Tempos grand opening program

18 Dec 2018

LPS, Blandin Amphitheatre
10:30Official opening
10:30Sylvie RetailleauPrésidente de l’Université Paris-Sud
10h40Guillaume BoudySecrétaire général pour l’investissement
10H45Odile StéphanPorteure EQUIPEX TEMPOS, Université Paris Sud
11h15Niels KellerDirecteur scientifique adjoint de l’institut de Physique, CNRS
11h20Christine PaulinDoyen de la Faculté des Sciences d’Orsay, Université Paris-Sud
11h30Sylvain RavyDirecteur du Laboratoire de Physique des Solides
13:30Mathieu KociakLPS, Orsay, FranceThe CHROMATEM project
14:00Ondrej KrivanekNion, Kirkland, USAProgress in ultrahigh energy resolution EELS
14:30Quentin RamasseSuperSTEM, Daresbury, UKBalancing Spatial, Energy and Momentum Resolutions in STEM-EELS
15:10Coffee Break
15:40Jean-Luc Maurice and Jean-Christophe HarmandLPICM and C2N, Palaiseau, FranceThe NANOMAX project
16:20Stephan KujawaThermo Fisher, Eindhoven, The NetherlandsAtomic scale in situ electron microscopy (opportunities and challenges)
16:50Frances RossMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyEnvironmental TEM: a window into the nanoworld
17:30Cofee Break
18:00Ludovic LargeauC2N, Palaiseau, FranceThe NANOTEM project
19:00Cocktail and buffet

19 Dec 2018

C2N, Main Amphitheatre
8:30Welcome coffee
9:00Pierre MullerCINAM, Marseille, FranceDynamics  of self-propelled structures on solid surfaces studied by Low Energy Electron Microscopy
9:40Ileana FloreaLPICM, Palaiseau, FranceRadical-assisted CVD implemented in a modified HR-ETEM for in-situ real time growth of SWCNT in NANOMAX
10:00Luiz Galvao-TizeiLPS, Orsay, FranceNanooptics in CHROMATEM
10:20Coffee break
11:00Lena KourkoutisCornell University, USANew frontiers in cryo-electron microscopy: From Probing Low Temperature Electronic Phases to Processes at Liquid/Solid Interfaces
11:40Laura BocherLPS, Orsay, FranceToward New In Situ Ultra-High Resolution EELS Experiments in CHROMATEM
12:00Hervé MontigaudSt Gobain, Courbevoie, FranceContribution of the NANOTEM platform in the characterization of functionalized glazing
13:30Martien Den HertogInstitut Néel, Grenoble, FranceTransmission electron microscopy combined with in-situ biasing of semiconducting NWs for the study of dopants, surface charges and metal contacts
14:10Gilles PatriarcheC2N, Palaiseau, FranceAtomic step flow on a nanofacet in NANOMAX
14:40Christian SerreENS, Paris, FranceChallenges in advanced characterization of functional porous hybrid solids
15:00 Coffee break
15:30Alexandre GloterLPS, Orsay, FranceLow energy electronic excitations in transition metal (oxide) based nanostructures in CHROMATEM
15:50Jean-Pascal RueffSynchrotron Soleil, Gif-sur-Yvette, FranceAdvanced spectroscopic techniques for complex materials