- EMCat, Berlin (Jan. 27-29),
- ESTEEM2 Meeting, Düsseldorf (Feb 29 – Mar 2),
- JEOL, Tokyo (Apr. 4-19),
- CCEM School, McMaster University (May 29 – Jun. 3),
- SCANDEM, Trondheim (Jun. 7-10).
- JEOL UK ARM Users Meeting, Glasgow (Jun. 14-15).
- “New Trends in EM”, Schloss Ringberg (Jun. 22-24),
- EMC, Lyon (Aug. 28 – Sep. 2),
- “Future Technologies in EM”, York (Sept. 12-13),
- NPRL Seminar, U.
This poster was presented at the EMAG/MMC 2015 meeting in Manchester UK describing the use of the Smart Align software with spectrum image data.
This poster was presented at the EMAG/MMC 2015 meeting in Manchester UK describing the use of pixelated detectors with dark-field STEM data.
This year my summer school tutorials included three venues including the European Workshop on Microbeam Analysis, Canadian Centre for Electron Microscopy (CCEM) School, and the EMAT Workshop on Transmission Electron Microscopy (standing in for Prof. Nellist). Copies of the presentation slides are available to registered students from their course organisers.
The topics covered include the tools and skills needed to record, analyse, and interpret atomic resolution quantitative ADF STEM data. Classes were also available in scan-noise correction and image registration.
A review article which follows the lecture material entitled “Quantitative ADF STEM: acquisition, analysis and interpretation” will soon be available in Journal of Physics Conference Series.
MatLab can be a useful tool for image processing, but it can be useful to then take the results back into the Digital Micrographs DM) software from Gatan. Let’s use a landscape crop of the Lenna image with different height and width to demonstrate how to do this. This is what the variable looks like inside MatLab: