|02.07.19||12:30-13:30||meeting room Wolfson center||Galit Atiya||High Resolution Xe Plasma FIB - capabilities and applications|
|06.08.19||12:30-13:30||room 609, Meidan Building||Maria Koifman||Rietveld Refinement of X-Ray Powder Diffraction|
|10.09.19||12:30-13:30||room 609, Meidan Building||Alex Berner||Statistical Treatment of Analytical Results (Reproducibility, Accuracy, Limit of Detection, etc …)|
|07.10.19||12:30-13:30||room 609, Meidan Building||Lucy Liberman||Optimization of the SEM parameters for micrograph contrast improvement in polymers, organic materials, and liquids|
|05.11.19||12:30-13:30||meeting room Wolfson center|
|03.12.19||12:30-13:30||room 609, Meidan Building|
Dear microscopy users, students, faculty Members and researchers,
In order to improve communication and encourage cooperation between users of the different microscopy facilities at the Technion we decided to renew an old tradition – the Microscopy Group Meetings (MGM).
The group meeting is a non-formal meeting, which will be held once a month. In every meeting, someone else will present a topic related to experimental microscopy work. This is a good opportunity for people to receive feedback on their work and new ideas on how to solve problems. These meeting will be a good opportunity to present useful software and analytical techniques in SEM, FIB, TEM, XRD and sample preparation. Example of relevant topics from the past are here – https://mtrmika.technion.ac.il/mika-group-meeting/
Anyone interested to present at the meeting please send us an email with the topic and a short abstract.
The meetings will be held every first Tuesday of the month between 12:30-13:30 at the meeting room 609, 6th floor in Meidan building (the new building of Materials Science and Engineering department).
All participants are invited to bring their own lunch to make time more efficient and enjoyable.
The next meeting will be held on Tuesday September 10th 2019 between 12:30-13:30 and the topic of “Statistical Treatment of Analytical Results (Reproducibility, Accuracy, Limit of Detection, etc…)” will be presented by Alex Berner.
We would like to emphasis that the meeting is open to everyone, so please feel free to forward this message to anyone who might be interested.
All details about future meeting will be presented on this webpage.
Looking forward to your participation.