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EMS extensions

EMS has designed several ways in which the society supports the organisation of microscopy related events in Europe. Next to the well-defined involvement in the organisation of the quadrennial European Microscopy Congresses (EMC series, successor of EUREM) EMS also explicitly supports extended regional meetings organised by at least two national or one regional European society. At present this support includes financial sponsoring to cover the costs of two invited lecturers, assistance in electronic distribution of information about the meeting to the extended EMS membership, support in arranging contacts and contracts with the ECMA (EMS corporate members), use of a road-map for organising international microscopy meetings, etc.. In the near future EMS expects to be able to offer more extended services including on-line abstract submission, proceedings printing, insurance, ... Meetings receiving the latter type of support agree to be referred to as "EMS extension", a term which indicates the strong involvement of and support from EMS. In principle, EMS expects to be involved in a single EMS extension per year, but on exceptional cases more than one extension can be supported in a given year providing the societies involved do not cover overlapping geographical areas. In principle, no extension will be organized in the year of an EMC congress.

Eligibility criteria, the procedure for requesting the status of EMS extension etc. are given on a separate page.

Below the EMS extensions for the coming years as well as those in previous years are listed.

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  • 8 th Multinational Congress on Microscopy

    17 to 21 June 2007
    Prague – Czech Republic

    Organisation: ASEM, CSEM, CMS, HSM, SISM, SDEM

    EMS lectures at Prague:

    • Prof. Archie Howie (Department of Physics, University of Cambridge, UK) : Extrapolating from fifty years of dislocation imaging - reaching into the core 
    • Dr. Ondrej Krivanek (Nion, Seattle, USA) : Aberration-corrected nano-analysis 
    • Prof. Ueli Aebi (M.E. Müller Institute, Biozentrum, University of Basel, Switzerland) : Microscopy in biomedicine

  • NVvM and BVM/SBM joint meeting

    26 to 28 November 2006
    Lunteren – Netherlands

    Organisation: NVvM, BVM/SBM

    EMS lectures at Lunteren:

    • M. Rogers (Graz University of Technology, Austria): The FIB a versatile tool in Materials and Life Science 
    • R. Brydson (University of Leeds, UK): The structure and chemistry of nanoparticulates and implications for toxicity

  • Dreil√§ndertagung Microscopy Conference

    28 August to 02 September 2005
    Davos – Switzerland

    Organisation: SSOM, DGE, ÖSEM

    EMS lectures at Davos:

    • H.-J. Güntherodt (University of Basel, Switzerland): 25 years of SPM (Scanning Probe Microscopy) - impact on nanoscale science
    • K. Urban (Ernst Ruska Centre, Jülich, Germany): Atomic Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy

  • 6th Multinational Congress on Microscopy

    01 to 05 June 2003
    Hotel Histria – Pula – Croatia


  • Trinoculaire Joint Microscopy Meeting (France, Switzerland, Belgium, The Netherlands)

    25 to 28 June 2002
    Lille – France


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