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Advanced Characterization Techniques for N&N

 

WS.I


Advanced Characterization Techniques  for Nanotechnologies and Nanosciences


Workshop in memory of Pier Giorgio Merli

September 12 -14

 

WORKSHOP COMMITTEE
Onofrio Antonino CACIOPPO, LFoundry
Vittorio MORANDI, CNR IMM
Marco ROSSI, Sapienza University of Rome
Beatrice VALLONE,  Sapienza University of Rome
Marco VITTORI ANTISARI, NanoItaly Association
 
organized by

 

CNR IMM    Sapienza SNN CNIS    SISM Logo

in collaboration with:
ASSING, FEI, JEOL, TESCAN, ZEISS

Giorgio MieliTen years ago, our friend, mentor and colleague, Pier Giorgio Merli passed away. He was a physicist, a Research Director of the CNR-IMM Institute, and a passionate scientist and electron microscopist.

Giorgio graduated at the Bologna University in 1967, he has devoted for 40 years all his energies to research, innovation and formation in the field of electron microscopy, gaining both national and international reputation. He was President of the Italian Society for Electron Microscopy from 1984 to 1987 and Director of the IMM (formerly LAMEL) Institute from 1992 to 1998. He published over 100 articles in international scientific journals and edited or co-edited the proceedings of several national and international schools on electron microscopy.

In 1974 Giorgio, together with two other physicists of the University of Bologna, GianFranco Missiroli and Giulio Pozzi, realized “The double-slit experiment with single electrons”, which was chosen in 2002 as the most beautiful experiment in Physics by the magazine   Physics World  (http://l-esperimento-piu-bello-della-fisica.bo.imm.cnr.it/english/index.html). Above all, this was the result of his passion for the investigation of the fundamental physical phenomena that always drove his scientific activity. He also had well clear the relevance of the transformation of an idea into an invention, which is testified by the various patents on electron guns or electron detectors that he obtained.

He was a scientist and, on top of that, a rigorous and passionate intellectual, one never completely satisfied of the acquired knowledge, aiming always at a deeper and more refined level of understanding. He was aware of his role as an intellectual, he was honest and disinterested, always trusting in coherence, and his professional as well as human relationships were inspired by the values of morality, equity and merit.

The workshop "Advanced Characterization Techniques for Nanotechnologies and Nanosciences" is dedicated to Giorgio's memory, to continue his legacy in studying, developing and understanding microscopic methodologies as fundamental tools for the physical, chemical and life sciences, as well as to promote his professional, cultural and human values, in particular among the younger scientists to whom  Giorgio has been dedicating most of his energies and whom he has always trusted and encouraged with all his great enthusiasm.

12 September
09:00 - 10:30
Keynote Session: "Ultimate TEM characterization and imaging"
WS.I.1 - HT.I.A
 
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.1
HT.I.A.1
Beatrice VALLONE  CV
Sapienza University of Rome
Single Particle Cryo-EM structure of the complex between human Ferritin and Transferrin Receptor: a gateway for targeted delivery and theranostics
WS.I.2
HT.I.A.2
Elvio CARLINO  CV
CNR-IMM
Atomic Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy: On the way toward the ultimate spatial resolution and accuracy
Chair: Vittorio MORANDI, CNR - IMM
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:30
X-Ray Microscopy
WS.I.2 - TT.I.A
 
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.2.1
TT.I.A.1
In definition
WS.I.2.2
TT.I.A.2
Alessia CEDOLA
CNR Nanotec
X-Ray Phase Contrast Tomography for Regenerative medicine
WS.I.2.3
TT.I.A.3

Tevfik Onur MENTES  CV
Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste
X-ray photoemission electron microscopy studies in ultrathin film magnetism

WS.I.2.4
TT.I.A.4

Lars- Oliver KAUTSHOR
Carl Zeiss Microscopy
Extending Synchrotron X-ray Microscopy to the Laboratory” (to be confirmed)

Chair: In definition 
12:30 - 14:00 Light Lunch
 14:00 - 15:30
3D reconstruction techniques
WS.I.3 - TT.II.A
In collaboration with: ZEISS 
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.3.1
TT.II.A.1

Matteo FERRONI  CV
University of Brescia
The implementation of the STEM imaging mode in the SEM for electron tomography

WS.I.3.2
TT.II.A.2

Giulio LAMEDICA
Carl Zeiss Italia
Latest Advances in Electron and Ion Microscopy

WS.I.3.3
TT.II.A.3

Erik HUMMEL
Carl Zeiss Microscopy
Large Volume and Correlative Scanning Electron Microscopy

WS.I.3.4
TT.II.A.4

in definition

Chair: in definition
 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
 16:00 - 17:30
Cryo Electron Microscopy: the resolution revolution
WS.I.4 - TT.III.A
In collaboration with: ZEISS, THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC & JEOL
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.4.1
TT.III.A.1
Giuseppe ZANOTTI
University of Padova
Cryo -EM : a crystallographer view
WS.I.4.2
TT.III.A.2

Ludovic RENAULT  CV
Leiden University
Running an International service facility for cryoEM

WS.I.4.3
TT.III.A.3

Massimiliano MALETTA
Thermo Fisher Scientific
The role of Cryo-electron microscopy in structural biology after the "resolution revolution"

WS.I.4.4
TT.III.A.4

Guillaume BRUNETTI
JEOL EUROPE
New JEOL TEM developments for cryo biology

WS.I.4.5 
TT.III.A.5
Erik HUMMEL
Carl Zeiss Microscopy
Workflow for Correlative Cryo-Imaging
Chair: Beatrice VALLONE, Sapienza University of Rome
13 September
 09:00 - 10:30
Keynote Session
"Scanning Ion Microscopy: Nanocharacterization and Nanofabrication"
WS.I.5 - HT.II.A
 In collaboration with: ASSING/Tescan
 SYNOPSIS
WS.I.5.1
HT.II.A.1 
Petr KLIMEK CV 
Tescan Orsay Holding & Brno University of Technology
Preparation of Aluminum Specimen with Gallium and Xenon Plasma Focused Ion Beam for Further Nano-characterization
WS.I.5.2
HT.II.A.2
Gian Carlo GAZZADI CV
CNR – Istituto Nanoscienze – Centro S3, Modena
Focused Ion Beam (FIB) and Focused Electron Beam Induced Deposition (FEBID) for advanced nanocharacterization and nanofabrication
 Chair: to be defined
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
 11:00 - 12:30
Advance in FIB/SEM Technology and its Contribution
to Scientific Problem Solving

WS.I.6 - TT.IV.A
 
In collaboration with: TESCAN & ASSING 
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.6.1
TT.IV.A.1 
Petr KLIMEK
Tescan Orsay Holding & Brno University of Technology
Advanced FIB/SEM techniques and applications
WS.I.6.2
TT.IV.A.2
Enrico SALVATI CV
Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, UK
Nanostructural aspects of human dental enamel and their evolution due to dental caries
WS.I.6.3 
TT.IV.A.3

Alessandro LAVACCHI CV
CNR ICCOM, Firenze
2D materials imaging and nanofabrication in the FIB/SEM

WS.I.6.4
TT.IV.A.4

Audrey GARNIER
STMicroelectronics
Plasma FIB: enlarge your field of view and your field of applications

Chair: in definition 
12:30 - 14:00 Light Lunch
  14:00 - 15:30
Innovation in Scanning Electron Microscopy
WS.I.7 - TT.V.A
 
In collaboration with: ZEISS, THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC & JEOL
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.7.1
TT.V.A.1
Erik HUMMEL
Carl Zeiss Microscopy
Large Volume and Correlative Scanning Electron Microscopy
WS.I.7.2
TT.V.A.2
Guillaume BRUNETTI
JEOL EUROPE
JSM-IT200: A versatile tungsten SEM
WS.I.7.3
TT.V.A.3

Federico MECARINI
ASSING
Triglav Lens: collection system and imaging modes

WS.I.7.4
TT.V.A.4

Speaker In definition
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Chair: in definition
 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
  16:00 - 17:30
Innovation in Transmission Electron Microscopy
WS.I.8 - TT.VI.A
 
 
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.8.1
TT.VI.A.1
Federico VENTURI
CNR NANO & University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
In definition
WS.I.8.2
TT.VI.A.2
Mauro GEMMI CV
IIT, Pisa
3D electron diffraction on hard and soft matter
WS.I.8.3
TT.VI.A.3
Angelica CHIODONI
Polytechnic of Turin & IIT
In definition

WS.I.8.4
TT.VI.A.4

Regina CIANCIO
CNR IOM
Multifunctional nanoreactors for combined in-operando STEM and synchrotron spectroscopy
Chair: in definition
14 September
  09:00 - 10:30
Keynote Session: "Spectroscopic characterization and imaging"
WS.I.9 - HT.III.A
  
 
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.9.1
HT.III.A.1
Lars- Oliver KAUTSHOR
Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Extending Synchrotron X-ray Microscopy to the Laboratory
WS.I.9.2
HT.III.A.2
Giovanni BERTONI CV
CNR IMEM
Chemical and spectroscopic characterization from nm to sub-nm scale with eftem and stem-eels
Chair: in definition
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
  11:00 - 12:30
Microscopy techniques for industrial needs 1
WS.I.10 - TT.VII.A
  
In collaboration with: LFoundry 
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.10.1
TT.VII.A.1
Simona BONINELLI
CNR IMM
Defects, activation and morphological modification by out of equilibrium processes in Si and Ge-based materials
WS.I.10.2
TT.VII.A.2
Domenico MELLO  CV
STMicroelectronics
New approach in Auger elemental relative sensitive factor calculation by using TEM-EDS analysis based on bi-layers of pure elements
WS.I.10.3
TT.VII.A.3
Andrea PARISINI
CNR IMM, Bologna
Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (STEM) Quantitative X-Ray Microanalysis methods for Application to Silicon Oxycarbides Thin Films

WS.I.10.4 
TT.VII.A.4

In definition
Chair: Onofrio Antonino CACIOPPO, LFoundry
12:30 - 14:00 Light Lunch
 14:00 - 15:30
Innovation in Optical Microscopy
WS.I.11 - TT.VIII.A
 
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.11.1
TT.VIII.A.1
Marco LEONETTI
IIT, CLNS@SAPIENZA Roma
Scattering Assisted Localization Fluorescence Imaging
WS.I.11.2
TT.VIII.A.2
Francesca CELLA
IIT Genova
In definition
WS.I.11.3
TT.VIII.A.3
In definition
WS.I.11.4
TT.VIII.A.4
In definition
Chair: Marco LEONETTI, IIT@SAPIENZA
 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
 16:00 - 17:30
Microscopy techniques for industrial needs 2
WS.I.12 - TT.IX.A
 
In collaboration with: Leonardo
SYNOPSIS
WS.I.12.1
TT.IX.A.1
Massimo VANZI CV
University of Cagliari
Combined techniques for advanced failure analysis of Photonic Devices
WS.I.12.2
TT.IX.A.2
Luca ORTOLANI
CNR IMM
In definition
WS.I.12.3
TT.IX.A.3
Paolo MENGUCCI
Università Politecnica delle Marche
Advanced material characterization for additive manufacturing
WS.I.12.4
TT.IX.A.4
Speaker in definition
LEONARDO
In definition
Chair: in definition

 

 

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