Dear fellow #microscopists 🔬
whether you work in #materialscience, #Physics or #lifesciences,
we, the #yDGE (part DGE dge-homepage.de) and BerlinUAlliance invite you to our Electron Microscopy Spring School 2024.
Thread ahead 🧵
The school will take place from Sunday 03 March 2024 to Wednesday 06 March 2024.
In short, the school offers EM-lectures 👩🏫👨🏫, hands-on courses👨🔬👩🔬 and data analysis👩💻👨💻
The first day gives you the chance to present your work🥳 and to get in contact with your peers🤝
❗️You can view the program here:
❗️You can register for the workshop here:
The participation fee will be 50€ for students and PhD-students and 60€ for non-students.
We thank our sponsors 💯 (in random order) BerlinUAlliance, FU_Berlin, BMBF_Bund, HumboldtUni, Berlin Senatsverwaltung für Wissenschaft, Gesundheit, Pflege und Gleichstellung, TUBerlin, IRISAdlershof, ChariteBerlin, CSMB_HU, Protochips and nion company
If you have further questions 🤔 contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our mailing list 📧 to don't miss out any further events of #yDGE: https://www.listserv.dfn.de/sympa/subscribe/dge.ymicroscopists?previous_action=info
Also, we have a discord channel where you can reach yDGE: https://discord.com/invite/mEEc2dvVcJ
See you soon,
Don't miss out on the chance to be part of our #yDGE #students science #pitch contest 🥳Whether you are a student or a PhD student. Post-docs are also welcome to join!
Calling all budding #microscopists! 👩🔬 👨🔬 Don't miss our virtual International #Microscopy #studentmixer on May 7th, 2023 at 6 PM UTC via Zoom. Join us for relaxed conversations, online games, and a chance to win one of three raffle draw prizes sponsored by Thermo Fisher, MAS, and MSA. Register at https://forms.gle/MK4e7oPhYmuisGTw7. See you there! 🔬
Charles is responsible for the fun stuff by organizing the social and networking events. The events range from virtual coffee meetings to international mixers bringing together young microscopists from the different microscopy societies around the globe.
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Charles is currently a PhD student at the University of Siegen. His research focuses on the use of advanced EELS and 4D-STEM techniques for complex material characterization (2D-vdW materials). He is enthusiastic about meeting new people and traveling to new places.
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He is currently in his second year as a doctoral candidate at the institute of cell biology at the Universität Bayreuth, where he mainly works with transmission #electronmicroscopy. He is a fan of podcasts and his most valuable gadget is his sandwich-maker.
After being appointed as the Communications Chair, Falk initiated the social media presence of the yDGE. He currently manages the website www.ydge.de and helps draft external communications. He also attends the yDGE meetings.
Falk finished his PhD work at IOM Leipzig in 2019 focusing on photoemission electron microscopy (PEEM) of polymers. He is passionate about image analysis, photography and scuba diving.
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Simone is our secretary & treasurer. She set up the structure of our archive, plans the agenda for general meetings & takes notes of what is discussed. As treasurer, she applies for reimbursement when a member paid on behalf of the group.
Simone finalizes her Ph. D. in neurobiology at WWU Münster. She studies the development of cells in fly brains that have a highly complex shape which she can only see using TEM. She enjoys singing when she’s alone at the microscope.
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As second speaker at yDGE, Johannes helps in organizing events like our symposium at the MC2023, does different tasks including designing our cover image and communicates with third parties. Johannes also takes part in our yDGE meetings.
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Johannes is currently finishing his doctoral thesis on 4D-STEM in SEM at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in Prof. C. T. Koch’s group. In his spare time Johannes enjoys cycling, volleyball and tinkering.
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Milena Hugenschmidt @M_Hugenschmidt has initiated our group and presides it since Jan 2022. She is heading our meetings and leads all our activities. She also plays a central role in the planning of our yearly symposium.
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Milena got her PhD in Physics at LEM Karlsruhe (@KIT_Karlsruhe) in early 2022, focusing on STEM-in-SEM. She is now a Postdoc at EMAT in Antwerpen (https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/research-groups/emat/about-us/). yDGE allows her to interact with like-minded people and expand her leadership skills. Away from work, she enjoys cycling and gardening.
Are you interested in inorganic halide perovskites or nanostructured metallic materials?
Join us today at 14:00 to 15:30 CET for the 5th DGE Young Scientist Symposium via Zoom:
Link for access (free participations, no restrictions):
Meeting ID: 953 5578 7855 Passcode: 610909
Check out the DGE homepage as well:
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