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  • Winterschool 2009: Practical course in advanced microscopy

    10 to 16 January 2009
    ETHZ and UNI – Zurich – Switzerland

    EMS sponsored lecture in Zurich

    • Heinz Schwarz , Max-Planck-Institut Tübingen
      • "Immunolabelled ultrathin sections"

  • LEEMPEEM 6

    07 to 11 September 2008
    Trieste – Italy

    Organization: LEEMPEEM

    EMS sponsored lectures in Trieste

    • A. R. Faruqi (MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, U.K):
      • "Principles and prospects of direct high resolution electron image acquisition with CMOS detectors at low energies"
    • E. Bauer (Arizona State University, Arizona, USA):
      • "Past and future of LEEM and PEEM"

  • 14th European Microscopy Congress

    01 to 05 September 2008
    Eurogress Centre – Aachen – Germany

    A "Declaration of Intend" was signed early 2005 by all parties involved (EMS, DGE, RWTH, IFSM) followed by the signing of a formal agreement by all parties at the end of September 2005 !

    On April 10, 2006, EMS has signed a contract with Eveni Conference Management for the on-line management of registration, abstract submission and refereeing at future EMC and other events organized by or in collaboration with EMS. We are convinced that this is a major step in the support that EMS will be giving to European scientists in organizing local, regional or international meetings.

    EMS is looking for candidates for the organization of the 15th European Microscopy Congress EMC 2012. With the growing interest in microscopy, EMC is looking for congress sites capable of accommodating around 1500 attendants following up to 10 parallel sessions plus a commercial space of around 2000 m 2 (incl. walking space). Applications have to be sent to the EMS Secretary by January 31, 2008, according to the stipulations listed in point F.2 of the By-Laws of the Constitutions. The final venue will be decided by the General Council which will meet in Aachen during EMC 2008. 


  • EMBO practical course on Developmental Imaging

    23 to 30 June 2008
    Oeiras – Portugal

    Organisation: EMBO

    EMS sponsored lectures in Oeiras


  • XIIIth International Conference on Electron Microscopy

    08 to 11 June 2008
    Zakopane – Poland

    EMS sponsored lectures in Zakopane

    • Knut Urban (Research Centre Jülich Institute of Solid State):
      • "Aberration-Corrected Electron Microscopy - at the Frontier of Materials Science in Atomic Dimensions"
    • Philippe Buffat (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale Lausanne):
      • "Irradiation effects under intense probes and beams in modern microscopes"

  • SCANDEM 2008

    02 to 04 June 2008
    Lyngby – Denmark

    Organisation: SCANDEM

    EMS sponsored lectures in Lyngby

    • Frank Muecklich (Saarland University, Germany):
      • "Microstructural tomography"
    • Rainer Heintzmann (King's College London, UK):
      • "Live cell imaging"

  • 3rd Serbian Congress for Microscopy

    25 to 28 September 2007
    Belgrade

    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

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