First day
08:00 Registration
08:55 Welcome
09:00 Prof. Dr. Peter Fratzl
"Multi-method imaging of bone tissues”,
Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany
09:40 Dr. Hiroshi Jinnai
"Direct observation of organic-inorganic interface using electron tomography and AFM",
Tohoku University, Japan
Dr. M. Falke
"Quantitative element mapping with EDX"
10:35 Break (refreshments in the technical exhibition room)
11:05 Prof. Dr. Derk Joester
“Chemical Imaging of Gradients and Interphases in Vertebrate Tooth Enamel”,
Northwestern University, USA
11:45 Prof. Dr. Christian Kumpf
"Low Energy Electron Microscopy: A tool for real-time investigation of growth phenomena and phase transitions at surfaces",
Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Dr. J. Persson
"JEOL TEM: Recent advances"
Dr. D. Stroppa

"Recent advancements in STEM technology"
12:55 Lunch break
14:00 Prof. Dr. Dagmar Gerthsen
"Correlative STEM and SEM imaging of organic solar cells in a scanning electron microscope",
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
14:40 Dr. Damien Alloyeau
"Challenges and Opportunities in Transmission Electron Microscopy for Revealing the Fate of Inorganic Nanomaterials in the Body",
University Paris Diderot-Paris 7, France
15:20 Dr. Wouter van den Broek
"Prospects for lowering beam damage with compressed sensing in TEM",
Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
16:00 Break (refreshments in the technical exhibition room)
16:30 Prof. Dr. R. J. Dwayne Miller
"Mapping Atomic Motions with Ultrabright Electrons: Fundamental Space-Time Limits to Imagine Chemistry and Biological Processes",
Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Germany
17:10 Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Fink
"Holography with low-energy electrons: a tool for single molecule structural biology",
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Dr. J. Simon
STEM at 30 kV – a new approach to organic and inorganic materials"
Dr. A. Pakzad
"K3 IS: Making Every Electron Count"
18:20 Poster session
sponsored by
19:00 Dinner
20:00 Poster session/Open discussion
Second day
08:55 Welcome from the chairperson
09:00 Dr. Christopher J Russo
"The energy dependence of contrast and damage in electron cryomicroscopy of biological molecules",
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK
09:40 Prof. Dr. Yu Han
“High-resolution TEM of electron beam-sensitive crystalline materials”
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
10:20 Break
10:50 Prof. Dr. Harald Rose
"Minimum-dose phase-contrast tomography by successive numerical optical sectioning employing the aberration-corrected STEM and a pixelated detector"
Ulm University, Germany
11:30 Prof. Dr. Lena F. Kourkoutis
"Mapping Physical, Chemical and Electronic Structure of Soft-Hard Interfaces by cryo-STEM"
Cornell University, USA
12:10 Lunch Break
13:20 Dr. Lothar Houben
"Cryo-scanning transmission electron microscopy of biological materials"
The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
14:00 Dr. Tom Willhammar
“Revealing structural details of organic & inorganic materials using electron diffraction”
Stockholm University, Sweden
14:40 Break
15:10 Prof. Dr. Mihály Pósfai
"Interfaces of interest in environmental mineralogy"
University of Pannonia, Hungary
15:50 Prof. Dr. Jo Verbeeck
“Experimental strategies for beam damage reduction in the TEM”
University of Antwerp, Belgium
16:20 Concluding remarks, Poster prize,
Closing of the meeting