10:00 - 16:30, Central 4, Monday 3 July, Manchester Central
Scientific Organiser: Dr Jun Yuan
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Modern high resolution (scanning) transmission electron microscopes (STEM/TEM) are increasingly controlled digitally. Image/spectroscopy data acquisition is also largely performed by sophisticated computer software and the analysis is often aided with the realistic simulations. To extract maximum useful information, efficiently and accurately, it becomes ever important that one needs to understand, thus use effectively, the software that enables such precise control of the analytical process as well as the quantitative scrutiny of the microscopic data.
This EMAG organized pre-congress workshop aims to introduce some of the commonly used image/spectral analysis and simulation software by experts in high-resolution STEM/TEM electron microscopy and microanalysis. It will consist a mixture of basic introduction and practical demonstration. The course would be suitable for 1st and 2nd year postgraduate students/postdoctoral researchers working in the area of high-resolution electron microscopy/spectroscopy. It would also be useful to experienced researchers who are interested in refreshing their knowledge with the latest developments and sharing their best practices.
View the provisional programme below:
- 10:00 Reception and Coffee
- 10:15 Quentin Ramasse - High-resolution image simulation, QSTEM from user prospective
- 11:15 Francisco de la Pena - Multi-dimensional electron microscopy data analysis with HyperSpy
- 12:45 Lunch Break
- 13:45 Lewys Jones - Multi-frame Image and Spectrum Alignment in STEM
- 14:30 Sandra Van Aert / Karel van den Bos - StatSTEM: model-based quantification of (S)TEM images
You can register to attend this workshop when you register to attend the mmc2017 and EMAG 2017 conference.