoscale Electrode Interfaces Revealed with Cryo-Electron Microscopy
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Bio: Dr. Jungjohann joined NREL in 2021, after starting her career within DOE’s Nanoscale Science Research Centers, including the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies and the Center for Functional Nanomaterials. Her research began with liquid-cell scanning / transmission electron microscopy (S/TEM) of nanoparticle synthesis and catalytic nanoparticles. During her tenure at Sandia National Laboratories, she worked heavily on Li-metal anode characterization using in-situ electrochemical S/TEM and cryogenic electron microscopy methods. In addition, she led two development projects to advance in-situ S/TEM capabilities. Dr. Jungjohann supported research on an array of user projects that required in-situ S/TEM (electrical biasing, electrochemistry, heating, heating in liquids, cryogenic, straining, and environmental TEM). She now supports her group’s role in providing advanced analytical microscopy and imaging characterization to NREL and NREL’s collaborators.
Invited Speaker: Katherine Jungjohann - Nanoscale Electrode Interfaces Revealed with Cryo-Electron Microscopy Wednesday @ 1:45 PM
Invited Speaker: Ulrich Lorenz - Towards Microsecond Time-Resolved Cryo-Electron Microscopy Tuesday @ 5:30 PM
Research Centre Jülich
Penghan Lu is currently working in Prof. Rafal Dunin-Borkowski’s group at the Ernst Ruska-Centre for Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Electrons in Research Centre Jülich. His current research activities mostly focus on methodology and instrumentation development for electron microscopy, particularly by applying non-conventional optical setup and custom-designed hardware components to specific applications. This includes, but not limited to, low-dose electron phase contrast imaging (iDPC, ptychography, holography, etc.) for challenging materials and biological specimen characterisation, as well as electron beam shaping using thin film masks and structured electromagnetic fields for aberration correction, phase plate, vortex beam, structured illumination, etc. His research interests also involve cryogenic electron microscopy, in situ electron microscopy, as well as micro- and nano-fabrication using electron beam lithography and focused ion beam.
Invited Speaker: Penghan Lu - Dose- and sampling- efficient electron phase contrast imaging Tuesday @ 6:10 PM
Talk Title: 4D-STEM of soft materials
University of California, Berkeley
Bio: Andrew Minor is a Professor at the University of California, Berkeley in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and also holds a joint appointment at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where he is the Facility Director of the National Center for Electron Microscopy in the Molecular Foundry. He received a B.A. in Economics and Mechanical Engineering from Yale University and his MS and Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from U.C. Berkeley. He has co-authored over 235 publications and presented over 135 invited talks on topics such as nanomechanics, lightweight alloy development, characterization of soft materials and in situ TEM technique development. His honors include the LBL Materials Science Division Outstanding Performance Award (2006 & 2010), the AIME Robert Lansing Hardy Award from TMS (2012) and the Burton Medal from the Microscopy Society of America (2015).
Invited Speaker: Andrew Minor - 4D-STEM of soft materials Wednesday @ 5:30 PM
Invited Speaker: Utkur Mirsaidov - Visualizing Bottom-up and Top-down Formation of Nanomaterials in Liquids with Transmission Electron Microscopy Tuesday @ 1:05 PM
Graduated from The University of Melbourne Ph.D. 1999 Theoretical Physics
1999- 2001 Research Fellow Grade 1 (Level A), School of Physics, The University of Melbourne
2002-2004 A.R.C. Research Fellow, School of Physics, The University of Melbourne
2005-2008 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2008-2015 Research Associate Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.
2015-present R&D Staff, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
Research Interests: Image simulation in the S/TEM. Phase retrieval. Structure determination. Electron energy loss simulations for core and low loss EELS.
Invited Speaker: Mark Oxley - Denoising Electron Energy Loss Spectra using Convolutional Autoencoders Wednesday @ 7:40 PM
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Invited Speaker: Robert Thorne, Physical Aspects of Sample Preparation for Single-Particle Cryo-EM Wednesday @ 3:10 PM