| Dates|| Meeting/Course and Short Synopsis |
Local Date/Time is: 2020 / 1 / 25 @ 13:29
|Feb 03, 2020|
Feb 07, 2020
|Title:||12th Asia Pacific Microscopy Conference (APMC-2020)|
|Sponsor:||CAPSM–Committee of Asia-Pacific Society for Microscopy, EMSI-Electron Microscope Society of India (E|
|Location:||Hyderabad International Convention Centre , Hyderabad INDIA|
- Light/Optical IR/Raman Near Field Scanning Probe SPM STM AFM MFM SEM TEM STEM EBSD Lorentz Insitu AEM EDS WDS AES SIM FIM AtomProbe FIB X-Ray Microscopy XRF XRD XAFS Computational TPM/TPC
- Electron Microscope Society of India (EMSI), affiliated to International Federation of Societies for Microscopy (IFSM) is organizing the 12th Asia Pacific Microscopy Conference during 03-07 February, 2020 at Hyderabad, India. The APMC is organized every four years under the auspices of CAPSM–Committee of Asia-Pacific Society for Microscopy. It is anticipated that over a thousand scientists, researchers and students from across the world will be attending. There will be ten parallel sessions along with plenary and keynote lectures by world-renowned speakers to present the advancements in microscopy. A large-scale interactive exhibition where industry will exhibit contemporary technologies will be held.
|Apr 06, 2020|
Apr 09, 2020
- Scanning Probe SPM AFM
- We are delighted to announce registrations for our AFM course in April 2020 have just opened!
Our course has been running since 2011, and is aimed at researchers who want to learn about atomic force microscopy, including practical skills, theory, different modes, sample preparation, data analysis and more.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries or to book your place now. More details at afmhelp.com/course
|May 31, 2020|
Jun 05, 2020
- SEM LVSEM TEM CBED TED EBSD AEM SIMS FIB X-Ray Microscopy XRD
In the world of big-time, small-scale characterization, the Lehigh Microscopy School has been leading the way for 50 years, and shows no signs of slowing down.
May 31-June 5, 2020, the School will mark its 50th year since Professor Joe Goldstein founded the annual week long session to keep colleagues and professionals abreast of the absolute state-of-the-art in electron microscopy.