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In this series, we will be exploring the revolutionary possibilities of Transmission Electron Microscopy, or TEM for short, in real-world scenarios. Learn the principles, technologies and applications of TEM first-hand from industry experts and academic microscopists. We'll also be giving you an exclusive look at the amazing facilities and capabilities that the National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and A*STAR's Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) have for this technology.
The Future of Microscopy - Dr. See Wee Chee
The Future of Microscopy header - upcoming webinars
Date  TimeTitleGuest SpeakerZoom Link
27 Nov3pm to 4pmStudying Electrocatalysts with Operando Electrochemical Cell Transmission Electron MicroscopyDr See Wee Chee,
Fritz Haber Institute (FHI) of the Max Planck Society

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DateTimeTitleGuest Speaker
 18 Apr 2pm to 3pm  Revealing the Shape, Composition and Plasmon Modes of Magnesium Nanoparticles with Electron Microscopy and Spectroscopy Prof Emilie Ringe, University of Cambridge, UK
30 Jan4pm to 5pmElectron Holography of Magnetic Fields in Nanoscale Materials and Progress toward a Distributed Research Infrastructure for Electron Microscopy in EuropeProf Rafal E. Dunin-Borkowski, Peter Gruenberg Institute, Research Centre Juelich, Germany
3 Feb2pm to 3pmLow Damage and High Sensitivity Analysis Optimum Bright-Field (OBF) STEM and Electron Dose Modulator (EDM) System
Dr Tetsuo Oikawa, JEOL Asia Pte Ltd
6 Feb2pm to 3pmUnveiling Atomic-Scale Moiré Features and Atomic Reconstructions in Twisted Bilayer 2D Materials
Assistant Prof Zhao Xiaoxu, Peking University, China
21 Feb9.30am to 10.30amAberration Correction in (S)TEM
Dr Eric Van Cappellen, Thermo Fisher Scientific
2 Mar10am to 11amElectron Microscopy for Better Catalysts
Assistant Prof He Qian, National University of Singapore
21 Feb9.30am to 10.30amAberration Correction in (S)TEM
Dr Eric Van Cappellen, Thermo Fisher Scientific
7 Mar9.30am to 10.30amAdvances in High-Speed, High-Sensitivity Sensor Technology and their Applications for Transmission Electron Microscopy
Dr Fernando C. Castro, AMETEK Gatan
14 Mar9.30am to 10.30amOptimized Acquisition Modes for EELS, EFTEM and 4D-STEM Data AnalysisDr Ray Twesten, Gatan Inc, USA
21 Mar2pm to 3pmIn-situ Gas Phase TEM and its Application to Monitor Structural Changes of Nanocatalysts in Real-Time during a Catalytic ReactionDr Tanmay Ghosh, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), A*STAR
6 Apr4.30pm to 5.30pmSeeing Materials More Clearly with 4D STEM and PtychographyProf Timothy Pennycook, University of Antwerp, Belgium

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