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MPM-1 and KHK-8 Program

Date:2015-05-14

 

PM1 and KHK8 Invited Talk Sessions (Final)

2015-05-21

In-Situ TEM Workshop Program

08:00-08:20

OpeningJixue Li, DENS

Zhejiang University and DENS

Chair: Yong Wang

In-Situ TEM Workshop

Wednesday Morning, May 27

Room:Hua Gang Ting(8 Floor)

Chair: He tian & Henny W. Zandbergen

08:20-08:40

Yong Wang

 

Zhejiang University

Introduction of CEM ZJU and In situ gasing and biasing research at our group

08:40-09:20

Frances M. Ross

 

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA

The opportunities and challenges of in situ electron microscopy for liquid and vapour phase processes

09:20-10:00

Henny W. Zandbergen

Delft University of Technology, Netherland

In-situ biasing experiments of metal and semiconductor nanowires and nanobridges

10:00-10:30

Tea Break and Discussion

10:30-11:10

Seiji Takeda

 

Osaka University, Japan

Basis of high resolution in-situ TEM in materials science

11:10-11:50

Scott X. Mao

 

University of Pittsburgh/Zhejiang University

In-situ high resolution TEM on deformation process in angstrom scaled twins

11:50-12:00

Liang Jin

 

Direct Electron

From Scintillator-based Detector to Direct Electron Detector: High Performance of Next Generation of Camera for Imaging and In-situ Testing in TEM

       

In-Situ TEM Workshop

Wednesday Afternoon, May 27

 Center of Electron Microscopy,        Zhejiang University

Chair: Jixue Li & Qiang Xu

14:00-14:20

Opening ceremony of ZJU-DENS Global Center of In-situ Research and Excellence

14:20-16:20

In-Situ TEM Workshop Demostration

DENSsolutions Wildfire S5 demonstration on Tecnai F20 (in situ single tilt heating system)

DENSsolutions Wildfire D6 demonstration on probe corrected Titan (in situ double tilt heating system)

DENSsolutions Climate S5 demonstration on Tecnai F20 (in situ single tilt gas-heating  system)

Direct Electron DE12-DDD Camera demonstration on Hitachi H9500

       

KHK-8 Program

Plenary Session

Thursday Morning, May 28

Room:Hua Gang Ting(8 Floor)

Chair: Laurence Marks

08:30-09:10

Zhonglin Wang

 

Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Nanogeneratorsas new energy technology and piezotronics for smart systems

09:10-09:50

Frances M. Ross

 

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA

A dynamic view of nanowire growth

09:50-10:05

Tea Break and Discussion

11:25-11:50

Manufacturer Report

 

FEI

 

       

Parallel Session

Thursday Afternoon, May 28

Room:Hua Gang Ting(8 Floor)

Chair: Mingwei Chen & Xiaodong Han

13:50-14:20

Scott X. Mao

 

University of Pittsburgh, USA

In-situ TEM on monatomic metallic glasses through ultrafast liquid quenching

14:20-14:50

En Ma

 

The Johns Hopkins University, USA

TEM demonstrates boundary-based mechanisms for plastic deformation of metals at room temperature

14:50-15:20

Luchang Qin

 

University of North Carolina, USA

Measurement of atomic friction in carbon nanotubes using in situ TEM

15:20-15:45

Xiaodong Han

 

Beijing University of Technology

In situ atomic scale mechanical microscopy discovering the atomistic mechanisms of plasticity in nano single crystals and grain rotation in polycrystalline metals

15:45-15:55

Tea Break and Discussion

15:55-16:25

Ting Zhu

 

Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

In Situ Nanomechanics

16:25-16:50

Zhiwei Shan

 

Xi'an Jiaotong University

In situ quantitatively probing the mechanical behavior of metallic glasses inside TEM

16:50-17:15

Jianbo Wang

 

Wuhan University

Atomic scale exploration and manipulation of condensed matters under TEM

17:15-17:40

Renchao Che

 

Fudan University

Single magnetic nanostructure studied by analytical TEM methods

17:40-18:05

Ming Pan

 

Gatan, USA

The quest for high performance TEM cameras for the 21st century

       

Plenary Session

Friday Morning, May 29

Room:Hua Gang Ting(8 Floor)

 

 

10:05-10:45

Ze Zhang

Zhejiang University

In-situ atomic resolution TEM study of anomalous mechanical property of nano-scale materials

       

Parallel Session

Friday Morning, May 29

Room:Huang Long Ting(8 Floor)

Chair:Jianghua Chen & Hing Hiang Lian

08:00-08:30

Shengbai Zhang

 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

Edges of Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides: Metallic or Semiconducting

08:30-09:00

Jianfeng Nie

 

Monash University, Australia

Annealing strengthening in Mg alloys

09:00-09:30

Mingwei Chen

 

Tohoku University, Japan

In situ observation using Cs-corrected TEM and fast direct electron

09:30-09:55

Dapeng Yu

 

Peking University

High Spatial/Energy Resolution Cathodoluminescence Spectroscopy: Powerful tool for precise characterization of Nanostructures

09:55-10:20

Tea Break and Discussion

10:20-10:50

Weilie Zhou

 

University of New Orleans, USA

Characterizations of II-VI Type II Semiconductor Core/Shell Nanowire Arrays: From Photovoltaics to Photodetection

10:50-11:15

Jianghua Chen

 

Hunan University

Revisiting to the hardening precipitates in high strength aluminum alloys by state-of-the-art atomic-resolution electron microscopy

11:15-11:40

Manling Sui

 

Beijing University of Technology

Dynamical behaviors of metal oxides in water environmental TEM

11:40-12:00

Manufacturer Report

 

TECHCOMP (CHINA) LTD.

 

 

 

       

Parallel Session

Friday Afternoon, May 29

Room:Hua Gang Ting(8 Floor)

Frances M. Ross & Jinping Zhang

13:50-14:20

Henny W. Zandbergen

Delft University of Technology, Netherland

1-4 bar in-situ TEM experiments using MEMS-based nanoreactors

14:20-14:50

Seiji Takeda

 

Osaka University, Japan

Metal nanoparticulate catalysts in reaction environments

14:50-15:15

Rong Yu

 

Tsinghua University

Mixed Valence of Fe on Surfaces of α-Fe2O3

15:15-15:40

Xiaofeng Zhang

 

Hitachi, USA

Technical Challenges for In Situ Environmental TEM

15:40-15:55

Tea Break and Discussion

15:55-16:25

Luaurence Marks

 

Northwestern University, USA

Oxide Surfaces and Nanoparticles: from Surface to Catalysis

16:25-16:55

Judith C. Yang

 

University of Pittsburgh, USA

The Surface Kinetics of the Initial Stages of Cu and Cu Alloy Oxidation

16:55-17:20

Litao Sun

 

Southeast University

Exploring the structural evolution of sub-10nm materials at atomic scale

17:20-17:40

Chuanhong Jin

 

Zhejiang University

Exploring atomic defects in monolayer MoS2 by advanced electron microscopy

17:40-17:50

Manufacturer Report

 

KYKY

 

17:50-18:00

Manufacturer Report

 

OXFORD INSTRUMENTS

 

       

Parallel Session

Saturday Morning, May 30

Room:Huang Long Ting(8 Floor)

Jin Zou & Xiuliang Ma

08:00-08:30

Jin Zou

 

University of Queensland, Australia

Structural Features of Ternary Epitaxial III-V Nanowires Grown by MOCVD

08:30-09:00

Jun Yuan

 

University of York, UK

From Atomic Structure to Atom Dynamics

09:00-09:25

Xiuliang Ma

 

Institute of Metal Research, CAS

Recent progress of aberration-corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy at IMR

09:25-09:50

Lin Gu

 

Institute of Physics, CAS

Rechareable batteries and condensed matter physics

09:50-10:00

Manufacturer Report

 

EDAX

 

10:00-10:10

Tea Break and Discussion

10:10-10:40

Xiaozhou Liao

 

The University of Sydney, Australia

Reversible Ferroelectric Domain Switching Induced by Electron Beam Irradiation

10:40-11:10

Yuntian Zhu

 

North Carolina State University, USA

In-situ atomic-scale observation of irradiation-induced void formation and growth

11:10-11:35

Xuedong Bai

 

Institute of Physics, CAS

Atomistic Mechanism of Lithiation of Nanomaterials as Li-ion Battery Anodes Studied by In-situ TEM

11:35-11:55

He Tian

 

Zhejiang University

Mapping valance and coordination by monochromated STEM EELS

 

 

 

  You can attend Poster Session if your abstract is not arranged in the talk sessions.