A FREE TWO-DAY WORKSHOP on the current state and innovations in ultrahigh energy resolution electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS). World-class scientists have been invited to present their work, discuss the use of sub 5 meV EELS in the context of advanced electron microscopy characterization, and potentially set the future paths of this new arena of EELS. The talks are in topics ranging from phonon mapping in real and reciprocal spaces, localized and delocalized phonon scattering in bulk and nanoscale structural features, vibrational spectroscopy of organic and non-organic complex materials, momentum resolved EELS, spectroscopy of mid-infrared and optical excitations and their coupling (phonons, excitons, plasmons), electronic transitions in novel materials at room and low temperatures with high spatial resolution, etc. The workshop is scheduled as a hybrid event with international speakers attending in-person, but attendees who wish to participate online are still welcome to attend.
Full program can be found here. Abstracts to follow soon.
Online registration will remain open during the event.