3D Tissue Models
Past, present and future of (S)TEM and its applications
3, rue Michel-Ange
PARIS, Centre

   Albert Fert, Sumio Iijima, Catherine Brechignac, Pulikel Ajayan,
   Cheng-Hsuan Chen, Alan Craven, Archie Howie, Helmut Kohl, Ondrej
   Krivanek, Richard Leapman, David Muller, Steve Pennycook, John Spence,
   Pierre Sudraud, Kazu Suenaga, Akira Tonomura, Daniel Ugarte

   Past, present and future of (S) TEM and its applications

   This conference in honour of Christian Colliex will feature eminent
   speakers from diverse backgrounds who will present the historical
   developments and the challenges for the future across the many domains
   to which Christian has contributed:

     *  Spatially-resolved electron energy-loss spectroscopy

     *  Instrumental developments in electron and ion microscopy

     *  Elastic and inelastic coherence

     *  Biological applications

     *  Interface physics

     *  Nanotubes

     *  Clusters
       The conference will be held in Paris at the CNRS headquarters from
       June 9th to June 11th 2010 . The number of participants will be
       limited to 150 people. All the oral contributions will be invited.
       To encourage open communication, poster sessions will be

   3, rue Michel-Ange, PARIS, Centre, 75016, France

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Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, June 9, 2010
09:30:00 Registration at the CNRS headquarters
10:00:00 Opening speech and introduction
10:15:00 EELS Session 1
10:20:00 EELS for the solid-state physicist Cheng-Hsuan Chen
10:45:00 Spectroscopy at the Atomic Level: Past, Present and Future Steve Pennycook
11:15:00 Delocalization Effects in the Elastic and Inelastic Scattering of Electrons Archie Howie
11:45:00 Break
12:00:00 Spintronics: fundamentals and emerging directions Albert Fert
12:45:00 Lunch
14:00:00 Instrumental Session
14:05:00 Focused electrons: sub-Å beams, sub-eV energy resolution Ondrej Krivanek
14:30:00 Focussed ions: birth of a technology Pierre Sudraud
15:00:00 First young researcher presentation
15:15:00 Break/Poster Session
16:00:00 Elastic and inelastic coherence Session
16:05:00 Observing vortices in superconductors using electron waves Akira Tonomura
16:30:00 Image formation by inelastically scattered electrons Helmut Kohl
17:00:00 Fast electron sources and fast imaging John Spence
17:30:00 Free Time
21:00:00 Cocktail in Ecoles des Mines
Thursday, June 10, 2010
09:30:00 Reception at CNRS headquarters
10:00:00 EELS Session 2
10:05:00 From apprentice to master – developments in STEM-EELS Alan Craven
10:30:00 Imaging the Electronic Structure of Interfaces David Muller
11:00:00 Break/Poster Session
11:45:00 Second young researcher presentation
12:00:00 Extended talk | cluster physics Catherine Brechignac
12:45:00 Lunch
14:00:00 Applications Session 1
14:05:00 Single molecular imaging and single atom spectroscopy Kazu Suenaga
14:30:00 Probing biological structures using STEM, EELS and energy filtering Richard Leapman
15:00:00 Third young researcher presentation
15:15:00 Break/Poster Session
16:00:00 Presentation by the French Microscopy Society
17:00:00 Free Time
21:00:00 Banquet in Le Train Bleu
Friday, June 11, 2010
09:30:00 Reception at CNRS headquarters
10:00:00 Applications Session 2
10:05:00 Microscopy for Materials Scientists: Carbon nanotubes and Beyond Pulikel Ajayan
10:30:00 Manipulation & characterization of individual nanosystems by in-situ electron microscopy experiemnts in a tropical environment Daniel Ugarte
11:00:00 Break
11:45:00 Extended talk | The 40 Years of High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy of Materials Science Sumio Iijima
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