Opening lecture


Materials Science Symposia (SDM)

Life Sciences Symposia (SDV)


Workshop 1: Introduction to the Atom Probe Tomography

Over two half-days, starting on Monday afternoon 3/07, the principle of Atom probe Tomography (APT) and its applicative potential will be introduced through a presentation and then two workshops. Two half-group workshops will be followed successively by all participants. During one of the workshops, the participants will be confronted with the instrument in operation and […]

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Workshop 2: Introduction to Astar

This workshop aims to familiarise participants with the use of the ASTAR tool. This equipment allows the automatic drawing of maps of crystallographic orientations and phases from diffraction images recorded on a transmission electron microscope in scanning mode. It uses a technique for recognising diffraction patterns by comparison with their theoretical signatures (template) calculated beforehand. […]

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Workshop 3: Hyperspy

HyperSpy is a community-developed open-source Python software package for multi-dimensional data analysis. The principal development of HyperSpy is an elegant yet powerful syntax for visualizing, analyzing, accessing and storing multi-dimensional datasets regardless of their size. HyperSpy and its software ecosystem include a wide range of features for electron microscopy. In this workshop, an introduction to […]

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Workshop 4: Acquisition of TEM and STEM EDS

This workshop aims to introduce two groups of 5 people to the experimental principles of EDS acquisition. Participants will be invited to practice on the instrument themselves during the workshop. Speakers: Guillaume Brunetti et Régis Ravelle-Chapuis (JEOL) Program 1 half-day session per group Monday 3/07 14h-18h: Group 1 – Theoretical presentation followed by an experimental […]

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Workshop 5: Complementary approaches to light sheet microscopy

Light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) involves illuminating only a thin slice of the sample perpendicular to the axis of the detection system, thus limiting the effects of photobleaching and phototoxicity to the observation plane. To date, there are a multitude of LSFM systems available with designs adapted to the nature and size of the sample. […]

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Workshop 6: FLIM-STED : calibration, acquisition, analysis

Advanced photonic microscopy techniques in super-resolution STimulated Emission Depletion (STED) and Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) will be presented in the form of a workshop with applications in cell biology. A transversal approach sample-probe-equipment-images will be the main thread of this workshop. Particular attention will be given to the steps of instrument calibration and verification […]

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Workshop 7: Image analysis and artificial intelligence

This workshop aims to highlight the importance and growth of the field of digital image analysis and artificial intelligence. “Have you noticed those authentication checks revealing that you are not a robot on some web pages? “Click on the crosswalk” or “Choose images with cats”? Whatever the answer, you are feeding a machine learning algorithm. […]

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