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EMS sponsored events

EMS has designed several ways in which the society supports the organisation of microscopy related events within Europe. Next to the well-defined involvement in the organisation of the quadrennial European Microscopy Congresses (EMC series, successor of EUREM) and the explicit support of the EMS extensions EMS also supports local microscopy related meetings, schools, courses etc.. At present this support includes financial sponsoring to cover part of the costs of two invited lecturers, assistance in electronic distribution of information about the meeting to the extended EMS membership, etc...

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

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  • Joint Meeting of the Spanish and Portuguese Microscopy Societies

    16 to 19 June 2009
    Segovia – Spain

    EMS sponsored lectures in Segovia


  • SCANDEM 2009

    08 to 10 June 2009
    Reykjavik – Iceland

    Organization: SCANDEM

    EMS sponsored lectures in Reykjavik

    • Stefan W. Hell (the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen):
      • "Far-Field Optical Nanoscopy"
    • Martha R. McCartney (Department of Physics, Arizona State University):
      • "Nanoscale Imaging of Electric and Magnetic Fields by Off-Axis Electron Holography"

  • QEM2009 Workshop

    17 to 29 May 2009
    Saint-Aygulf – France

    Organization: ESTEEM, CEMES-CNRS

    EMS sponsored lectures in Saint-Aygulf

    • F. Hofer (Graz)
    • M. Lehmann (Berlin)

  • 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"

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