The 15th European Microscopy Congress

Manchester Central, United Kingdom

was held on 16th - 21st September 2012

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PS2.9: Emerging and Late Breaking topics in Physical Sciences
Session co-organisers: John Hutchison, Rafal Dunin-Borkowski
This session has two purposes. It is initially intended for emerging topics that may not match directly to other sessions. The abstract deadline remains the same as for the regular sessions (March 16th 2012), and papers will be considered for poster presentation only in the first instance. Papers are encouraged for both applied and tools and techniques-based work. The session will then remain open for late breaking submissions through to August 2012. Many of the latter submissions will be also assigned as poster presentations. A limited number of oral presentations will then be invited from all submissions to that date.
Friday 21st September AM
10:00 Chemical imaging at the nanoscale: A new concept in scanning X-ray microscopy
M. C. Asensio (Contributed) Synchrotron SOLEIL, Paris, France

10:15 Microscopies with Synchrotron Radiation at the Diamond Beamline I13
Christoph Rau (Contributed) Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, UK

10:30 Simulation and Diagnostics of Electron Vortex Beams Produced by Holographic Masks
L Clark (Contributed) University of York, UK

10:45 Observation of gold nanoparticles movements under sub-10 nm vortex electron beams in an aberration corrected TEM
T Gnanavel (Contributed) University of York, UK

11:00 Accurate measurement of the optical focus in laser scanning microscopy
A McDonald (Contributed) University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

11:15 In situ point group symmetry determination and local organization of non-centrosymmetric materials with second-harmonic generation microscopy
M.A. van der Veen (Contributed) KU Leuven, Belgium

11:30 Automated, portable and low-cost optical microscope
Samuel Schaefer (Contributed) The University of British Columbia, Canada

11:45 Characterisation of GaN-InGaN Core-Shell Nanowires for use in Light Emitting Diodes
J Severs (Contributed) Department of Materials, University of Oxford, UK