Events

EMAG2013, 3rd – 6th September 2013

EMAG2013 Group

Two abstracts were presented at this year’s EMAG2013 conference. These were:

Platform: “Two-dimensional Object Functions and Three-dimensional Illumination Functions: their Validity, Interaction and Utility”. A copy of the abstract will be available shortly.

Poster: “Automated Scattering Cross-section Analysis of HAADF STEM Data for Atom-counting & Nano-particle Metrology”. A copy of this poster is available here, and the proceedings will be available shortly.

Poster: “How Flat is Your Detector? Non-Uniform Annular Detector Sensitivity in STEM Quantification”. A copy of this poster is available here, and the proceedings will be available shortly.

Microscopy & Microanalysis, 4th Aug 2013

MM2013

Two abstracts were presented at this year’s M&M2013 conference. These were:

Platform (invited): “Advances in 2D, 3D, & 4D Data Analysis in HAADF STEM” in session A09.03 – Advances in Data Processing in Optical and Electron Microscopy. A copy of the abstract will be available shortly.

Poster: “How Flat is Your Detector? Non-Uniform Annular Detector Sensitivity in STEM Quantification”. Winner, ‘Best Poster – Instrumentation Category’. A copy of this poster is available here.

6th ATOM Workshop, 8th-12th April 2013

6thATOM_Group

This year saw the first ATOM meeting to take place in Asia hosted by Tsinghua University (Taiwan). We also welcome new contributors from Tsinghua University (Beijing), the Beijing University of Technology and the Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science.

I presented a talk entitled “Advancing the Performance of Quantitative STEM” and publicly launched a new Matlab™ code called Absolute Integrator.