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Scandem 2022 – Book of Abstracts

Monday 20.6.2022 

11.00-11.10 Welcome (SCANDEM president Kesara Anamthawat-Jónsson and Professor Minnamari Vippola)

11.10-11.40 Plenary (Chair: Minnamari Vippola): Sara Bals, University of Antwerp, Belgium: 3D characterization of nanomaterials under relevant conditions

Break 5 min 

Material Session 1: Atomic-scale characterization by STEM (Chair: Hua Jiang) Life Session 1 : 3D imaging and image analysis (Chair: Eija Jokitalo)
11.45-12.05 Randi Holmestad, Norwegian University of Science and Tehcnology: Phase Mapping of Precipitates in Aluminium Alloys by SPED 11.45-12.05 Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez, University of Gothenburg: The BUILD project: Proof-of-concept study for high-resolution correlative multimodal imaging of mouse brain
12.05-12.25 Justinas Palisaitis, Linköping University: Atomic-scale study of planar defects in transition metal diboride coatings 12.05-12.25 Ilya Belevich, University of Helsinki: Democratizing deep learning for image segmentation with DeepMIB
12.25-12.45 Andreas Rosnes, Norwegian University of Science and Technology: Differentiating Polyamorphous SiO2 by SPED, PDF and Blind Source Separation Algorithm 12.25-12.45 Sonal Prasad, Linköping University: Metabolic age-related hearing loss: Functional changes in the organ of Corti
12.45-13.05 Thomas Thersleff, Stockholm University: Advanced nanoscale characterization of lithium ion batteries 12.45-13.05 Christian Schwalb, Quantum Design Microscopy GmbH: In-situ Nanoscale Characterization of Electrical and Magnetic Properties of 3D Nanostructures by combination of AFM, SEM and FIB

13.05-14.00 Lunch break & poster session 

14.00-15.00 Company introductions (Chair: Turkka Salminen): Denssolutions, Vironova, Miltenyi Biotec, Jeol, Thermo Fisher, Spectral, Finfocus

15.00-15.30 Plenary (Chair: Minnamari Vippola): Giuseppe Balistreri, University of Helsinki, Finland: How SARS-CoV-2 enters human cells and how can we stop it

Break 10 min 

Material Session 2: Applications and simulations in electron microscopy (Chair: Mari Honkanen) Life Session 2:  Imaging of cells and biomaterials (Chair: Varpu Marjomäki)
15.40-16.00 Mads Larsen, Technical University of Denmark: Simulating Electron-Holography with FEM for charge analysis 15.40-16.00 Anne Skogberg, Tampere University: SEM characterization of cell morphology on flat 2D substrates, more physiological 3D substrates and porous substrates for diverse cell cultivation applications
16.00-16.20 Erkka Frankberg, Tampere Unviversity: Plasticity of amorphous Al2O3 at room temperature 16.00-16.20 Igor Shevkunov, Tampere University: Coherent lensless phase microscope with subpixel resolution
16.20-16.40 Thao Nguyen, Top Analytica Oy: High resolution SEM/EDS study of stainless steel oxidation at high temperatures 16.20-16.40 Ingela Parmryd, University of Gothenburg: Analysis of membrane order in pollen tubes – Methodological challenges and plant unique findings
16.40-17 Robert Boyd, Linköping University: Low voltage scanning electron microscopy analysis of thin film microstructure 16.40-17 Julia Fadjukov, Tampere University: Investigating the physiology of retinal pigment epithelium with immunogold electron microscopy

Tuesday 21.6.2022

11.00-11.30 Plenary (Chair: Minnamari Vippola): Jianghua Chen, Hunan University, China: Quantitative and 3D electron microscopy for materials science

Break 5 min 

Material Session 3: In-situ electron microscopy (Chair: Thomas Willum Hansen) Life Session 3: Fluorescence imaging (Chair: Katri Lindfors)
11.35-11.55 Ofentse Makgae, Lund University: Visualising the variable temperature oxidation of titanium nitride in the aberration-corrected environmental TEM 11.35-11.55 Ainsley Huang, University of Gothenburg: Optimising image analysis of membrane hydration using solvatochromic fluorophores
11.55-12.15 Gaurav Mohanty, Tampere University: Recent advances in in-situ micromechanical testing inside Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM) 11.55-12.15 Kesara Anamthawat-Jonsson, University of Iceland: Genomic relationship between American lymegrass species and their Eurasian and Asiatic relatives
12.15-12.35 Michael Seifner, Lund University: Direct observation of facet, morphology, and phase evolution in photocatalytic materials 12.15-12.35 Elina Yli-Rantala, Tampere University: Fluorescence microscopy and SEM in the validation of a microplastic extraction method

Break 5 min 

12.40-13.40 Company introductions (Chair: Turkka Salminen): Carl Zeiss, Tescan, Thermo Fisher, Xspect, Oxford Instruments, Blue Scientific, Gatan

13.40-14.40 Lunch break & poster session 

14.40-15.10 Plenary (Chair Minnamari Vippola): Lucy Collinson, Francis Crick Institute, UK: Volume CLEM: Bigger, better, faster, more…

Break 5 min 

Material Session 4: Force microscopy (Chair: Kati Valtonen) Life Session 4: Electron microscopy methods in biology (Chair: Nonappa)
15.15-15.35 Maja Vuckovac, Aalto University: Scanning droplet adhesion microscopy 15.15-15.35 Helena Vihinen, University of Helsinki: Thin section TEM analysis to study Golgi morphology and localization of Golgi proteins
15.35-15.55 Anthoula Poulia, University of Oslo: Magnetic force microscopy in the service of high entropy alloys exploration 15.35-15.55 Tayyaba Malik, Technical University of Denmark: Application of nanochannel liquid cell for liquid phase electron microscopy
15.55-16.15 Mika Latikka, Aalto University: Scanning droplet tribometer for rapid surface wetting mapping 15.55-16.15 Vili Lampinen, Tampere University: Modular vaccine platform based on the norovirus-like particle

Break 5 min 

16.20-17 General assembly, prizes and closing remarks (Zoom link sent for memebers by email 15.5.2022)


Wednesday 22.6.2022

CT & TEM FIB and in-situ SEM session
11:00-11:30 TESCAN / Finfocus – Spectral CT 11:00-11:30 Carl Zeiss – New abilities in electron microscopy through Laser FIB and sensitive BSE detection
11:30-12:00 Denssolutions – Advanced in situ electron microscopy: A revolutionary tool for materials science, catalysis, energy storage & life science applications 11:30-12:00 TESCAN / Finfocus – Gain the maximum throughput with artifact-free surfaces for sample characterization by using high current plasma FIB-SEM
12:00-12:30 Vironova – Image analysis tools for the characterization of drug delivery systems by TEM 12:00-12:30 Thermo Fisher – Multiscale microscopic characterization of 3D volume and interface using cutting edge multiple ion species plasma FIB integrated with femtosecond laser beam
12:30-13:00 Protochips / Xspect – AXON & In-Situ (S)TEM Applications: A Complete Machine Vision Solution for Accurate TEM Data Collection, Drift Correction and Data Processing 12:30-13:00 Alemnis / Spectral – Recent innnovations in in situ extreme micromechanics

13.00-13.50 Lunch break

13.50-14.00 Awards Ceremony Zoom-link

TEM & Optical Microscopy SEM and characterization
14:00-14:30 Thermo Fisher – Smart EPU: A Software Ecosystem to Automate SPA Acquisition 14:00-14:30 Oxford Instruments – Combined WDS-EDS analysis on the SEM
14:30-15:00 Miltenyi Biotec – Multiplex imaging – Simplicity defies complexity with the MACSima™ Imaging Platform 14:30-15:00 Oxford Instruments – Bringing EDS to life! Multi-colour electron microscopy on biological samples.
15:00-15:30 Direct Electron / Oxford Instruments – Apollo – A New Event-Based Direct Detection Camera for Ultra-Fast Cryo-EM 15:00-15:30 Jeol – Interactive Demo – Experience highest resolution and intuitive handling with IT800 SEM LIVE
15:30-16:00 Direct Electron / Oxford Instruments – Celeritas – A New large-Array Direct Detector for Ultra-Fast 4D STEM 15:30-16:00 Delmic / Spectral – Cathodoluminescence for materials science applications: semiconductors and photovoltaics
16:00-16:20 Gatan / Blue Scientific – Multimode diffraction in the TEM 16:00-16:30 Gatan / Blue Scientific – Revealing the photonic band structure in structured materials by cathodoluminescence microscopy
16:20-16:40 Nanomegas / Xspect – Precession enhanced Electron Diffraction in TEM: From Structure Determination to Orientation & Strain Mapping at nm scale 16:30-17:00 Bruker Nano / Xspect – Recent developments on characterization of nanomaterials using on-axis TKD in SEM
16:40-17:00 Fischione / Xspect – Optimum sample preparation by low energy, concentrated ion beam Ar milling


Shahroz Ahmed, Tampere University: Dynamic strain aging in multiphase steels
Betül Aktaş, Tampere University: Porous flame sprayed Al2O3 coating for slippery liquid infused surface
Christopher Røhl Andersen, Technical University of Denmark: Local E-field manipulation of III-V nanowire catalysts in an environmental transmission electron microscope
Suprit Bhusare, Tampere University: Indentation based stress relaxation tests – novel tests to study transient plasticity
Paulami Bose, Indian Institute of Technology Madras: Atom transfer between precision nanoclusters and polydispersed nanoparticles: A facile route for monodisperse alloy nanoparticles and their superstructures
Tejas Gundgire, Tampere University: Surface and subsurface modification of selective laser melting built 316L stainless steel by means of severe shot peening
Reza Jafari, Tampere University: A microstructure-based approach towards cold sprayed composite coating quality assessment
Heli Koivuluoto, Tampere University: Microstructural details of high-pressure cold-sprayed aluminium alloy coatings
Aloshious Lambai, Tampere University: High strain rate testing of ultra fine grained aluminium at micro and macro length scales
Anastasiia Matiukhina, Tampere University: Perovskite nanocrystals under the Transmission Electron Microscope: towards reliable data
Kristian Mølhave, Techincal University of Denmark: Electrochemical Scanning Electron Microscopy
Baeckkyoung Sung, KIST Europe / UST Korea: Cryo-electron microscopy of a thermotropic liquid crystal film dispersed with superparamagnetic nanoparticles
Taimin Yang, Stockholm University: Development and application of automated experiments in transmission electron microscopy
Rassim Younes, University of Bejaia: Structural and Microstructural investigation on TBC alumina doped with Titanium Coatings obtained by thermal spray process
Amirhossein Zabihi, Tampere University: Microscopic characterization of fretting damage in quenched and tempered steel
Setareh Zakeri, Tampere University: Applications of electron microscopy in additive manufacturing of porous multi-ceramics structures