Posters

 

    Biology and Soft Matter
    • P1-1 “Analysis of Breast Cancer Cell Subpopulations for the Expression and Distribution of HER2 and Their Response to Anti-Cancer Drugs Using Electron Microscopy”
      Patricia Blach
      INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Saarbrücken, Germany
    • P1-2 “Q-Phase: Quantitative Label-free Image Cytometry”
      Zuzana Garlíková
      TESCAN
    • P1-3 “Probing the Adhesion Forces of Staphylococcus aureus to Central Venous Catheters by Single-Cell Force Spectroscopy”
      Gubesh Gunaratnam
      Saarland University, Homburg/Saar,  Germany
    • P1-4 “Challenges in observing the formation of colloidal, self-assembled monolayers with in situ electron microscopy in Liquid”
      Peter Kunnas
      INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Saarbrücken, Germany
    • P1-5  “Correlated 3D Light Microscopy and 3D Electron Microscopy: applications of an integrated setup of a CLSM and a FIB/SEM”
      Sergey Loginov
      Utrecht University, The Netherlands
    • P1-6 “Formation of Hierarchical Hybrid Silica-Polymer using Quantitative Cryo-Electron Tomography”
      Mohammad-Amin Moradi
      Eindhoven University of Technology
    • P1-7 “In-situ Observation of Lyophilization Process in Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope”
      Vilem Nedela
      Czech Academy of Science, Brno, Czech Republic
    • P1-8 “Towards Understanding the Mechanisms Behind Templated Growth of 2D Magnetite Platelets via Bio-Inspired Approaches”
      Bernette Oosterlaken
      Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
    • P1-9 “The Ultrastructure and Neuronal Composition of the Embryonic Human Spinal Cord”
      Ivana Restovic
      University of Split, Croatia
    • P1-10 “Super-resolution cryo-CLEM: correlative solid immersion fluorescence microscopy and SEM imaging provides matched resolution at cryogenic temperatures”
      Lin Wang
      Science and Technology Facilities Council, Didcot, United Kingdom
    • P1-11 “In-situ Liquid Phase Electron Microscopy of Beam-Sensitive Materials”
      Hanglong Wu
      Eindhoven University, The Netherlands
    Materials Science

    • P2-1 “The Influence of Foils Thickness on Recrystallized Structure Observed During In-Situ Heating of AlMgScZr Alloy”
      Miroslav Cieslar
      Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
    • P2-2 “Fast and Convenient Method for FE-SEM Characterization of Microstructured Organic Solutions in Ionic Liquids”
      Alexey Kashin
      N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Moscow, Russia
    • P2-3 “Using Engineered Graphene Liquid Cells to Study Dynamic Nanoparticle Behaviour in Liquids with STEM and EDX”
      Daniel Kelly
      University of Manchester, United Kingdom
    • P2-4 “Direct Observation of Metallic Thin Layers Dewetting by HT-ESEM”
      Joseph Lautru
      University of Montpellier, France
    • P2-5″Resistive switching studies of ReRAM devices by in-situ TEM”
      Gemma Martín
      University of Barcelona, Spain
    • P2-6″Assessment of Oxide Nanoparticle Stability in Liquid Phase TEM”
      Mark Meijerink
      Utrecht University, The Netherlands
    • P2-7 “On the Benefits of Obtaining Surface Topography and Volume Structure Information by Correlative S(T)EM in a Scanning Electron Microscope”
      Erich Müller
      Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany
    • P2-8 “Chemical Conversion of Functional Nanostructures Studied by Liquid Phase Transmission Electron Microscopy”
      Hongyu Sun
      Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark
    • P2-9 “3D investigation of heat-induced morphological changes of Au nanostars using a fast HAADF-STEM tomography”
      Hans Vanrompay
      Antwerpen University
    • P2-10″In-Situ Observation of the Reversible Electrochemical Deposition of Fe in a Transmission Electron Microscope”
      Ulrike Wolff
      IFW Dresden, Germany