Post-Doc Research Associate / Assistant at University of Cambridge: Multi-Dimensional Scanning Electron Diffraction (4D-STEM) and Analysis
The Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy from the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom) offers a postdoctoral opportunity in the field of Multi-Dimensional Scanning Electron Diffraction (4D-STEM) and Analysis.
Deadline for applications: May 14th, 2021.Post-doc_MDSED_flyer [PDF, 272.65 KB, not barrierefree]
PhD position at CNRS-CEMES: Immersive interaction and machine learning methods to optimize and control 3D trajectories simulation
The CNRS-CEMES (Toulouse, France) offers a PhD opportunity in the field of Immersive interaction and machine learning methods to optimize and control 3D trajectories simulation.
Deadline for applications: April 23rd, 2021.
Webinar: Considerations for in-situ mechanical, electrical and optical measurements of ICT materials in electron microscopes
On Friday 9 April 2021, a webinar will be organised by Lunjie Zeng, researcher at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM (GMT+2).
Free registration and link here.
Scientific Publication: Towards data-driven next-generation transmission electron microscopy
Lewys Jones, Amanda Petford-Long, Rafal E. Dunin-Borkowski published a scientific publication about the future of Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) in the October 2020 issue of the international journal Nature Materials.
Dr. Stavros Nicolopoulos (NanoMEGAS) as guest editor of a Special Issue “Electron Diffraction and Structural Imaging” of MDPI Journal Symmetry
Dr. Stavros Nicolopoulos has been chosen as guest editor of a Special Issue entitled “Electron Diffraction and Structural Imaging” in the journal Symmetry.
The deadline for manuscript submissions is settled for 15th August 2021.
Post-doc position at RFI: Low Voltage Ptychography
The Rosalind Franklin Institute (Oxfordshire, England) offers a postdoctoral opportunity in the field of Low Voltage Ptychography.
Deadline for applications: March 18th, 2021.
Peter A. van Aken’s lecture at the Imperial College London on “How Sharp are Atomically Sharp Interfaces in Complex Functional Oxide Heterostructures?”
Peter A. van Aken from the Stuttgart Center for Electron Microscopy (StEM) at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research (Stuttgart, Germany) presented a lecture on “How Sharp are Atomically Sharp Interfaces in Complex Functional Oxide Heterostructures?” to the Imperial College London on 20th January 2021.
Goodbye 2020, hello new collaborations!
Even if the year 2020 was complicated, ESTEEM3 has never had so many collaborations on board.
Let's discover the new partnerships concluded with the Q-SORT, EUSMI, and TEESMAT projects.New collaborations with Q-SORT, TEESMAT and EUSMI projects [PNG, 308.74 KB, not barrierefree]