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  • 3rd Serbian Congress for Microscopy

    25 to 28 September 2007

    Organization: SCM

    EMS sponsored lectures in Belgrade

    • Ray Smallman (University of Birmingham, UK)
    • Gustaaf Van Tendeloo (University of Antwerp, Belgium)

  • EMAG 2007

    03 to 07 September 2007
    Glasgow – United Kingdom

    Organization: EMAG

    EMS sponsored lectures in Glasgow

    • Christian Colliex (Université de Paris-Sud, France)
    • Michael M.J. Treacy (Arizona State University, USA)

  • SCANDEM 2007

    18 to 20 June 2007
    Espoo – Finland

    Organization: SCANDEM

    EMS sponsored lectures in Espoo

    • J. Lucocq (University of Dundee, Scotland)
    • R. Dunin-Borkowski (University of Cambridge, UK)

  • 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

  • 3rd CHIRALTEM workshop

    31 May and 01 June 2007
    Trieste – Italy

  • Focus on Microscopy 2007

    10 to 13 April 2007
    Valencia – Spain

    Organization: University of Valencia, University of Amsterdam

    EMS sponsored lectures in Valencia

    • Cees Otto (Biophysical Techniques Group, Enschede, The Netherlands)

  • 14th Conference and Workshop on Electron Backscatter Diffraction

    26 to 28 March 2007
    New Lanarkshire, Scotland – United Kingdom

    Organization: RMS

    EMS sponsored lectures in New Lanarkshire

    • Peter Konijnenberg (Denmark)
    • Aimo Winkelmann (Max-Planck-Institut, Germany)

  • EMAT Winter Workshop on Transmission Electron Microscopy

    17 to 26 January 2007
    Antwerp – Belgium

    Organization: EMAT, ESTEEM project

    EMS sponsored lectures in Antwerp

    • Jean Paul Morniroli (Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France):
      • "Electron diffraction and CBED"

  • 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


    27 to 29 September 2006
    Vienna – Austria

    Organization: ASEM, University of Vienna

    EMS sponsored lectures in Vienna

    • Andrew Bleloch (SuperStem, Daresbury, UK)
    • Helmut Kohl (University of Münster, Germany)

  • School on structure determination by the combination of X-ray powder diffraction and Electron Crystallography

    01 to 04 August 2006
    Antwerp – Belgium

    Organization: University of Antwerp, EMAT

    EMS sponsored lectures in Antwerp

    • L. Marks (Northwestern University, USA)
    • L. Meshi (Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel)

  • Microscience 2006

    27 to 29 June 2006
    London – United Kingdom

    Organization: RMS

    EMS sponsored lectures in London

    • S. McDanels (NASA, USA)
    • T. Schaeffer (Center for Nanotechnology & Physikalisches Institut, Universität Münster, Germany)

  • 12th WIEN2k workshop & 2nd CHIRALTEM workshop

    19 to 23 April 2006
    Vienna – Austria

    Organization: Vienna University of Technology, CHIRALTEM project

    EMS sponsored lectures in Vienna

    • G. Botton (McMaster University, Canada)
    • L. Reining (Ecole Polytechnique, France)

  • Quantitative Electron Microscopy 2005

    25 September to 07 October 2005
    Saint-Aygulf – France

    Organization: Center for Material Elaboration & Structural Studies (CEMES), CNRS

    EMS sponsored lectures in St. Aygulf

    • H. Lichte (Dresden University of Technology, Germany):
      • "High resolution electron holography"

  • EMAG-NANO 2005

    31 August 2005 to 02 September 2008
    Leeds – United Kingdom

    Organization: EMAG, Institute of Physics

    EMS sponsored lectures in Leeds

    • F. Besenbacher (Aarhus University, Denmark):
      • "Dynamics of nanostructures on surfaces revealed by high resolution, fast scanning STM"

  • Dreiländertagung 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

  • XIIth International Conference on Electron Microscopy of Solids

    05 to 09 June 2005
    Kazimierz Dolny – Poland

    Organization: Institute of Electron Technology, Warsaw, Polish Society for Microscopy, Polish Materials Society

    EMS sponsored lectures in Kazimierz Dolny

    • P.A. Midgley (University of Cambridge, UK):
      • "Electron tomography of nanoparticles and nanocrystals"
    • F. Phillipp (MPI, Stuttgart, Germany):
      • "In-situ high voltage atomic resolution electron microscopy"

  • Flow Cytometry Course, 4 – 8 September 2023

    23 2004 to 08 September 2023
    York – United Kingdom

    This Flow Cytometry Course is aimed at both clinical applications and applications in cell biology, with the common fundamentals covered on Day 1 and 2. The course then splits into clinical applications and applications in cell biology streams, from practical demonstrations to lectures highlighting not just the applications, but best practise as well.
    The course is constructed as a set of three modules. You can elect to attend the course from between two to five days, depending on the modules selected. 
    The modules consist of lectures interspersed with sessions in the laboratory. It is anticipated that instruments from two manufacturers will be available for practical work.
    This course is open to all and is suitable for those who are relatively new to flow cytometry and who wish to expand their experience with applications and specific analysis.

  • 13th European Microscopy Congress (former EUREM)

    22 to 27 August 2004
    Groenenborger complex – Antwerpen – Belgium

    Owing to the developments in Near East it was agreed during an EMS General Assembly in Lecce, September 2002, that in January and April 2002, the EMS should stepwise decide on a possible change of venue. To all parties involved it was clear that the situation in Jerusalem, where the meeting was planned to be held, was such that there was real doubt that a congress in this city would be successful. The EMS president sent a letter to all European Societies for Microscopy, asking for their help in taking over the work done so far by the Israeli Organizing Committee. The Executive Board of EMS received three proposals and on the 18 th of April, a telephone conference was organised in which all members of the Executive Board participated. After this discussion, the unanimous decision was taken to accept the offer of the Belgian Society to organize EMC 2004 (European Microscopy Congress) in Antwerpen. The date of the Congress has not been changed: August 22-27, 2004. Presently, the International Advisory Board is being composed, and soon the agreement between EMS and the Organising Committee in Antwerpen will be signed. The First Announcement will be distributed at ICEM15 in Durban. We have to thank our Israeli colleagues for all the work they have done in preparation of EMC 2004 and express the hope that peace will be restored in the area soon.

    Download a short report published in GIT Verlag Imaging & Microscopy (4/2004).

  • 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

  • 5th Multinational Congress on Electron Microscopy

    20 to 25 September 2001
    Lecce – Italy

  • 12th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    09 to 14 July 2000
    Brno Trade Fairs and Exhibitions – Brno – Czech Republic

  • 11th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    26 to 30 August 1996
    Dublin – Ireland

  • 10th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    07 to 11 September 1992
    Granada – Spain

  • 9th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    04 to 09 September 1988
    York – United Kingdom

  • 8th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    13 to 18 August 1984
    Budapest – Hungary

  • 7th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    24 to 29 August 1980
    The Hague – Netherlands

  • 6th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    14 to 20 September 1976
    Tal International – Jerusalem – Israel

  • 5th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    05 to 12 September 1972
    Manchester – United Kingdom

  • 4th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    01 to 07 September 1968
    Rome – Italy

  • 3th European Congress on Electron Microscopy

    26 August to 03 September 1964
    Prague – Czech Republic

  • 2nd European Regional Conference on Electron Microscopy

    29 August to 03 September 1960
    Delft – Netherlands

  • 1st European Regional Conference on Electron Microscopy

    15 to 19 August 1956
    Stockholm – Sweden

  • Getting the most from your Confocal Course

    00 November 0000 to 11 July 2024
    University of York – York – United Kingdom

    This two day annual confocal course, held at the University of York, utilises many different sample types and fluorescent probes (DNA stains, classic antibody labels and fluorescent proteins) which are chosen to best demonstrate particular problems and techniques. Focus is always on the techniques they enable and the problems they generate, which will be applicable to any sample types. The two days consist of short tutorials followed by hands-on practice.

    Day 1 takes participants through the basic principles of confocal microscopy and then trains them, through hands-on practice, how to configure and image multicolour, multidimensional samples using a confocal microscope.

    Day 2 builds on the experience of Day 1 and enables participants to try FRAP and spectral profiling.

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