We are pleased to announce that Liquid Phase Electron Microscopy 2017 will be held at Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, on 18-20 September, 2017. This conference will bring together thought leaders from across the emerging field of liquid phase electron microscopy (LPEM), and will include experts in the development of new methodologies, technologies and fundamental aspects of dynamics of organic, inorganic and biological nanomaterials.
Topics will include the development of novel cells, holder design and sample preparation, beam-sample interactions and the use of low dose LPEM, nucleation and growth of crystals, the evolution of soft matter and imaging biological samples. Furthermore, it will bring together theoretical and experimental teams looking at different aspects of LPEM from experiment set-ups, to the basic science problems of collecting, storing, and analyzing the collected data. We view this as an exciting and timely opportunity to capture the substantial current interest in the development of LPEM, to gather people from across the world with an interest in its development, and to forge new collaborative efforts.
If you would like to attend please register at https://www.lpem2017.eu/home
Registration fee € 170.00 (€ 85.00 for students) – this includes lunches and two evening events sponsored by SCIENION and DENSsolutions.
Nathan Gianneschi, Northwestern University
Nico Sommerdijk, Eindhoven University of Technology
Joseph Patterson, Eindhoven University of Technology