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SCANDEM 2018 Program

69 Annual Meeting of the Nordic Microscopy Society th

June 25th–28th, 2018 Technical University of Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark

Scandem2018.com


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Welcome Note — Welcome to Scandem 2018 – the 69th annual conference of the Nordic Microscopy Society. Welcome to the Technical University of Denmark, where Scandem 2008 was also hosted 10 years ago. In 2008 we were celebrating the opening of Center for Electron Nanoscopy at DTU during the Scandem week. This year the math says we will have our 10 years anniversary. However, my mind cannot really get around the fact that it is 10 years since the center opened. Time has really been flying. Nanoscale imaging research is a growing field. Within the field of microscopy several innovative developments have greatly improved the performance of the instrumentation and have demonstrated to be a versatile characterization tool for nanostructures. This year, the main themes of the Scandem conference are embracing the complementary techniques within microscopy: • • • • • •

In Situ Electron Microscopy Electron Spectroscopy X-ray microscopy Scanning Probe Microscopy Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy Image and Data analysis

By bringing the variety of flavours within microscopy together over these few days, I hope to foster knowledge exchange and great ideas for future collaborations, as well as identify new tools and techniques to experiment with.

With over 250 scientific researchers and experts participating during the week, including representatives from 25 companies exhibiting their most recent microscope tools, the framework is certainly set for a fruitful conference. The scientific foundation of the Scandem 2018 conference is built upon more than 100 oral and poster presentations between Tuesday to Thursday. I’m certainly looking forward to be inspired by the work that will be presented and I hope that you are too. On behalf of the entire organizing committee, we are looking forward to hosting you during the brightest time of year around the Danish midsummer.

Jakob B. Wagner Organizer


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Table of Contents — About the Hosts

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About Scandem

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Organizing Committee 5 Scientific Program Committee 5 Volunteers 5

About 6 Board of Directors 7

Map & Floorplans

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Event Information

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Map of DTU Floorplan, building 306 Floorplan, building 303A

Registration Desk Internet Breaks & Lunches Instructions for Presenters

Program Overview

8-9 10-11 12-13

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Times & Locations 16-17 Workshops 19 Scientific Sessions 20-24 General Assembly 26

Social Program

Opening Reception Canal Tour & Conference Dinner

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Poster Sessions

31-35

Author Index

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Organizing Committee Conference Chair

Exhibition

Jakob Birkedal Wagner

Andrew Burrows Berit Wenzell

Members

Michael Andersson (Bruker Nano Analytics)

Nina Høgh-Bach

Torben Jensen (Fischione)

Kirsten Noelle Bruus Mette Noer

Scientific Program Committee Thomas Willum Hansen (DTU) Jacob R. Bowen (DTU) Carsten Gundlach (DTU) Michael Lisby (KU) Morten Schallburg Nielsen (AAU) Sebastian Horch (DTU) Anders Bjorholm Dahl (DTU) Kristian Mølhave (DTU) Rodolphe Marie (DTU) Shima Kadkhodazadeh (DTU)

Student Volunteers Mamadou Mandie Kone (DTU) Mohammad Ahmed (DTU) Thomas L. Smitshuysen (DTU) Anton Bay Andersen (DTU) Asger Barkholt Moss (DTU)


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About SCANDEM — SCANDEM* was founded October 16, 1948, at the Research Institute of Experimental Physics in Stockholm. It has since then served as an active organization focusing on all aspects related to microscopy. This includes developments of the technology, specimen preparation techniques, applications in material and life sciences and new types of microscopy. Most of the members, more than 300 in 2012, come from universities, research institutes and industries in the Nordic countries. To promote the knowledge of microscopy in this environment the Society is coordinating a number of activities: • An annual SCANDEM meeting is organized by a local committee. • SCANDEM is supporting courses in different fields of microscopy. • Grants for attending conferences, courses, workshops, etc are given yearly. • Information to members is presented on the SCANDEM website. SCANDEM is a member of the International Federation of Societies for Microscopy (IFSM), and of the European Microscopy Society (EMS).

The name SCANDEM was an abbreviation for the “Scandinavian Society for Electron Microscopy”. This name was chosen since only Denmark, Norway and Sweden (Scandinavia) were represented at the founding meeting, and for some years into the early 1950s. Today SCANDEM includes all the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden), and has also members from other countries. *The by-line “Scandinavian Society for Electron Microscopy” was changed to “Nordic Microscopy Society” in 2002.


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Board of Directors — President • Kesara Anamthawat-Jónsson Plant Genetics Research Group, Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, University of Iceland Vice President and Secretary General • Varpu Marjomäki Department of Biological and Environmental Science, University of Jyväskylä Treasurer • Salla Marttila Department of Plant Protection Biology, Swedish University for Agricultural Sciences Information Officer • Lassi Paavolainen Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland Company Representative • Michael Andersson Bruker Nano Analytics, Sweden Representatives from DENMARK • Søren Fæster Nielsen Materials Research Department, Risø DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy • Klaus Qvortrup Department of Biomedical Sciences/ CFIM, University of Copenhagen

Representatives from FINLAND • Eija Jokitalo Institute of Biotechnology, Electron Microscopy Unit, University of Helsinki • Minnamari Vippola Materials Characterization Group, Department of Materials Science, Tampere University of Technology Representative from ICELAND • Kristjan Leosson Innovation Centre Iceland Representatives from NORWAY • Randi Holmestad Department of Physics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology • Ingunn Thorseth Department of Earth Science and Center for Geobiology, University of Bergen Representatives from SWEDEN • Per Persson Thin Film Physics Division, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology, Linköping University • Oleg Shupliakov Neuronal Membrane Trafficking, Center of Excellence in Developmental Biology, Karolinska Institutet


TRANSFORMING DTU

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19 Pfeiffer

Exhibitors

5 Emsis

16 Jeol

17 PHI

13 Lab Protect

22 Low2High Vacuum

14 Thermo Scientific FEI

Registration/ Info Desk

Entrance

4 Tescan & NordicNano

3 Caspilor

6 MEDIA System Lab/Coxem

15 Ametek EDAX

21 Leica

20 LOT-Quantum Design

2 18 Systron Kimmy EMV GmbH Photonics

Conference Floorplan  Building 306 Ground Floor


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Conference Floorplan  Building 306 First Floor

Lunch

Posters


Asmussens Allé Bygning 303A, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby Stuen

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Conference Floorplan  Building 303 A Sessions

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31 Oxford Instruments

34 Hitachi

Road Entrance

25 Micro to Nano

24 Bruker

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28 Blue Scientific

27 AxLab

23 Fischione

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26 Gamma data

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Event Information — Registration & Information Desk

Instructions for Presenters

Located in building 306

Oral presentation: Please prepare lecture in a commonly used format, such as PowerPoint, and bring it to the conference on a USB memory stick or own computer. Please check your lecture in the respective room at the latest in the break before your presentation slot.

Opening hours: Monday 25th 8.00–20.00 Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th 8.00–16:00 Thursday 28th 9.00–14.00

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Breaks & Lunches Coffee and light snacks will be available during designated times, please see detailed program. Lunch will be served Tue–Thur between 12.30–13.30 in building 306, 1st floor. Lunch Tuesday 26th & Wednesday 27th Menu: Buffet Lunch Thursday 28th Menu: Sandwiches

Length of presentations: Plenary (P): 50min + 10min discussion Keynote (K): 40min + 5min discussion Invited (I): 25min + 5min discussion Contributed/oral (O): 12min + 3min discussion Poster presentation: Posters will be displayed throughout the whole period of the conference. All posters should be setup during the registration session on Tuesday, June 26th before 9:00 am, and may be disassembled during the lunch hour on Thursday June 28th. Presenters are requested to attend to their posters during the poster session. During the conference dinner on Wednesday, two best-poster awards will be presented. Maximum poster size is: 84.1 cm width x 118.7 cm height (max size A0) in portrait format. Exhibition Open daily during regular conference hours


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Detailed Program

Monday

June 25th

8:30 - all day

Workshops Exhibitions set-up

19.00 - 21.00

Reception, building 306

Tuesday

June 26th

08.00-09.00

Registration, building 306

08.30-09.00

Opening of Scandem 2018, building 303A

09.00-10.00

P1: Ib Chorkendorff - Catalysis: A Key Materials for Converting Power into Chemicals and Fuels

10.00-10.30

Coffee Break & Exhibition b303A & b306

10.30-11.30

P2: Lone Gram - Vizualising Bacteria and their Behaviour Session A, b303A A41 Jacob R. Bowen

11.30-11.45 11.45-12.00

A-I1: Goran Drazic

Session B, b303A A42 Thomas W. Hansen B-O1: Yong Wang B-O2: Carina B. Maliakkal

12.00-12.15

A-O1: Monia R. Nielsen

B-O3: Stig Helveg

12.15-12.30

A-O2: Junjie Li

B-O4: Debora Keller

12.30-13.30

Lunch b306

13.30-14.15

K1: Lucy Collinson

14.15-15.00

K2: Jeppe Vang Lauritsen

15.00-15.30

Coffee Break & Exhibition b303A & b306B

15.30-17.00

Company Presentations

17.00-19.00

Poster Presentations b306, 1st floor


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Wednesday June 27th Session C, b303A A41 Jacob R. Bowen

Session D, b303A A42 Kristian Mølhave

08.30-08.45

C-O1: Svetlana Alekseeva

08.45-09.00

C-O2: Kræn Christoffer Adamsen

09.00-09.15

C-O3: Hana Tesarova

D-O1: Ursula Ludacka

09.15-09.30

C-O4: Lisa Lautrup

D-O2: Søren Raza

09:30-09:45

C-O5: Matteo Todeschini

D-O3: Anna Elsukova

09:45-10.00

C-O6: Ingemar Persson

D-O4: Murat Nulati Yesibolati

10.00-10.30

Coffee Break & Exhibition b303A & b306

10.30-11.15

K3: Farad Ahmed

11.15-12.30

Scandem: General Assembly, b303A

12.30-13.30

Lunch b306

D-I1: Utkur M. Mirsaidov

Session G, b303A A41 Anders Bjorholm Dahl

Session H, b303A A42 Rodolphe Marie & Michael Lisby

13.30-14.00

G-I1: Ida Maria Sintorn

H-I1: Thomas Walter

14.00-14.15

G-O1: Eija Jokitalo

14.15-14.30

G-O2: Espen D. Bøjesen

14.30-14.45

G-O3: Andreas Delimitis

H-O1: Sofia Kamlund

14.45-15.00

G-O4: J. Fatermans

H-O2: Kim I. Mortensen

15.00-15.15

G-O5: Kirsten I. Kling

H-O3: Meriem Er-Rafik

15.15-15.30

G-O6: Vedrana Andersen Dahl

H-O4: Luis Toledo

17.00-23.00

Canal Tour & Conference Dinner

Thursday

June 28th

09.00-09.45

K4: Quentin Ramasse

09.45-10.30

K5: Emmanuelle Gouillart

10.30-11.00

Coffee Break & Exhbition - b303A & b306

H-I2: Gustavo de Medeiros

Session E, b303A A41 Shima Kadkhodazdeh

Session F, b303A A42 Sebastian Horch & Carsten Gundlach

11.00-11.30

E-I1: Matthieu Kociak

F-I1: Mariam Andersson

11.30-11.45

E-O1: Turkka Salminen

F-O1: Christian D. Damsgaard

11.45-12.00

E-O2: Devendra Singh Negi

F-O2: Casper Hempel

12.00-12.15

E-O3: Frank Niessen

F-O3: Thomas Maagaard

12.15-12.30

E-O4: Anpan Han

F-O4: Sarah R. McKibbin

12.30-13.30

Lunch b306

13.30-13.45

Closing Remarks Thank you for participating!


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Workshops Monday

June 25th

09.00-10.30 & 11.00-12.30

In situ TEM heating

DensSolutions: Mauro Porcu

13.00-16.30

Bruker EBSD and TKD techniques (lunch included), building 314

Bruker Dr. Laurie Palasse

13.00, 15.00 & 16.30 (90mins)

High speed TEM camera Gatan OneView

Gatan Dr. Neil Wilkinson

13.30-15.00 & 15.30-17.00

In situ TEM heating

DensSolutions: Mauro Porcu

13.00-16.30

Micro-XRF, live demonstrations on the Bruker M4TORNADO

Bruker Dr. Sam Scheller

14.00-17.00

Digital Micrograph Scripting

Gatan Dr. Mike Ward Dr. Bernhard Schaffer

Tuesday

June 26th

17.00-19.00

Symmetry - CMOS EBSD Detector

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Wednesday June 27th 16.00-18.00

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Scientific Sessions Tuesday

June 26th Building 303A

9.00-10.00

Ib Chorkendorff, Plenary Speaker (P1) Catalysis: A Key Materials for Converting Power into Chemicals and Fuels

10.30-11.30

Lone Gram, Plenary Speaker (P2) Vizualising Bacteria and their Behaviour Session A, Room A41 Jacob B. Bowen, Chair

Session B, Room A42 Thomas W. Hansen, Chair

A-I1: Goran Drazic Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy of Polar Nano-regions and Atomic Scale Chemical Composition Fluctuations Study in Paraelectric (Ba, Sr)TiO3 Ceramics

B-O1: Yong Wang In-situ visualizing the dynamic behaviors of nanocatalysts under gas environment

12.00-12.15

A-O1: Monia R. Nielsen Pressure Induced Effects During in situ Characterization of Supported Metal Catalysts

B-O3: Stig Helveg Observing Catalyst Structures and Dynamics at Atomic-Resolution

12.15-12.30

A-O2: Junjie Li Direct Atomic-Scale Observation of Droplets Coalescence Driven Nucleation and Growth of Supported Bismuth Nanocrystal in the TEM

B-O4: Debora Keller In Situ Gold Nanoparticle Formation in a Free-Standing Ionic Liquid Layer Triggered by Heat and Electron Irradiation

13.30-14.15

Lucy Collinson, Key Note Speaker (K1) Correlative Imaging: From Cells to Stars

14.15-15.00

Jeppe Vang Lauritsen, Key Note Speaker (K2) Visualizing the Atomic-scale Structure and Dynamics on Catalyst Materials using Scanning Probe Microscopy

11.30-11.45

11.45-12.00

B-O2: Carina B. Maliakkal In-situ Compositional Analysis of Catalyst Particle During GaAs Nanowire Growth in an Environmental TEM


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Scientific Sessions Wednesday June 27th Building 303A Morning

Session C, Room A41 Jacob R. Bowen, Chair

Session D, Room A42 Kristian Mølhave, Chair

8.30-8.45

C-O1: Svetlana Alekseeva Grain Boundary Mediated Hydriding Phase Transformations In Individual Polycrystalline Metal Nanoparticles

D-I1: Utkur M. Mirsaidov Visualizing nanoparticle self-assembly in solution using in situ TEM

8.45-9.00

C-O2: Kræn Christoffer Adamsen Adsorption and Diffusion of NH3 on Anatase-TiO2 (101)

9.00-9.15

C-O3: Hana Tesarova Preparation of Aluminum Specimen with Gallium and Xenon Plasma Focused Ion Beam for Further Nano-characterization

D-O1: Ursula Ludacka Measuring And Controlling Free-Standing Two Dimensional Materials

9.15-9.30

C-O4: Lisa Lautrup Characterisation of γ´/ γ´´ precipitates of Electron Beam Melted Alloy 718 using TEM methods

D-O2: Søren Raza In situ electron energy-loss spectroscopy for nanoscale optical devices

9.30-9.45

C-O5: Matteo Todeschini Elevated Temperature In-situ Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction: a Powerful Tool for the Characterization of Ultra-thin Metal Films for Nanofabrication Applications

D-O3: Anna Elsukova Organic ice resist lithography with an environmental TEM

9.45-10.00

C-O6: Ingemar Persson Substitution of Inherent Surface Terminations of 2D Titanium Carbide

D-O4: Murat Nulati Yesibolati Fast Brownian Dynamics of Nanoparticles observed in Liquid Phase Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy

10.30-11.15

Farah, Ahmed, Key Note Speaker (K3) X-ray Microtomography – A Versatile Tool


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Wednesday June 27th Building 303A Afternoon

Session G, Room A41 Anders Bjorholm Dahl, Chair

Session H, Room A42 Rodolphe Marie and Michael Lisby, Chairs

13.30-14.00

G-I1: Ida-Maria Sintorn Image analysis for automated screening and analysis of biological samples using MiniTEM

14.00-14.15

G-O1: Eija Jokitalo Practical Considerations in Image Analysis of Biological Specimens

14.15-14.30

G-O2: Espen D. Bøjesen Revealing Regions of Correlated Structure in Disordered Carbons by Scanning Electron Nano Beam Diffraction

H-I2: Gustavo de Medeiros Quantitative Imaging of Intestinal Organoid Development

14.30-14.45

G-O3: Andreas Delimitis Refinement Strategy in the Rotation Electron Diffraction Technique

H-O1: Sofia Kamlund Characterizing Cancer Stem Cell Movement and Division using Digital Holographic Imaging in Combination With Fluorescence

14.45-15.00

G-O4: J. Fatermans Bayesian Analysis of Noisy Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy Images for Single Atom Detection

H-O2: Kim I. Mortensen How To Characterize Individual Nano-Size Liposomes With Simple Self-Calibrating Fluorescence Microscopy

15.00-15.15

G-O5: Kirsten I. Kling Point of Origin? Application of Automated Mineralogy in Archaeology

H-O3: Mériem Er-Rafik How Nanoparticles Disturb The Lipid Bilayer Vesicles

15.15-15.30

G-06: Vedrana Andersen Dahl Deformable Curves for Outlining Objects Directly From Projections

H-O4: Luis Toledo Quantitative Image Based Cytometry For Cell Biology Research

H-I1: Thomas Walter Big data approaches for computational phenotyping


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Scientific Sessions Thursday

June 28th Building 303A

9.00-9.45

Quentin Ramasse, Keynote Speaker (K4) Balancing Spatial, Energy and Momentum Resolutions in Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy

9.45-10.30

Emmanuelle Gouillart, Keynote Speaker (K5) Versatile image processing with Python and scikit-image, application to ultrafast in situ microtomography Session E, Room A41 Shima Kadkhodazadeh, Chair

Session F, Room A42 Sebastian Horch and Carsten Gundlach, Chairs

11.00-11.30

E-I1: Matthieu Kociak Nanooptics in the electron microscope

F-I1: Mariam Andersson Using X-ray Imaging to Visualise the 3D Architecture of White Matter

11.30-11.45

E-O1: Turkka Salminen Cathodoluminescence measurements with an EDS detector

F-O1: Christian D. Damsgaard In situ Characterization of Catalysts: Combining X-ray and electron microscopy

11.45-12.00

E-O2: Devendra Singh Negi Probing Three Dimensional Magnetic Information using Electron Vortex Beams with Nanometre-Scale Depth Resolution

F-O2: Casper Hempel Soft X-ray Imaging of Endothelial Cells and Their Glycocalyx

12.00-12.15

E-O3: Frank Niessen A systematic comparison of on-axis vs. off-axis transmission Kikuchi diffraction

F-03: Thomas Maagaard Combining Ultra High Vacuum Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Electrochemistry for Surface Studies of Model Catalysts

12.15-12.30

E-O4: Anpan Han Organic Ice Resists

F-O4: Sarah R. McKibbin Detailed Surface Examinations of III-V Nanowires by Scanning Probe and X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Techniques


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SCANDEM General Assembly On Wednesday, June 27th, between 11.15–12.30 in building 303A we will hold the General Assembly of the Nordic Microscopy Society. All members are welcome to attend.


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Social Programs Welcome Reception Monday, June 25th 19.00–21.00, building 306 Light snacks and drinks Canal Tour of Wonderful Copenhagen & Dinner at Admiral Hotel Wednesday, June 27th 17:30–23.00 *Free shuttle from DTU 101 parking area to Canal Tour launch departing at 16.00 17.30 Guided Canal Tour of Copenhagen’s inner harbor, launching from Admiral Hotel 18.30 Welcome Reception at Admiral Hotel 19.00 Dinner at Admiral Hotel

Admiral Hotel Toldbodgade 24 – 28 DK-1253 København +45 33 74 14 14 (Reception)


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Poster Session The poster session will take place Tuesday, June 26th between 17.00–19.00 on the 1st floor of building 306. Posters will be displayed throughout the whole period of the conference. All posters should be setup during the registration session on Tuesday, June 26th before 9:00 am, and may be disassembled during the lunch hour on Thursday June 28th. Presenters are requested to attend to their posters during the poster session. During the conference dinner on Wednesday, two bestposter awards will be presented.


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Poster Session Tuesday, June 26th, building 306, 1st floor

Materials Science and Energy Materials

A-P9: V. Asokan - Microscopic investigations on the oxidation of silicon containing FeCrAl alloys

A-P1: Mario Frederik Heinig - Nanoscale Characterisation of the Adhesion Mechanism in Thin Metal Films for Plasmonic Applications

A-P10: J. O. Nielsen - Carbon and oxygen in electrodeposited Fe coatings

A-P2: Mari Honkanen - Regeneration of Sulfur-Poisoned Pd/Al₂O₃ Catalysts

A-P11: Hua Jiang - Electron microscopy as a means to validate Raman spectroscopy for quantifying single-walled carbon nanotubes

A-P3: Antonius T. J. van Helvoort - Characterisation of Beam Sensitive Quartz by Scanning TEM

A-P12: S. Colding-Jørgensen - 3D-Orientation Mapping of Nano-grains in Solid Oxide Electrochemical Cells using TEM

A-P4: Minnamari Vippola - Microstructural Characteristics of Fretting Scars

A-P13: Niklas Mørch Secher - Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy Of Single Atoms And Dimers From Cluster Deposition

A-P5: Daniel Busse - Transmission Electron Microscopy Studies of Manganese Perovskite Electrodes for Electrochemical Water Splitting A-P6: Annett Thøgersen - Material properties of self-organizing aluminium nanowires in amorphous silicon A-P7: Zhaozong Sun - Structural and Electronic Properties of Fe Dopants in Cobalt Oxide on Au(111) : Atomistic Insight into Synergistic Effects in Mixed Metal Oxide Electrocatalysts A-P8: Takeshi Kasama - Quantitative Microscopic Characterisation of Natural ‘Invisible’ Gold

A-P14: Alice Bastos S. Fanta - Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction characterization of low dimensional materials A-P15: Jarle Hjelen - Quantification of the Sigma Phase in Super Duplex Stainless Steel by Scanning Electron Microscopy A-P16: Nonappa - Electron Tomography of Self-Assembled Metal Nanoparticle Superstructures A-P17: Krista Vajanto - Jacket of Prof. Elias Lönnrot, collector of Kalevala epos


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A-P18: Yuliang Liu - Post-mortem Analyses of Long-term Tested SOEC Cells in Co-electrolysis Mode

B-P8: Thomas W. Hansen - Dynamics of Nanostructures: A quantitative approach using in situ Electron Microscopy

A-P19: Gaurav Mohanty - In-situ SEM nanomechanical testing

B-P9: Christian F. Elkjær - Imaging nanoparticle formation in heterogeneous catalysts

In Situ Nanoscale Microscopy of Processes

B-P10: Kimmo Mustonen - Ordered carbon van der Waals heterostructures

B-P1: S. Helveg - Atomic-resolution imaging of heterogeneous catalysts at work

B-P11: Jes Ærøe Hyllested - Designing an Exchangeable Biprism for In-Situ Electron Holography

B-P2: Sven Kayser - 3D Chemical Analysis of Inorganic and Organic Nanostructures using ToF-SIMS and In-situ SPM

B-P12: Wentao Yuan - Real time Observation of Dissolution and Regrowth Dynamics of MoO2 nanowires

B-P3: Min Tang - Direct in Situ Monitoring of Nanoalloy Transformation Pathways

B-P13: Yijia Li - Direct visualization of oxidation and reduction of FeO/Au(111) studied by time-resolved STM

B-P4: Trond Henninen - Temperature Dependent Quasimolten Crystallinity of sub-nm Pt and Au Clusters Observed in 3D by Fast Dynamic STEM B-P5: Hongyu Sun - Formation of Prussian Blue Nanocubes Studied by Liquid Cell Transmission Electron Microscopy B-P6: Søren B. Simonsen - Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy TEM implementation for a model solid oxide electrolysis cell B-P7: Reza Ghadimi - New Insights in CMOS Based TEM Detector

B-P14: Annett Thøgersen - Investigating the reduction process of doped and undoped Ceria nanoparticles with in-situ TEM


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Poster Session Tuesday, June 26th, building 306, 1st floor

Advances in electron microscopy: techniques, instrumentation and applications E-P1: Ding Zhao - Ice resists for 3D electron-beam processing: instruments in Denmark and China E-P2: Keith Dicks - Superseding CCD with CMOS Technology in EBSD – Massively Increased Speed, Sensitivity and Resolution in a Single Detector E-P3: Max Maletta - Cryo EM workflows for Single Particle Analysis and Tomography of hydrated, intact cells E-P4: D. Phifer - Novel Automation Scripting for SEM & DualBeam

Novel applications for X-rays and SPM

Image and data analysis G-P1: Julie S. Nilsen - Large Area Crystal Phase Mapping by Scanning Electron Diffraction and Machine Learning Data Analysis G-P2: Nagatoshi Fujiwara - The Morphology Affects Bacterial Virulence in Mycobacteria G-P3: Lin Zhu - Automated Image and Analysis of Pharmaceutical Particles Using a Tabletop Low Voltage TEM G-P4: A. Brostrøm - Quantifying Aerosol Size, Shape, and Composition Distributions via Impaction and Automated Electron Microscopy Analysis G-P5: Monica J. Emerson - Understanding UD Fibre-reinforced Polymers through X-ray Imaging and Individual Fibre Tracking

F-P1: Tao Xu - STM and XPS Studies of Titania-Ceria Mixed Oxide Thin Films

G-P6: Asm Shihavuddin - Can we train a single deep learning model to detect and segment nuclei images acquired with any microscope or staining modality?

F-P2: Julia E. Parker - A Hard X-ray Nanoprobe for Multi-Modal Analysis at Diamond Light Source

G-P7: Louise Sternbæk - Macrophage-uptake of sialic acid-targeted molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs)

F-P3: Harpreet Singh Brar - High Frequency Cantilever Evaluations for High Speed Atomic Force Microscopy in Liquid


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Imaging multicellular systems, Live imaging of single cells, Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy (CLEM) H-P1: Jonathan Brewer - Nanoscopic Structure of Spider Silk Revealed by Super resolved Raman and Helium Ion Microscopy H-P2: Kesara Anamthawat-JĂłnsson - Fluorescence Imaging of Birch Mitosis and Meiosis H-P3: Adrianna Milewska - Substrates For Identification Of The Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells By Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy H-P4: Nedal Said - Life Cycle of Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus imaged by Helium Ion Microscopy H-P5: MĂŠriem Er-Rafik - Efficiency of Antimicrobial Modified Hyperbranched Polyethyleneimine Polymers Analogous With Different Microstructures H-P6: Michael Lisby - High-throughput screening for mitotic functions of TopBP1 H-P7: Hiroyuki Yamada - Structome analysis and three-dimensional reconstitution of Mycobacterium smegmatis cells

H-P8: M. Baumgarten - CLEM and SEM in inflammatory responses H-P9: O. A. Kudryavtseva - Ultrastructural Dynamics of Podospora anserina Mycelium under Conditions of Long-Term Evolutionary Experiment


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Author Index —A Adamsen, K. C. C-O2 Ahmed, F. K-3 Alekseeva, S. C-O1, A-P14 Alm, K. H-O1, G-P7 Anamthawat-Jónsson, K. H-P2 Andersen, I. M. G-P1 Andersson, M. F-I1 Andresen, T. L. H-P8, F-02 Antosiewicz, T. J. C-O1 Aono, A. H-P7 Arlinghaus, H. B-P2 Asokan, V. A-P9 Ayata, M. G-P2 —B Baier, S. F-01 Bagge, J. H-P6 Balantekin, M. F-P3 Baumgarten, M. H-02 Bech, M. F-I1 Beleggia, M. E-04, E-P1, D-O3 Belevich, I. G-01 Bencan, A. A-I1 Bewick, A. E-P2 Bhongir, R. H-O2 Bigdeli, S. A-P9 Blazit, J. D. E-I1 Bon, M. B-P4 Boni, A. H-I2 Bornhoefft, M. C-O3 Brar, H. S. F-P3 Breivik, T. A-P15 Brewer, J. H-P1 Brezesinski, T. B-P14 Brostrøm, A. G-P4, D-O4 Burrows, A. E-O3, C-O1, A-P14 Busam, J. A-P3 Busse, D. A-P5 Bystron, A. M. G-O5 Bøjesen, E. D. G-O2

—C Cacho-Nerin, F. F-P2 Campos A. E-I1 Chatzinotas, A. H-P4 Chen, F.-R. B-O3 Chen, M. A-P18 Chikamatsu, K. H-P7 Chiriaev, S. H-P1 Chorkendorff, I. P-1, F-O3, A-P13, B-P1 Christensen, J. M. A-O1 Colding-Jørgensen, S. A-P12 Collinson, L. K-1 Colvin, J. F-O4 Conradsen, K. G-P5 Creemer, J. F. B-P1 —D Dahl, A. B. F-I1, G-O6, G-P5 Damjanovic, D. A-I1 Damsgaard, C. D. F-O1, A-O1, B-P1 Darakchieva, V. C-O6 de Medeiros, G. H-I2 Deepak, F. L. A-O2 Del Cerro, P. E-O1 den Dekker, A. J. G-O4 Delimitis, A. G-O3 Dianoux, R. B-P2 Dick, K. A. F-O4, B-O2 Dicks, K. E-P2 Dimitriadis, D. A-P8 Diplas, S. A-P6 Dluhus, J. C-O3 Dona, P. B-P1 Drazic, G. A-I1 Duetting, A. B-P2 Dyrby, T. B. F-I1 —E Ehrlich, N. H-P8 Ek, M. B-O3

Eklund, J. A-P9 Elkjær, C. F. B-P1, B-P9 Elm, M. T. B-P14 Emerson, M. J. G-P5 Engelhardt, P. A-P16 Elsukova, A. E-O4, E-P1, D-O3 Er-Rafik, M. H-O3, H-P5 Erni, R. B-O4, B-P4 Escrig, S. A-P8 Etheridge, J. G-O2 —F Fanta, A. B. d. S. E-O3, C-O1, C-O5, A-P1, A-P14 Fatermans, J. G-O4 Ferji, K. H-O3 Fester, J. A-P7 Fimland, B.-O. G-P1 Fiutowski, J. H-P1 Flyvbjerg, H. H-P8 Frondelius, T. A-P4 Fujiwara, N. H-P7, G-P2 —G Gamaletsos, P. N. A-P8 Gaulandris, F. B-P6 Gavrilowicz, G. G-P6 Geppert, J. A-P5 Ghadimi, R. B-P7 Gjønnes, J. G-O3 Gloter A. E-I1 Godelitsas, A. A-P8 Gouillart, E. K-5 Gram, L. P-2 Grumsen, F. A-P10 Grunwaldt, J.-D. F-O1 —H Halim, J. C-O6 Hammer, B. C-O2 Han, A. E-O4, E-P1, C-O5, D-O3 Hansen, L. P. B-O3


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Hansen, P. C. G-O6 Hansen, T. W. C-O6, A-O1, B-P8 Hansen, V. G-O3 Hari, S. H-O2 Harlin, P. C-O4 He, YC. E-P1 Heinig, M. F. A-P1 Helveg, S. B-O3, B-P1, B-P9 Hempel, C. F-O2 Hendriksen, B. B-P1 Henninen, T. B-O4, B-P4 Herwald, H. H-O2 Hintikka, J. A-P4 Hjelen, J. A-P15 Hofer, C. B-P10 Honkanen, M. A-P2, A-P4 Horch, S. F-O3 Huang, X. H-O1 Hussein, A. B-P10 Huuhtanen, M. A-P2 Hyllested, J. Æ. B-P11 —I Iachina, I. H-P1 Iandolo, B. C-O1, A-P14 Idrobo,. J.-C. E-O2 Igarashi, Y. H-P7 Ikkala, O. A-P16 —J Jacobsson, D. B-O2 Janicke, B. H-O1 Jansen, H. C-O5, A-P1 Jensen, A. D. A-O1 Jensen, F. B-P11 Jensen, I. J. T. A-P6 Jensen, L. H. S. A-P8 Jeppesen, N. G-P6 Jespersen, K. M. G-P5 Jespersen, S. P. B-P1 Jiang. H. A-P2, A-P11 Jinschek, J. R. B-O3, B-P1

Johansson, J. B-O2 Jokitalo, E. G-O1 Jones, L. E-O2 Jonsson, T. A-P9 Jooss, C. A-P5 Juoksukangas, J. A-P4 —K Kadkhodazadeh, S. A-P1 Kallinen, K. A-P2 Kamlund, S. H-01 Kapishnikov, S. F-02 Karlsen, M. A-P15 Kasama, T. A-P8, A-P14, B-P11 Kauppinen, E. I. A-P11, B-P10 Kayser, S. B-P2 Keiski, R. L. A-P2 Keller, D. B-O4 Keul, H. H-P5 Kibsgaard, J. A-P13 Kisielowski, C. B-O3 Kjeldstad, T. A-P6 Kjer, H. M. F-I1 Kleppen, J. A-P15 Klímek, P. C-O3 Kling, K. I. G-O5, G-P4 Knutsson, J. V. F-O4 Kociak, M. E-I1 Kollmer, F. B-P2 Kolsbjerg, E. L. C-O2 Kon, Y. A-P8 Kotakoski, J. D-O1, B-P10 Koo, J. G-O6 Kooyman, P. B-P1 Koust, S. C-O2 Krüger, M. H-P4 Kudryavtseva O.A., H-P9 Kuhn, L. T. A-P12, B-P6 Kuwata, H. G-P2 Kylberg, G. G-P3 Kärkkäinen, M. A-P2

—L Langhammer, C. C-O1, A-P14 Lauritsen, J. V. K-2, F-P1, C-O2, A-P7, B-P13 Lautrup, L. C-O4 Le Meins, J.-F. H-O3 Lehtovaara, A. A-P4 Leósson, K. H-P3 Li, J. A-O2 Li, X. E-I1 Li, Y. B-P13 Liberali, P. H-I2 Lisby, M. H-P6 Liu, A. C. Y. G-O2 Liu, P. B-P8 Liu, Y. F-O4 Liu, Y. A-P18 Liu, Y.-P. F-O4 Lobato, I. G-O4 Lourenco-Martins E-I1 Ludacka, U. D-O1 Lukonin, I. H-I2 Løvvik, O. M. A-P6 —M Maagaard, T. F-O3 Madsen, J. B-P8 Maeda, S. G-P2 Malereanu, R. A-P1 Maletta, M. E-P3 Maliakkal, C. B. B-O2 Marques, C. M. H-O3 Mayr, U. H-I2 McKibbin, S. R. F-O4 Meibom, A. A-P8 Mele, L. B-P1 Meuret, S. E-I1 Meyer, J. C. D-O1, B-P10 Michel, K. B-P14 Michler, J. A-P19 Mikkelsen, A. F-O4 Mikkelsen, L. P. G-P5


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Author Index Milewska, A. H-P3 Miljkovic, M. H-P3 Mirsaidov, U. M. D-I1 Mirzayev, R. B-P10 Mitarai, S. H-P7 Moeller, M. H-P5 Moellers, R. B-P2 Mohanty, G. A-P19 Monazam, M. R. A. D-O1, B-P10 Mortensen, K. I. H-P8, D-O4 Muggerud, A.-M. F. A-P3 Mustonen, K. B-P10 Muto, S. B-P6 Müller-Caspary, K. G-O4 Mäntylä, A. A-P4 Mølhave, K. G-P4, D-O4, B-P5, B-P6 Møller, P. A-P10 —N Naka, T. G-P2 Negi, D. S. E-O2 Niessen, F. E-O3 Nielsen, J. O. A-P10 Nielsen, M. R. A-O1, B-P8 Niehuis, E. B-P2 Nilsen, J. S. G-P1 Nonappa A-P16 Nordby, T. B-P14 Nugroho, F. A. A. C-O1 Nurmi, V. A-P4 Näslund, L.-Å. C-O6 —O Oestergaard, V. H. H-P6 Oredssson, S. H-O1 Oster, M. B-P7 —P Pabitra, D. E-I1 Pacureanu, A. F-I1 Palisaitis, J. C-O6

Pantleon, K. A-P10 Papasaikas, P. H-I2 Parker, J. E. F-P2 Pasquier, N. H-P5 Passerone, D. B-P4 Paulsen, R. R. G-P6 Persdotter, A. A-P9 Persson, A. R. B-O2 Persson, I. C-O6 Persson, P. O. Å. C-O6 Petersen, T. C. G-O2 Petit, L. E-O1 Phifer, D. E-P4 —Q Qiu, M. E-P1 Qvortrup, K. F-O2 Quinn, P. D. F-P2 —R Rading, D. B-P2 Ramasse, Q. K-4 Raza, S. D-O2 Ren, D. G-P1 Rentenberger, C. D-O1 Risch, M. A-P5 Roddatis, V. A-P5 Rodrigues-Fernandez, J. A-P7 Rojac, T. A-I1 Roma, G. H-I2 Rosén, J. C-O6 Rubahn, H.-G. H-P1 Rusz, J. E-O2 Ryner, M. G-P3 —S Said, N. H-P4 Salminen, T. E-O1 Sandre, O. H-O3 Sanna, S. B-P6 Scheidemann, A. B-P2 Schiøtz, J. B-P8 Schmidt, M. H-P4

Schmidt, S. A-P12 Schmutz, M. H-O3 Schumann, M. A-O1 Secher, N. M. A-P13 Sehested, J. B-P9 Sellergren, B. G-P7 Semenova, E. A-P14 Serra, D. H-I2 Shihavuddin, A. G-P6 Shinde, S. G-P7 Sigurjónsson, Ó. E. H-P3 Simonsen, S. B. A-P12, B-P6 Sintorn, I.-M. G-P3 Sláma, M. C-O3 Smedengaard, N. K. H-P6 Snellman, A. A-P17 Sokolov, I. H-P3 Stadler, M. H-I2 Stange, M. A-P6 Stéphan, O. E-I1 Sternbæk, L. G-P7 Strnad, P H-I2 Sukham, J. A-P1 Sun, A. A-P7 Sun, C. B-P12 Sun, H. D-O4, B-P5 Sun, X. A-P18 Suomela, J. A-P17 Susi, T. D-O1, B-P10 Sølling, T. I. G-O5 Sørensen, B. E. A-P15 —T Tian, Y. A-P11 Takagi, T. A-P8 Takaki, A. H-P7 Tan, T. A-P7 Tang, M. B-P3 Tassone, C. H-P8 Tencé, M. E-I1 Tesarová, H. C-O3 Thøgersen, A. A-P6, B-P14 Tiddi, W. E-O4, E-P1


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—X Xu, T. F-P1 —Y Yamada, H. H-P7, G-P2 Yamaguchi, M. H-P7 Yesibolati, M. N. D-O4, B-P5, B-P11 Yngman, S. F-O4 Yu, Y. A-P15 Yuan, W. B-P12 —Z Zhang, L. A-P7 Zhang, M. B-P5 Zhang, W. A-P12 Zhang, Z. B-P12 Zhdanov, V. C-O1 Zhao, D. E-O4, E-P1 Zhu, B. B-P3 Zhu, L. G-P3 Zobelli A. E-I1 Zunic, T. B. A-P8 —Å Ånes, H. W. G-P1


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