Programme

Friday 6th July

08:00

Registration
Physics Concourse, Physics Building

 

Session 5 - Low Voltage Microscopy

Physics Lecture Theatre
Chairs: Connie Rodenburg and Michael Dixon

09:00 

(Invited) Pros and cons of beam sensitivity in helium ion microscopy
Stuart Boden, University of Southampton, UK

09:30

The development of cryo-FIB lift-out for soft matter and biological imaging - Making the practically impossible ‘merely difficult’
Christoper Parmenter, University of Nottingham, UK

09:45

Probing the electronic and molecular structure of beam-sensitive materials with the secondary electron spectrum
Robert Masters, University of Sheffield, UK

10:00

Application of the 20-80 kV SALVE TEM to graphene
Felix Börrnert, Universität Ulm, Germany

10:15

Flash posters:

Python scripting to enhance in situ experimentation in SEM
Daniel Phifer, Thermo Fisher Scientific, UK

Carbon materials, their contamination in the SEM- problem or an opportunity?
Kerry Abrams, University of Sheffield, UK

Analysis of air-sensitive Li-ion battery materials
Barbara Shollock, University of Warwick, UK

10:30

Refreshment break and exhibition
Physics Concourse, Physics Building

 

Session 6 - Applications (II)

Physics Lecture Theatre
Chair: Donald Maclaren, Connie Rodenburg

 

 
11:00

Low energy electron beam induced local instability in hybrid perovskite solar cell materials - a predictive tool for solar cell degradation?
Vikas Kumar, University of Sheffield, UK

   
11:15

Real-time dynamical imaging of light induced photo-voltages in hybrid halide perovskites by scanning electron microscopy
Gabriele Irde, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

   
11:30

Imaging of beam sensitive lithium-rich batteries materials via low dose advanced STEM
Emanuela Liberti, University of Oxford, UK

   
11:45 

Electron-irradiation induced defects in ytterbium titanate
Ali Mostaed, University of Sheffield, UK

   
12:00

Strategies for low dose scanning transmission electron microscopy analysis of highly beam sensitive materials
James Cattle, University of Leeds, UK

   
12:15

Flash posters:

Pt-based chemotherapeutic quantification using HAADF STEM
Alexandra Sheader, University of Oxford, UK

Quantitative comparison study of low-dose zeolite imaging using HRTEM and HAADF-STEM
Chen Huang, University of Oxford, UK

Dose limited TEM and STEM characterisation of electron beam sensitive inorganic nanomaterials
Rob Hooley, University of Leeds, UK

   
12:30

Committee Meeting
Physics Lecture Theatre

   
12:30

Lunch and exhibition
Physics Concourse, Physics Building 

   
 

Session 6 - Applications (II) continued

Physics Lecture Theatre
Chair: Jeremy Sloan and Andy Brown

   

14:00

STEM studies of the beam sensitive BaTi₈O₁₆ hollandite system by fast-scanned multi-frame imaging
John Halpin, University of Glasgow, UK

 

 

14:15

Exit wavefunction reconstruction of beam-sensitive photonic SnO₂ nanoparticles
Arthur Moya, University of Oxford, UK

 

 

14:30

(Plenary) Low-voltage TEM/STEM of low-dimensional materials at the single atom level
Kazu Suenaga, National Institute of AIST, Japan

 

 

15:30

Student awards
Richard Beanland and Ana Sanchez

   
16:00

Close of conference

   

Key dates

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