Programme

Thursday 5th July

08:00

Registration
Physics Concourse, Physics Building

 

Session 1: Low Dimentional Materials

Physics Lecture Theatre
Chairs: Richard Beanland and Tim Slater

09:00 

(Invited) Electron beam induced chemical reactions of organic molecules and dynamics of
point defects: examples of graphene and carbon nanotubes
Elena Besley, University of Nottingham, UK

09:30

Electron and optical studies of 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenides (TMDs) and 2D tellurium
Emilie Ringe,  University of Cambridge, UK

09:45

Scalable patterning of encapsulated black phosphorus
Nick Clark, The University of Manchester, UK

10:00

AR-TEM and STEM studies of encapsulated PCMs in narrow to medium diameter SWCNTs
Charlotte Slade, University of Warwick, UK

10:15

Comparison of atomic scale dynamics for 14 kinds of transition metal nanocatalysts
Kecheng Cao, Ulm University, Germany

10:30

Refreshment break and exhibition
Physics Concourse, Physics Building

 

Session 2 - In-situ Electron Microscopy

Physics Lecture Theatre
Chair: Andy Brown and Ziyou Li

 

 
11:00

(Plenary) Sub-sampling and inpainting in STEM for efficient low-dose imaging of atomic scale structures and dynamic in-situ processes
Nigel Browning, University of Liverpool, UK

   
12:00

High-resolution STEM-EDX spectral mapping in engineered graphene liquid cells
Daniel Kelly, The University of Manchester, UK

   
12:15

An environmental transmission electron microscopy study of photocorrosion of nanoparticles in aqueous solutions using an open cell in-situ illumination system
Barnaby Levin, Arizona State University, USA

   
12:30 

In-situ Liquid Electron Microscopy for imaging proteins in their native state
Lorena Ruiz-Perez, University College London, UK

   
12:45

Flash posters:

Large inversion domains evolvement in monolayer MoS₂ by in-situ heating
Jun Chen, University of Oxford, UK

Atomic electric fields in monolayer MoS₂
Yi Wen, University of Oxford, UK

Cryo-analytical STEM for characterisation of nanoparticle dispersions in aqueous media
Martha Ilett, University of Leeds, UK

   
13:00

Lunch and exhibition
Physics Concourse, Physics Building 

   
 

Session 3 - Applications (I)

Physics Lecture Theatre
Chair: Larry Stoter and Sarah Haigh

   

14:30

Remote molecular epitaxy across graphene
Neil Wilson, University of Warwick, UK

 

 

14:45

Low-dose aberration-free imaging of battery materials by electron ptychography in STEM
Juan G Lozano, University of Oxford, UK

 

 

15:00

Towards developing Transmission Electron Microscopy as an approach to assess low levels of crystallinity within drug formulations
Mark S'ari, University of Leeds, UK

 

 

15:15

Flash posters:

Quantitative compositional analysis by electron diffraction and theoretical simulation
Yu-Jen Chou, University of Oxford, UK

Estimating sub-surface biological activity through the abundance of superparamagnetic grains in a continental ophiolite complex: A multiscale correlative study
Joshua Einsle, University of Cambridge, UK

Benefits and limitations of off-axis holography for bio-imaging in transmission microscopy
Christopher Edgcombe, University of Cambridge, UK

   
15:30 Refreshments and exhibition
Physics Concourse, Physics Building
   
 

Session 4 - Techniques Developments

Physics Lecture Theatre
Chair: Jun Yuan and Francisco de la Peña

   

16:00

(Invited) Minimising Dose(-rate) in the STEM while maximising information content
Lewys Jones, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

 

 

16:30

Fast and low-dose electron ptychography
Peng Wang, Nanjing University, China

   
16:45 

Contrast transfer and dose limits for electron ptychography in the TEM and STEM
Colum M O'Leary, University of Oxford, UK

 

 

17:00

Signal from the shadows: high contrast at low dose by phase shaping
Laura Clark, Monash University, Australia

   
17:15

Integrated Differential Phase Contrast (iDPC) STEM for low Z detection and for high contrast low dose imaging applications
Anil Yalcin, Thermo Fisher Scientific, UK

   
17:30

EMAG AGM
Physics Lecture Theatre

   
19:00

Coach from University to Warwick Castle

   
19:30

Reception and Conference Dinner 

   

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline (Posters only):
    21 May 2018
  • Early registration deadline:
    8 June 2018
  • Registration deadline:
    27 June 2018