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EMS News

EM Award 2016

Award winners

In January of this year, 10 of our finest colleagues were nominated for the prestigious quadrennial European Microscopy Award (EMAward). The jury has now come to a final decision.

  • Dr. Angus Kirkland (Oxford) was selected as the winner of the Materials Sciences award (including instrumental and methodological developments) for outstanding achievements in theoretical and instrumental areas such as pioneering exit-wave reconstruction, EM ptychography and detector design.

  • Dr. Niels de Jonge (Leibniz) was selected as the winner of the Life Sciences award (including instrumental and methodological developments) for outstanding achievements in instrumentation to enable liquid in-situ experiments for the life sciences and nanotechnology.

Each award comes with a plaque and a price of 3.000 euro sponsored by JEOL.

Both winners will deliver a 30 min. award lecture at emc2016 in Lyon on Thursday September 1 between 14:00 and 15:30 and write a contribution for the next EMS Yearbook:

  • Angus Kirkland: Exit Wavefunction Reconstruction:  Current Status, Future Prospects and Applications to Materials Systems

  • Niels de Jonge: Scanning transmission electron microscopy of eukaryotic cells in liquid
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