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New Frontiers in Electron Microscopy

  Updated on September 1st 2021   
ROOM 8
MICROSCOPY, CHARACTERIZATION AND IMAGE ANALYSIS

 Special Event

New Frontiers in Electron Microscopy

 

September 22

Chair: Marco VITTORI ANTISARI, NanoItaly Association

 

Co-organized with

 JEOL  Sapienza completa 400         

Ultrafast Electron Microscopy (UEM) is a newly developed experimental technique for nanoscale dynamic visualization of matter. UEM has been pioneered by Nobel Laureate Ahmed H. Zewail (Chemistry, 1999) and is based on a modified TEM coupled to a femtosecond pulsed laser. The technique combines the high spatial resolution of a TEM with the high temporal resolution of a pulsed laser, providing an enhanced spatiotemporal resolution of several orders of magnitude larger than conventional optical and electron techniques. For nanoscience, this approach has unique advantages with respect to conventional methods. The high versatility of this configuration can provide the direct probing of atomic motions, the real-space evolution of single particles, as well as the dynamics of low- and high-energy material excitations, such as plasmons and excitons.

 
September 22
16:00 - 17:30
New Frontiers in Electron Microscopy
SE.IV.1 - TT.IV.H

Co-organized with JEOL & Sapienza University of Rome
Chair: Marco VITTORI ANTISARI, NanoItaly Association
SE.IV.1
TT.IV.H.1
Keynote Lecture
Fabrizio CARBONE - CV
EPFL, Losanna, Switzerland
Transmission electron microscopy with engineered electrons
CARBONE Fabrizio
SE.IV.2
TT.IV.H.2
Giovanni Maria VANACORE - CV
University of Milano-Bicocca
Ultrafast Electron Microscopy: Femtosecond imaging, diffraction and spectroscopy for material science and quantum applications
VANACORE Giovanni Maria
SE.IV.3
TT.IV.H.3
Nehal Aboulfotoh ALI - CV
Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt
Explore the horizons of 4D imaging using ultrafast Electron Microscope
ALI Nehal Aboulfotoh
SE.IV.4
TT.IV.H.4
Vincenzo GRILLO - CV
CNR-NANO, Modena
Adaptive optics and where to find them. A guide to new ideas and application to material science
GRILLO Vincenzo 2021
 

 
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