Registration: Training workshop on Remote access for electron microscopy

Together with Thermo Fisher Scientific, Euro-BioImaging and Instruct are organising a 2.5h advanced online workshop offered by training and application specialists as part of the eRImote project.

Date & time: Wednesday 24th April, 2:00-4:30h pm CEST (1:00-3:30pm BST)

The workshop will cover both remote operations and remote data analysis with live demos and showcases, and conclude with an extensive Q&A session.

The workshop is targeted at facility staff and advanced users. 

Registration deadline: 19th April.
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Pre-workshop questionnaire
In order to better align the workshop content to your expertise level and training needs, we kindly ask you to complete the following brief questionnaire. Please keep in mind that the workshop is targeted at facility staff and advanced users with a good working knowledge of electron microscopy.
Do you currently perform remote control of the EM instruments in your facility? *
Who is permitted to perform remote control of the EM instruments in your facility? *
What is the estimated percentage of EM instrument operations that are performed remotely in your facility?
What are the most common operations that you would like to perform remotely?
Do you experience any limitations or challenges listed below with your remote access?  You can provide details on challenges not listed here by selecting the option “other”.
Would like to be contacted by a remote access expert at Thermo Fisher Scientific?
This workshop will focus on a number of TEM and SEM use cases - which (other) technology use cases would you be interested to learn more about?
The eRImote project has received funding from the European Union’s HORIZON EUROPE programme for research and innovation under grant agreement no. 101057557.
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