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IAMNano 2018

Invited Speakers

List of confirmed speakers (tentative titles):

  • Juri Barthel - ER-C Jülich Aberration-Corrected (S)TEM - Instruments, Methods
  • Gianluigi Botton - McMaster University Spectroscopy
  • Christian Cyron - TU Hamburg Strain Mapping, Computational Methods
  • Ulrich Dahmen - NCEM Berkeley Aberration-Corrected HRTEM
  • Rafal Dunin-Borkowski - ER-C Jülich Potentials of Aberration-Corrected (S)TEM
  • Manfred Eich - TU Hamburg Advanced Engineering Materials 3 - Nanomaterials
  • Dagmar Gerthsen - KIT Karlsruhe Biomaterials and Soft Materials
  • Werner Grogger - FELMI Graz Spectroscopy
  • Max Haider - CEOS Heidelberg Potentials of Aberration-Corrected (S)TEM
  • Ferdinand Hofer - TU Graz STEM
  • Florent Houdellier - CNRS-CEMES Toulouse In situ and Environmental TEM
  • Martin Hytch - CNRS-CEMES Toulouse Strain Mapping, Computational Methods
  • Yuichi Ikuhara - University of Tokyo STEM
  • Wolfgang Jäger - CAU Kiel Advanced Engineering Materials 2 - Materials for Energy, Environment
  • Ute Kaiser - Universität Ulm Potentials of Aberration-Corrected (S)TEM
  • Thomas Kelly - Amatek Advanced Engineering Materials 2 - Materials for Energy, Environment
  • Thomas Klassen - Helmut-Schmidt-Universtität Hamburg Advanced Engineering Materials 2 - Materials for Energy, Environment
  • Patricia Kooyman - University of Cape Town In situ and Environmental TEM
  • Sandra Korte-Kerzel - RWTH Aachen Advanced Engineering Materials 4 - Mechanical Properties, Interfaces
  • Andras Kovacs ER-C Jülich Electron Holography, Imaging with Neutrons
  • Subin Lee - MPIE Düsseldorf Advanced Engineering Materials 4 - Mechanical Properties, Interfaces
  • Michael Lehmann - TU Berlin Electron Holography, Imaging with Neutrons
  • Erica Lilleodden, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Advanced Engineering Materials 4 - Mechanical Properties, Interfaces
  • Hugo Lourenco-Martins - Universite Paris Sud Spectroscopy
  • Joachim Mayer - RWTH Aachen Aberration-Corrected (S)TEM - Instruments, Methods
  • Martha McCartney - ASU Tempe Electron Holography, Imaging with Neutrons
  • Martin Müller - HZG Geesthacht Electron Holography, Imaging with Neutrons
  • Jan Neethling - NMU Port Elisabeth Advanced Engineering Materials 1 - Alloys, Steels
  • Eva Olsson - Chalmers University In situ and Environmental TEM
  • Colin Ophus - NCEM Berkeley Aberration-Corrected (S)TEM - Instruments, Methods
  • Steve Pennycock - NUS Singapore STEM
  • Martin Peterlechner - Universität Münsteer Advanced Engineering Materials 3 - Nanomaterials
  • Florian Pyczak - Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Advanced Engineering Materials 1 - Alloys, Steels
  • Velimir Radmilovic - University of Belgrade Advanced Engineering Materials 1 - Alloys, Steels
  • Martin Ritter - TU Hamburg Advanced Engineering Materials 3 - Nanomaterials
  • Harald Rose - Universität Darmstadt Potentials of Aberration-Corrected (S)TEM
  • Andreas Rosenauer - Universität Bremen STEM
  • Christina Scheu - MPIE Düsseldorf Advanced Engineering Materials 2 - Materials for Energy, Environment
  • Gerold Schneider - TU Hamburg Advanced Engineering Materials 3 - Nanomaterials
  • Wilfried Sigle - MPI StEM Stuttgart Spectroscopy
  • Robert Sinclair - Stanford University In situ and Environmental TEM
  • David Smith - Arizona State University Aberration-Corrected HRTEM
  • Erdmann Spieker - Universität Erlangen Advanced Engineering Materials 1 - Alloys, Steels
  • Kazu Suenaga - AIST Tsukuba Potentials of Aberration-Corrected (S)TEM
  • Sandra van Aert - University of Antwerp Aberration-Corrected HRTEM
  • Cynthia Volkert - Universität Göttingen Advanced Engineering Materials 4 - Mechanical Properties, Interfaces
  • Jörg Weißmüller - TU Hamburg Advanced Engineering Materials 4 - Mechanical Properties, Interfaces
  • Regine Willumeit-Römer - Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Biomaterials and Soft Materials
  • Nestor Zaluzec - Argonne National Laboratory Spectroscopy