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The 1st International Paris-Saclay/Munich Summer School on Surface Plasmons

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To all studentsand post-docs interested in plasmonics!

The stem group is part of the organization of the

The 1stInternational Paris-Saclay/Munich Summer Schoolon Surface Plasmons

will be held

July 12th to 16th, 2021

at Paris-Saclay University 

(20 km south of Paris)

https://psm-spp2021.sciencesconf.org/

 

Confirmed invited lecturers include:

  • Javier Aizpurua (DonostiaInternational Physics Center, San Sebastian, Spain)

  • Souhir Boujday (Sorbonne Université, Paris, France)

EBSN 2021: Electron Beam Spectroscopy for Nanophotonics 2021 at Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

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The EBSN2021 will take place virtually at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, and is being organized by Nahid Talebi (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel) and Mathieu Kociak (CNRS). More information at https://www.nanoge.org/EBSN2021/general-information.

Christian Colliex gave a webinar for the EMSI

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Christian Colliex gave a webinar for the EMSI. Come and see it here!

EBSN 2019: Electron Beam Spectroscopy for Nanophotonics 2019 at LPS, Orsay

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The EBSN2019 will take place at the LPS, Orsay and is being organized by Mathieu Kociak (CNRS), Javier Garcia de Abajo (ICFO), Albert Polman (AMOLF), and Luiz Tizei (local committee, CNRS). More information at www.ebsn2019.org

Christian Colliex was awarded the medal “Vernon E. Cosslett” by the IFSM

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Christian Colliex was awarded the medal “Vernon E. Cosslett” by the IFSM – International Federation for Societies of Microscopy, to honour his outstanding contributions in the field of microscopy and related techniques.

The medal was given at the closing session of the conference IMC 19, at the Sydney International Convention Centre, by the IFSM president Kazuo Furuya, and the Awards Committee Chair, Joachim Maier. The "Vernon E. Cosslett” medal is one of four medals given every four years at the international congress. Read more »

Chromatem delivers on-site sub-5 meV @ 30 keV

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While setting up the 30 keV mode of CHROMATEM on site, we got a sub-5 meV zero-loss peak at 30 keV (40 meV at 1/1000). Great achievement!

JEELS2018: Deadline March 15th

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The deadline for abstract submissions for JEELS 2018 is approaching fast. March 15th is just a few days away. For submissions, please use the template and procedure described here:
https://jeels2018.sciencesconf.org/resource/page/id/7

The meeting will take place in the beautiful island of Porquerolles, France on the IGESA Porquerolles center between June 11th and June 14th in 2018. We hope to see you there.

-The JEELS2018 local committee

CHROMATEM has been received

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The NION machine is still hidden in wooden boxes, with a full team ready to make it deliver some meVs soon...

Our Attolight STEM-CL device has been received

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We just received the new STEM-CL Mönch 4107  from Attolight to fit our NION CHROMATEM machine. Compare our best VG version (left) to the Attolight one (right). Congrats for the excellent work, guys at Attolight!

CHROMATEM first result

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First CHROMATEM spectral resolution performance

First spectral resolution tests have been performed on the NION CHROMATEM machine. The machine features 8 meV resolution at 60 keV with 7 pA in the electron probe. This is more than 3 times better than foreseen at the launch of the project in 2011, 40 times better than with current technologies available in our lab, and close to the best performances ever published.
More performances reports soon!

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