Courses & Workshops

These activities are supported by the Canada Foundation for Innovation, under the MSI Program and by the Ministry of Research and Innovation of Ontario.

We don’t provide certificates of attendance/completion of virtual content, the registration is designed to help us control the link and keep track of our outreach.

If you require additional accommodation or accessibility support to attend any event, please contact Samantha Stambula at stambusm@mcmaster.ca a minimum of two weeks before the event. Advanced notice may be required to ensure accommodations can be arranged.

Image Processing Techniques for Microscopy Data – Tutorial 1

A SERIES OF FOLLOW-ALONG TUTORIALS on the use of image processing for electron and light microscopy data. These tutorials will start with the basics of image processing and build as the sessions go on. Workbooks and sample images will be provided in advance of the tutorials for attendees to download and follow along during the session. These will be interactive tutorials with instructors available to help troubleshoot. Alternatively attendees are welcome to join and just watch from home, or follow along with the recorded sessions. Both Python code and Fiji will be demonstrated to provide attendees training in both methods.

FREE ONLINE Tutorial

Date: October 29, 2021: 10 am – 1 pm (Eastern)
See flyer for more details
Register here

CCEM and CALM Image Processing Tutorial on October 29 2021

CCEM Webinar Series

The CCEM will be hosting a series of webinars on the basic theory of instruments available in the Centre. The schedule of events are listed below and registration is required to access the webinar. Access the registration page by clicking the “register” button at the bottom of the linked page.

Date/11 AM (Eastern)

September 24, 2021

November 26, 2021

December 17, 2021

Title

Using Room Temperature Ionic Liquids in Electron Microscopy Imaging Applications

APT: Analysis of Reconstructed Data

Introduction to 3D EBSD

Register

We don’t provide certificates of attendance/completion of webinars because we can not prove that you have attended the course. All of the CCEM virtual content is free and the registration is designed to help us control the link and keep track of our outreach.

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