JEOL BRASIL Instrumentos Científicos Ltda. is proud to sponsor the 6th biannual Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) Summer School being held at the Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory (LNNano), located in the Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM) campus, Campinas – Brazil. The classroom sessions will be scheduled between January 11 and 29, 2016. Candidates may apply until August 31st. 100 participants are expected to attend.
Three high-resolution, versatile TEM models from JEOL will be used for training: JEM-1400, JEM-2100, and JEM-2100F. Applications experts from JEOL will also be available for assistance. “We are delighted to support LNNano and be involved with this highly-regarded, national educational program,” says Mr. Yuichi Matsumoto, President of JEOL Brasil Ltda., located in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
JEOL is a world leader in the development and manufacture of high performance, high stability Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM) with more than 60 years of expertise in producing TEMs designed for life sciences and material sciences. Some of the world’s most notable researchers use JEOL TEMs in their work.
Details for applicants are provided by LNNano:
LNNano receives applications for the 6th TEM Summer School
The TEM Summer School aims to contribute to the advanced training of graduate students and researchers in the fields of engineering, materials science, physics, chemistry and related fields from academic and industrial communities, in Brazil and abroad, on theoretical and practical concepts of TEM techniques for materials characterization. It is a three week course where the first two weeks are dedicated to basic and advanced theoretical classes and the third one will be focused on practical classes using the Electron Microscopy facilities available at LNNano.
The courses will be taught by leading researchers in the field of electron microscopy associated to important research and educational institutions of Brazil and oversees. See all speakers for the 6th edition.
Official invitation from the Organizing Committee
Every candidate must fill out the application form, attaching an updated CV, Graduate transcripts, a summary of research project justifying the use of TEM techniques, an essay justifying why is important for you to attend the school, an abstract of partial or complete analysis of your own scientific research (using TEM) to present as poster, and a recommendation letter. Check How to participate.
The 6th TEM Summer School is organized by the Electron Microscopy Laboratory (LME/LNNano) with the FAPESP support. For further information please visit: http://pages.cnpem.br/temsummerschool