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Date:         Thu, 21 Sep 2000 15:33:07 +0200
Reply-To:     Jo van Zwaren de Zwarenstein <[log in to unmask]>
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From:         Jo van Zwaren de Zwarenstein <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Optics-L: French Israel  Workshop Nano Characterization of Materi
              als Sept 25-26!!!!!
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> <<poster1_.doc>> > > <<...>> > Ministry of Science, Culture & Sport > State of Israel > > > Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of France > > > Franco-Israeli Workshop > on > Characterization of Materials > at > Nano-meter Scale > > The Olive Tree Hotel, Jerusalem, Israel September 25-26, 2000 > > Scope > > The scope of the workshop is to give an overview of the most advanced > characterization methods that are rarely presented together: electron > microscopy, X-rays diffraction and scanning probe microscopy. Applications > will cover particles as well as near-surface and interfaces, and different > materials ranging from single crystal to soft matter. > The workshop will present a unique opportunity to update the personal > knowledge on characterization, to discuss with specialists the application > of a various methods and to advance the collaboration between Israeli and > French laboratories. > A space for discussion, in a poster format, will be available. > Registration for Posters possible until September 22, 2000. > A final round table discussion will include issues such as the impact of > different characterization methods on basic science and on technology, as > well as teaching and availability of the different methods. > > Organizers: > The workshop is organized and supported by the Israeli Ministry of > Science, Culture and Sport and by the French Ministry for Foreign Affairs. > The Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Physical > Electronics, will provide additional support. > > Invited Talks: > > J. Daillant (Universite de Paris-Sud, Orsay): > Structure and fluctuations of soft matter interfaces > > M. Deutsch (Bar Ilan University, Ramat-Gan): > The nanoscale study of liquid surfaces and overlayers by x-rays. > > A. Naudon (Universite de Poitiers, Futuroscope, Poitiers): > Study of the morphology of nanoparticles by grazing-incidence small angle > X-ray scattering > > Y. Cohen (Technion, Haifa): > In-situ SAXS-deformation studies on highly ordered block copolymers > > J.P. Morniroli (Universite de Sciences et Technologies de Lille, Lille): > Application of electron diffraction to nanocrystal structure determination > > W. Kaplan (Technion, Haifa): > Electron microscopy investigations of nanometer thick crystalline and > amorphous equilibrium films at metal-ceramic interfaces > > J.M. Penisson (Centre d'Etudes Nucleaire, Grenoble): > Energy filtered imaging at high resolution: application to grain boundary > precipitation, segregation and wetting. > > Y. Talmon (Technion, Haifa): > Nanoscopic imaging of soft condensed matter by digital cryogenic TEM > > > G. Dujardin (Universite de Paris-Sud, Orsay): > Surface molecular reactions studied with the STM > > S. Cohen (Weizmann Institute, Rehovot): > Surface electronic characterization with SPM > > I. Goldfarb (Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv): > In situ STM and RHEED analysis of strain-induced nanostructures on > surfaces of heteroepitaxial layers > > Y. Menassen (Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva): > STM investigations of random kinetic surface processes > > T. Epicier (INSA, Lyon): > Application of electron microscopy (HREM and other methods) to material > analysis at nanoscale > > A. Loiseau (ONERA, Paris): > Application of electron microscopy to the study of the structure, > chemistry and growth of nanotubes. > > B. Bormans (Philips - Electron Optics, Eindhoven, Netherlands): > Toward aberration free & monochromatic electron microscopy > > > Organizing Committee > > Bourret Alain - C.E.A. Grenoble - Co-Chair > Cohen Sydney - Weizmann Institute > Deutsch Moshe - Bar Ilan University > Kaplan Wayne - Technion, Haifa > Lereah Yossi - Tel Aviv University - Co-Chair > Rosenfeld Elieser - Ministry of Science, Culture and Sport, Israel > Shimony Beky - Ministry of Science, Culture and Sport, Israel > > Registration by E-mail: > Beky Shimony, Conference Secretary, > Ministry of Science, Culture and Sport: > [log in to unmask] > > For a detailed program and further information and registration, please > visit our Web sites: > > > > > > > > >

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