“80 years electron microscopy” symposium held at the Ångström Laboratory at Uppsala University on 27th November 2018

2018-11-07

Dear all,

Had you thought that microscopy could image information coming from the space between two atoms. Well, we can do this now!

One of the corner stones to this development was laid 80 years ago by Manne Siegbahn who has constructed the first transmission electron microscope in Sweden. We will celebrate this event with a symposium reviewing the early history but also the current and future developments of the electron microscope and its use.

We cordially invite you to the “80 years electron microscopy” symposium held at the Ångström Laboratory at Uppsala University on 27th November 2018

(program attached).

The event includes a lunch mingle, so please, register for the event by sending an email to:

Hasan.ali@angstrom.uu.se

We would be glad to welcome you to this unique event!

The organization team (for questions, comments, contact Klaus Leifer)

supported by the Swedish microscopy networks/centers ARTEMI, CEM4MAT, UNEM