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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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  • EM and CryoEM workshop @ Technion

    22 to 25 February 2015
    Haifa – Israel

    EMS sponsored lecture in Haifa

    • Louisa Meshi (Beer-Sheva University, Department of Materials Engineering, Israel)
      • “Introduction to Crystallography”

  • Winterschool 2015, Practical course in advanced 3D microscopy

    18 to 23 January 2015
    Zurich – Switzerland

  • Second Conference on In-Situ and Correlative Electron Microscopy

    14 and 15 October 2014
    Saarbrücken – Germany

    EMS sponsored lecture in Saarbrücken

    • Wolfgang Baumeister (Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried/Germany)
      • “Electron Cryomicroscopy ex situ and in situ”

  • XV International Conference on Electron Microscopy

    15 to 18 September 2014
    Cracow – Poland

    EMS sponsored lecture in Kraków

    • Bart Goris (University of Antwerp)
      • “High resolution 3D imaging of nanomaterials”
    • Paul Midgley (University of Cambridge)
      • “New Developments in Electron Crystallography: Molecular Motion and 3D Orientation Mapping”

  • 9th International conference on charged particle optics (CPO)

    31 August to 05 September 2014
    Brno – Czech Republic

    EMS sponsored lecture in Brno

    • Gerd Schoenhense (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz )
      • “Fast k-space tomography of electronic bands using time-of-flight based cathode-lens microscopy”
    • Rudolf M. Tromp (IBM Watson Center, Yorktown Heights)
      • “Towards 1.5λ resolution with low energy electrons”

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