SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY WORKSHOP 2019
Date: June 10-12, 2019
LECTURES : ILSB Rm. 1105
The workshop will comprise of several lectures covering different application of cryo techniques for biological specimen and soft matter, usage of SEM in the field of medical research, nanotechnology, geochemistry, mineralogy, thermofluid study, environmental engineering and water purification. Lectures from application specialists from Leica, Thermofisher, Tescan, Zeiss, Ametek and Hitachi will highlight the latest technological developments in cryo SEM, cryo-FIB, Serial Block Face SEM.

DEMONSTRATION: ILSB, Rms. 1132 and 1134
Sample preparation, imaging using the different SEMs at MIC. A short session for computational image analysis of datasets from cryo-FIB/Serial Block Face SEM will be conducted. THE DEMONSTRATION IS FREE, BUT THE NUMBER OF SEATS IS LIMITED AND REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

Where: TAMU Microscopy and Imaging Center
Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building (ILSB)
TAMU 2257
301 Old Main Drive
College Station TX 77843
http://microscopy.tamu.edu
Organizer: Dr. Anindito Sen (andysen@tamu.edu; 979-458-9881)

TAMU ATTENDEES OF THE DEMONSTRATIONS HAVE AN OPTION TO REGISTER FOR DISCOUNTED TRAINING ON THE SEM OF CHOICE (SEE THE TRAINING REGISTRATION SECTION BELOW)

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SEM Micrograph Competition
Submit your SEM micrograph to Dr. Aninidto Sen (andysen@tamu.edu). Images in TIFF format, Grayscale 8 bits per pixel or RGB color, size between 5 and 7 inches at 300 dpi (this corresponds to 1500 to 2100 pixels per side). Include a brief description of the sample and the imaging parameters. Winners will be announced during the workshop and have their image displayed on the MIC web site.
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Registration in the iLab scheduling and billing system will be required before the training. Details are provided at https://microscopy.tamu.edu/whats-new
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