Due to these complicated times PhD students and researches are not able to attend conferences. However science never stops and exciting work continues to be made, for that a group of PhD students from Electron Microscopy for Materials Science (EMAT) group is organizing a virtual poster session!
We would like to invite scientists and PhD students on the field to check the available program and to join us on October 9th.
Warm welcome from all EMAT group!
Evaluation of different rectangular scan strategies for HRSTEM imagingAbstract
Exploring helical chirality in three dimensions by electron tomographyAbstract
Quantitative HAADF-STEM tomography for in situ analysis of elemental redistribution in 3DAbstract
Measuring dynamic structural changes of nanoparticles at the atomic scale using scanning transmission electron microscopyAbstract
Study of degradation mechanisms for inorganic halide perovskite nanocrystalsAbstract
3D characterization of nanomaterials from 2D STEM images acquired along a single viewing directionAbstract
Optimal experiment design for atom-counting from 4D scanning transmission electron microscopyAbstract
3D characterization of heat-induced morphological changes of Au nanostars by fast in-situ electron tomographyAbstract
Real-time reconstruction of arbitrary slices for quantitative and in-situ three-dimensional characterization of nanoparticlesAbstract
3D in-situ investigation of alloying in individual Au@Ag core-shell nanoparticlesAbstract
HAADF-STEM tomography-based method for local temperature estimation of MEMS-based nanochipsAbstract
Supported core-shell nanoparticles as electrocatalysts for the nitrogen reduction reactionAbstract
Truths between Bragg peaks and the real structure of functionalised MOFs: the case of MIL-53Abstract
HAADF STEM block scanning strategy for the nanoscale measurement of strain in semiconductor FinFETsAbstract
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