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Advanced Techniques in TEM Sample Preparation  

Organizers: Jeanne Ayache and Karla Balzuweit

Contact: karlaweit@gmail.com

Abstract: The use of the up-to-date TEM microscopes needs more than ever an excellent quality of the samples to be analyzed. In addition, the increase of the physical properties analysis studies by TEM makes the sample preparation a great challenge for nanomaterials. This workshop is devoted to scientists interested in sample preparation techniques of various types of materials, to answer to material science or biology problems. It will bring overviews of the newest knowledge in sample preparation in material science, biology, as well as common techniques to biology and physics. It contains applications from soft to hard samples as biological materials, polymers, metals, ceramics, minerals, composites, from the state of single particle nanomaterials to bulk and multilayer's. A series of lectures will be offered:

1) Introductory lecture – Jeanne Ayache
2) Cryo-techniques – Daniele Spehner
3) FIB and Cryo FIB for Materials Science and Biology – Karla Balzuweit
and Danièle Spehner
4) Tripod polishing - Laetitia Rapenne
5) Cryo ultramicrotomy for biology and polymers - Danièle Spehner
6) Ultramicrotomy for material science and Polymers - Danièle Laub
7) Dispersion of nanoparticles including staining techniques and glow
discharge for Material Science and Biology - Danièle Laub/Jeanne Ayache
8) Correlative Microscopy – Bruno Humbel
9) Novelties in sample preparation – Jeanne Ayache/Bruno Humbel/Danièle
Laub/Danièle Spehner/Karla Balzuweit/Laetitia Rapenne

Date: Two day workshop, September 13-14, 2014, from 9:00AM to 5:30PM
Detailed Schedule (.pdf)

Venue: Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague, Viničná 7, Prague 2

Minimal number of participant: 60

Registration fee: 90 EUR (included coffee breaks, two lunches and workshop materials)

 

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