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EAMC3

  • The 3rd East-Asia Microscopy Conference
  • November 7~10, 2017
  • Exhibition Center 2, BEXCO in Busan, South Korea

  • Conference Program

    Scientific Session


A. Instruments & Techniques

A-1. Instrumentation
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Will be posted soon !
  • Session Organizers
    • Dr. Bok Lae Cho (KRISS, KSM)
    • Prof. Hidehiro Yasuda (Osaka University, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #121
Speaker Yusuke Sakuda CV
Affiliation JEOL
Title The study of various contrasts in low voltage SEM
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #121
Speaker Tsunenori Nomaguchi CV
Affiliation Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation
Title Development of aberration corrected scanning electron microscope equipped with annular and circular electrodes
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #121
Speaker Eric Van Cappellen CV
Affiliation Thermo Fisher Scientific
Title Recent high-end TEM developments at Thermo Fisher Scientific
A-2. Advanced TEM/STEM
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • This symposium focuses on the analysis of various materials using advanced TEM / STEM method. In particular, it is possible to understand materials functionality using state-of-the-art TEM/STEM analysis (but are not limited to), the application of monochromated EELS, atomic resolution STEM, EDS analysis at the atomic level, CBED for the transformation analysis, atomic dynamic studying. We welcome contributions studying materials structure, chemical structure analysis as well as recent developed TEM/STEM analysis.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Sung Yoon Chung (KAIST, KSM)
    • Dr. Jae Hyuck Jang (KBSI, KSM)
    • Prof. Naoya Shibata (University of Tokyo, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #326
Speaker Yuichi Ikuhara CV
Affiliation University of Tokyo
Title Atomic Resolution STEM Characterization of Grain Boundaries and Surfaces in Energy Materials
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #326
Speaker Si-Young Choi CV
Affiliation POSTECH
Title Electron Microscopic Approach to Enhance Electrostrain
A-3. In-situ TEM
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • In-situ TEM has become a versatile, powerful technique to demonstrate microstructural properties simultaneously with measurement of chemical, physical, optical, mechanical or electrical properties. In this session, in-situ study will cover the correlation between microstructures and chemical/physical properties in solid, liquid or gas environments by using S/TEM, EDS or EELS technique.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Jong Min Yuk (KAIST, KSM)
    • Prof. Sang Ho Oh (Sungkyunkwan University, KSM)
    • Dr. Young Heon Kim (KRISS, KSM)
    • Prof. Yoshifumi Oshima (JAIST, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #122
Speaker Ji-Hwan KwonCV
Affiliation KRISS
Title In-situ electromechanical properties of low dimensional nanomaterials
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #122
Speaker Jong Min Yuk CV
Affiliation KAIST
Title In-situ liquid electron microscopy of colloidal and energy materials
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #122
Speaker Fu-Rong Chen CV
Affiliation National Tsing-Hua University
Title A03-0738
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #122
Speaker Nobuo Tanaka CV
Affiliation Nagoya University
Title New possibility of environmental high-voltage electron microscopy in Nagoya University
A-4. Scanning Probe Microscopy
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) has become a quintessential tool of nanoscience and nanotechnology. While remarkable technical developments of SPM have been implemented over the last a couple of decades, significant efforts are still ongoing to explore new analytic tool and further understanding of cantilever dynamics. Based on these efforts, local physical and chemical phenomena have been explored in various material systems. The purpose of this session is to bring together SPM researchers who focus on advancing SPM techniques and SPM data analysis.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Yunseok Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, KSM)
    • Dr. Hoon Kyu Shin (NINT,POSTECH, KSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #323
Speaker Seungbum HongCV
Affiliation KAIST
Title Visualization of polarization, screening charges and ionic transport using atomic force microscopy
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #323
Speaker Jewook ParkCV
Affiliation Institute for Basic Science
Title Probing electric properties of hetero-interface at graphene/hexagonal boron nitride in-plane junction
A-5. X-ray Microscopy for Materials Application
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Several talks on the most recent advances in X-ray microscopy and its applications into hard and soft (biological) materials and future perspectives for X-ray microscopy will be addressed in this session. Advanced X-ray optics and instrumentations including coherent diffraction imaging and X-ray field electron laser (XFEL) will be presented.
      • In-situ X-ray microscopy
      • X-ray microscopy and nanoscopy
      • X-ray spectronanoscopy
      • X-ray microtomography and nanotomography
      • High-resolution high-speed X-ray imaging
      • Application of in-situ X-ray imaging
      • Application of high-resolution high-speed X-ray imaging
      • Application of spectronanoscopy
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Byung Mook Weon (Sungkyunkwan University, KSM)
    • Dr. Jun Lim (Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, KSM)
    • Prof. Chien-Chun Chen (National Sun Yat-sen University, MST)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #324
Speaker Chien-Chun ChenCV
Affiliation National Sun Yat-sen University
Title Three-Dimensional Coherent X-Ray Diffraction Microscopy Using Taiwan Photon Source and Free Electron Lasers
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #324
Speaker Sangsul Lee CV
Affiliation Pohang Accelerator Laboratory
Title The novel method of spectroscopic nanoscopy using synchrotron based full-field X-ray microscopy
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #324
Speaker Sang Jun Lee CV
Affiliation POSTECH
Title X-ray micro-imaging of various biofluid flow Phenomena
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #324
Speaker Yeukuang Hwu CV
Affiliation Academia Sinica
Title Multi-scale multi-dimensional imaging for brain
A-6 Phase TEM: Lorentz TEM/Holography/DPC
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Electrostatic and/or magnetic potentials in materials can be explored by measuring the phase of the electron wave passing through the TEM specimen. Suitable techniques include Lorentz TEM, electron holography, differential phase contrast (DPC), and other phase reconstruction methods. This symposium will consider recent advances in those techniques and applications for materials science and engineering. Platform and poster presentations will include the emergence of novel approaches and instrumentation, as well as providing an overview of latest applications to various materials, i.e., piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials, magnetic materials, semiconductor devices, and nanostructures.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Hyun Soon Park (INHA University, KSM)
    • Dr. Kyung Song (KIMS, KSM)
    • Dr. Toshiaki Tanigaki (Hitachi, Ltd., JSM)
    • Prof. Yasukazu Murakami (Kyushu University, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #121
Speaker Yasukazu MURAKAMICV
Affiliation Kyushu University
Title Electron holography studies on interface magnetism in functional materials
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #121
Speaker Toshiaki Tanigaki CV
Affiliation Hitachi, Ltd., Research & Development Group
Title Magnetic field observations inside materials using high-voltage electron holography
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #121
Speaker Daisuke Shindo CV
Affiliation Tohoku University
Title Advances in electron holography for electromagnetic field visualization
A-7. Atom Probe Microscopy
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Will be posted soon !
  • Session Organizers
    • Dr. Jae Bok Seol (NINT, POSTECH, KSM)
    • Prof. Pyuck-Pa Choi (KAIST, KSM)
    • Prof. Hung-Wei Yen (National Taiwan University, MST)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #325
Speaker Pyuck-Pa ChoiCV
Affiliation KAIST
Title Characterization of metallic nanoparticles using Atom Probe Tomography
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #325
Speaker Hung-Wei YenCV
Affiliation National Taiwan University
Title Step-by-step characterizations on deformation-and-partition steels
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #325
Speaker Pradeep Konda GokuldossCV
Affiliation RWTH Aachen
Title Correlative atom probe microscopy study of interface diffusion assisted nano-scale phase formation in self-healing Cr2Al(Si)C MAX phase

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B. Materials Science

B-1. Materials for Industry: Semiconductor and Battery
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Semiconductor and energy storage device (battery) are the key commercial products to lead modern civilization and their market have been steeply growing, since these products are used every electronic devices. However there continues to be needs for further performance improvement of these devices. Electron microscopy is a most useful technique for exploring new materials or device structure as well as for testing product quality.
      This session will broadly cover semiconductor- and battery-related topics investigated using various electron microscopy techniques.
  • Session Organizers
    • Dr. Seong Yong Park (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, KSM)
    • Dr. Tadahiro Kawasaki (JFCC, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #323
Speaker Kazuo YamamotoCV
Affiliation Japan Fine Ceramics Center
Title Direct visualization of solid-state electrochemical reactions in Li-ion batteries by spatially-resolved TEM-EELS
B-2. Nano Materials
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Will be posted soon !
  • Session Organizers
    • Dr. Bong Joong Kim (GIST, KSM)
    • Dr. Jae Pyoung Ahn (KIST, KSM)
    • Prof. Kazuhisa Sato (Osaka University, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #324
Speaker Syo Matsumura CV
Affiliation Kyushu University
Title Atomic resolution electron microscopy of metallic nanoparticles
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #323
Speaker Jianbo Wang CV
Affiliation Wuhan University
Title Atomistic and Real-time Structural Characterization in Low-dimensional Materials
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #324
Speaker Xuedong Bai CV
Affiliation Physics Institute
Title Development of in-situ TEM technique and real-time observation of solid state ionic processes
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #324
Speaker Yi-Chia Chou CV
Affiliation National Chiao Tung Univ.
Title B02-0728
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #324
Speaker Cheng-Yen Wen CV
Affiliation National Taiwan Univ.
Title B02-0729
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #323
Speaker Litao Sun CV
Affiliation Southeast University
Title In situ TEM study on sub-10nm materials
B-3. Structural Materials
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • The current researches in materials science offer many challenges for revealing and finding the origin of mechanical properties in metals and alloys. The microscopic method continues to advance to meet these challenges with the advanced equipment and softer ware. This session will cover all aspects of specimen preparation and characterization of materials, as they influence mechanical properties. Contributions are welcome for all the structural materials including ferrous and none-ferrous alloys. The experimental approach for revealing mechanical properties will be the main issues in this session covering applications of light microscopy, micro-indentation hardness, FIB, SIMS, SEM imaging and EMPA, AEM, TEM, EBSD or WDS/EDS analysis, and any other relevant method.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Jong Ryoul Kim (Hanyang University, KSM)
    • Prof. Yoon Uk Heo (POSTECH, KSM)
    • Dr. Toru Hara (NIMS, JSM)
    • Prof. Hsin-Chih Lin (National Taiwan University, MST)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #321+322
Speaker Hsin-Chih Lin CV
Affiliation National Taiwan University
Title Effects of sub-zero and tempering treatments on the hydrogen embrittlement of 15B30 steel
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #321+322
Speaker Chih-Yuan Chen CV
Affiliation National Taipei University of Technology
Title High Strength Steel Hardened mainly by nano-sized carbides and copper particles
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #321+322
Speaker Jer-Ren YangCV
Affiliation National Taiwan University
Title TEM investigation of the interphase-precipitated carbides strengthening of dual-phase steels and the secondary hardening of low-carbon Nb-Mo-bearing bainitic steels
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #321+322
Speaker Jianghua Chen CV
Affiliation HuNan University
Title Atomic-resolution electron microscopy for aluminum alloys as high-performance industry materials
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #321+322
Speaker Takahito Ohmura CV
Affiliation National institute for Materials Science
Title Nano-mechanical characterization of steels through Nanoindentation and TEM in-situ straining
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #321+322
Speaker Tae-Ho Lee CV
Affiliation KIMS
Title A dislocation-based model for the deformation mechanism of austenitic steel
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #321+322
Speaker Ohnuki Somei CV
Affiliation Hokkaido Univ.
Title Atomistic arrangement of radiation damage in high-energy particle-irradiated materials
B-4. Functional Oxides
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Functional oxides have a wide range of applications in the industry. In this regard, the understanding of various oxides using the advanced microscopy often drives us to discover the new functional oxides with interesting and useful properties in the field of physics, chemistry, and materials science. This symposium will focus on showing the novel approach to understand the mysterious phenomena in various oxides, based on the microscopic tools such as STEM, TEM, SPM, diffraction imaging, spectroscopy imaging. In terms of target materials, the session will cover the ferroelectric/ferromagnetic/multiferroic oxides, oxide in Lithium ion battery, thermoelectric oxides, structurally strong and stable oxides, metal-insulator transition oxides, and so on.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Si Young Choi (POSTECH, KSM)
    • Prof. Young Min Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, KSM)
    • Prof. Ming-Wen Chu (National Taiwan University, MST)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #325
Speaker Chan Ho Yang CV
Affiliation KAIST
Title Topological textures and functionalities in strain graded ferroelectric oxide nanostructures
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #325
Speaker Ryo Ishikawa CV
Affiliation University of Tokyo
Title Advance Electron Microscopy for Oxide Materials
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #325
Speaker Ming-Wen ChuCV
Affiliation National Taiwan University
Title Emergent Charge Condensations at Two-Dimensional Oxide Interfaces and Néel-Type Ferroelectric Domain Walls
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #324
Speaker Xiuliang Ma CV
Affiliation Metal Research Institute
Title Giant linear strain gradient with extremely low elastic energy in a perovskite nanostructure array
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #325
Speaker Xiaoyan Zhong CV
Affiliation Tsinghua University
Title HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION ELECTRON MAGNETIC CIRCULAR DICHORISM
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #324
Speaker Lin Gu CV
Affiliation Physics Institute
Title Atomic-scale investigation of electrically induced ion migration and structural evolution of functional oxides
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #324
Speaker Richeng Yu CV
Affiliation Physics Institute
Title TEM Studies on Nano-filament Evolution in Switching Processes in HfO2-based Resistive Random Access Memory
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #325
Speaker Daisuke Kan CV
Affiliation Kyoto Univ.
Title Atomic engineering of transition metal oxides as a new route for exploring their functional properties
B-5. Low-Dimensional Materials
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Low-dimensional materials lead to technological advances in the field of nano-electronics, energy and environment. For example, advent of recent graphene and 2D transition metal dichalcogenides stimulate new applications in many new areas. Carbon-based nanomaterials have made significant progresses. This session focuses on analytical transmission electron microscopy, aberration-corrected TEM/STEM imaging and spectroscopy, scanning tunneling microscopy, in-situ experiments to characterize the emerging low dimensional materials for structure, growth, properties, defects and interfaces. Presentations are sought from the areas of 0D, 1D and 2D materials including graphene, nanoparticles, nanowires and nanotubes, carbon nanomaterials and so on.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Zonghoon Lee (UNIST, KSM)
    • Prof. Wu Zhou (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, CEMS)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #323
Speaker Chuanhong Jin CV
Affiliation Zhejiang University
Title Direct imaging of kinetic pathways of atomic diffusion in monolayer molybdenum disulfide by advanced ADF-STEM
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #323
Speaker Yung-Chang Lin CV
Affiliation AIST
Title Giant Peierls distortion experimentally observed in one-dimensional carbon atomic chains
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #323
Speaker Juan Carlos Idrobo CV
Affiliation Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title Novel Spectroscopy with Monochromated and Aberration-Corrected STEM
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #323
Speaker Feng Ding CV
Affiliation IBS/UNIST
Title The Mechanism of Low Dimensional Nanomaterials Synthesis

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C. Life Sciences

C-1. Histology and Cell Biology
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Ths session is dedicated to provide a unique source of information about all aspects of histological and microscopical structure of tissues, and to the microscopy of molecular histology and cell biology in plant and animal cells.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Kim Jin (Catholic Medical Center, KSM)
    • Prof. John Wang (China Medical University Hospital, MST)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #123
Speaker Suxia Wang CV
Affiliation Peking University First Hospital
Title Monoclonal immunoglobulin related crystalloid nephropathy: ultrastructural diagnosis
C-2. Biology of Plants and Microbes
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Plants and microbes are essential to maintain life on earth. This session will serve as a forum for the exchange of scientific knowledge and technical information on the microscopy of plants and microbes. Target specimens range from non-cellular entities to multi-cellular eukaryotes: viruses, bacteria, archaea, protists, fungi, lichens, plants, woods, and other related organisms across all three domains of life. Topics encompass gross morphology, classical ultrastructure, organismic interactions, structure-function relationships, and responses to environmental cues at the micro and nanoscale as well as microscopic methodologies. Non-invasive imaging and other optical technologies are also addressed in this session.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Ki Woo Kim (Kyungpook National University, KSM)
    • Prof. Ichirou Karahara (University of Toyama, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #123
Speaker Feng Xu CV
Affiliation Beijing Forestry University
Title Visualization of plant cell wall deconstruction during chemical pretreatment process
C-3. 3-dimensional Electron Microscopy (Cryo-EM, Electron tomography)
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • The session will focus on the latest 3D electron microscopy techniques and their applications. Major topics will include
      • Cryo-electron microscopy single particle analysis and/or electron crystallography for near-atomic resolution structure determination of protein complexes.
      • Electron tomography and subtomogram averaging of biological specimen in their native, cellular context.
      Serial block-face SEM for 3D imaging of large area such as brain tissues.
  • Session Organizers
    • Dr. Jae Kyung Hyun (KBSI, KSM)
    • Prof. Keisuke Ohta (Kurume University, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #124
Speaker Changcheng Yin CV
Affiliation Peking University Health Science Center
Title Structural mechanisms of channel gating and ion selectivity of ryanodine receptor/calcium release channel
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #124
Speaker Masahide Kikkawa CV
Affiliation University of Tokyo
Title Combination of cryo-EM and genetics for studying eukaryotic cilia
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #124
Speaker Ji-Joon Song CV
Affiliation KAIST
Title Towards high-resolution cryo-EM structure of neurodegenerative disease protein
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #124
Speaker Claus J. Burkhardt CV
Affiliation NMI Natural and Medical Sciences Institute at the University of Tübingen
Title Cryo FIB/SEM on frozen hydrated biological samples and biological/technical interface
C-4 & 5. Molecular Labeling and Super-resolved Fluorescence Microscopy
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Electron microscopy (SEM, TEM, using ImmunoEM etc.), Light microscopy, Super resolution microscopy, Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy for understanding various cellular phenomena. Various techniques using molecular marker will be introduced.
  • Session Organizers
    • Dr. Ohkyung Kwon (NICEM, Seoul National University, KSM)
    • Prof. Ji Young Mun (Eulji University, KSM)
    • Prof. Chan-Gi Pack (University of Ulsan College of Medicine · Convergence Medicine, KSM)
    • Dr. Yasushi Okada (RIKEN, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #123
Speaker Yujie Sun CV
Affiliation Peking Univ.
Title Single Molecule Study of Chromatin Structure and Dynamics
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #123
Speaker Peilin Chen CV
Affiliation Academia Sinica
Title Rapid three-dimensional super-resolution microscopy using spontaneously blinking dyes
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #123
Speaker Mako Kamiya CV
Affiliation The University of Tokyo
Title Spontaneously blinking fluorophores for super-resolution imaging
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #123
Speaker Yasushi Okada CV
Affiliation RIKEN
Title High-speed high-resolution live cell imaging with confocal microscope optics
C-6. Connectomics
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • A distinctive neuronal circuitry in the brain is believed to make us unique individuals. The structure of neuronal network is extraordinarily complicated because each neuron makes synapses with thousands of other cells in a densely packed neuropil. Connectomics is to produce comprehensive maps of such networks at the level of synaptic connections. Recent technical and computational advances in volume electron microscopy allow large-scale circuit reconstruction of the nervous system with unprecedented detail at high speed. In this session, we introduce the automated collection and segmentation of large-scale electron-microscopy data, outcomes, and further advances in microscopic design.
  • Session Organizers
    • Dr. Kea Joo Lee (KBRI, KSM)
    • Prof. Shigeo Okabe (Tokyo University, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #326
Speaker Jinseop Kim CV
Affiliation KBSI
Title Ultrastructure of Mouse Cerebellum: Reconstruction of Serial Electron Microscope Images
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #326
Speaker Nobuhiko Ohno CV
Affiliation NIPS
Title Improved sample preparation of electron microscopic volume imaging for connectome
C-7. High voltage electron microscopy
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Bio-medical and nano-material specimens have highly exquisite three-dimensional (3D) structures with complex links. Therefore, it needs 3D observation of samples with high resolution using electron microscope having high voltage to understand its detailed structure. For this reason, High Voltage Electron Microscope (HVEM)-based imaging and related analytical techniques such as 3D electron tomography and 3D model reconstruction are essential key technology for high resolution imaging and analytical visualization of structurally complicated bio-medical in their 3D structure. Moreover, understanding an exact 3D structure of the nano materials (ex. rod, particle, etc.) and the semiconductor device is crucial for the property.
      In this session, various recent research topics and results from the bio-medical research and nano-material research, which using HVEM and its related software suites will be discussed.
  • Session Organizers
    • Dr. Hee Seok Kweon (KBSI, KSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #325
Speaker MUTO, Shunsuke CV
Affiliation Nagoya Univ.
Title In situ observation of catalytic reactions under gas atmosphere by reaction science high-voltage scanning transmission electron microscope equipped with quadrupole mass spectrometer
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #325
Speaker Hidehiro Yasuda CV
Affiliation Osaka Univ.
Title Recent progress of in situ observation by ultra-high voltage electron microscopy
Speech Date Nov. 10 Speech Place #325
Speaker Im Joo Rhyu CV
Affiliation Korea Univ.
Title Approaches to Some Biological Phenomena with High Voltage Electron Microscopy
C-8. Correlative Microscopy
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Electron microscopy and light microscopy have their own niche. Electron microscopy provides enough resolution to resolve details of cellular compartment yet typically lacks efficient molecular labeling. It is rarely used for reconstruction of large volumes, which makes quantitative description of structure challenging.
      On the other hand, conventional light microscopy has limited optical resolution. In order to combine advantages of both microscopies, therefore, efficient and reliable Correlated Light microscopy and Electron Microscopy (CLEM) is essential.
      The role of CLEM is particularly pronounced in neural circuit reconstruction. Ideal imaging technique requires the necessary resolution to detect individual synapses which are often smaller than light refraction. The methods need to be applicable to large enough volume reconstruction that covers entire unit of microcircuit, Molecular labeling compatibility is a huge advantage so as to enclose functional meaning of the reconstructed volume.
      In this session, we will discuss about status of current technologies for CLEM and various sciences using CLEM.
  • Session Organizers
    • Dr. Jong Cheol Rah (KBRI, KSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #124
Speaker Hyun-Woo Rhee CV
Affiliation UNIST
Title A new genetically encoded tag protein for electron microscopy and proximity labeling
C-9. Tissue Clearing and Mesoscale Imaging
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Tissue Clearing for the volume imaging has received great attention for the imaging of whole organisms or organs without tissue sectioning. The practical use of tissue clearing techniques is in fact dependent on the development of novel and efficient optical tools visualizing the large and thick specimens with high-resolution. In this session, the contemporary tissue clearing and volume imaging techniques will be discussed.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Woong Sun (Korea University, KSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #326
Speaker Sunghoe Chang CV
Affiliation Seoul National University College of Medicine
Title Development of novel methods for rapid and efficient processing of cleared sample and for tissue clearing with minimal sample deformation
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #326
Speaker Youngshik ChoeCV
Affiliation Korea Brain Research Institute
Title Topographic biomarker visualization for Alzheimer’s disease
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #326
Speaker Woong Sun CV
Affiliation Korea Univ.
Title Acrylamide-based tissue clearing for high-resolution 3D imaging of biomolecules
C-10. Synchrotron
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • X-ray microscopy with synchrotron radiation (SR) is a powerful technique that visualizes the structure of materials and biomedical specimens at high resolution. Basically it generates quantitative maps of the X-ray interaction with a sample which are well interpreted either as the structure of the sample or the compositional distribution within it. Hard X-rays specifically refer to X-rays of wavelengths shorter than 1 Å. They have good penetration so that the interior structure of a sample can be investigated by analyzing the intensity and phase of the transmitted X-rays. Computed Tomography is applied to visualize it three dimensionally. For higher resolution imaging down to 50 nm, an X-ray version of optical microscopy employing zone plates as focusing optics is available. In this session, a very attractive X-ray optics for soft tissues imaging and results from bio-medical research which using X-ray microscopy with synchrotron radiation (SR) will be discussed.
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Hongtae Kim (Catholic University of Daegu School of Medicine)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #325
Speaker Jun Lim CV
Affiliation Pohang Accelerator Laboratory
Title Multi-function and cutting edge x-ray microscopy at PLS-II
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #325
Speaker Hongtae Kim CV
Affiliation Catholic University of Daegu School of Medicine
Title Phase-contrast SR microCT Shows Defective Internal Elastic Lamina of Atherosclerotic Cerebral Arteries
Speech Date Nov. 9 Speech Place #325
Speaker ANDO Masami CV
Affiliation Tokyo Univ. of Science
Title How can we reach a level of nano-micrometer region of spatial resolution in soft tissue imaging by means of crystal-based X-ray Dark-Field Imaging ?
C-11. Real time imaging
Session Information
  • Introduction
    • Will be posted soon !
  • Session Organizers
    • Prof. Young Min Hyun (Yonsei Univ College of Medicine, KSM)
    • Prof. Akira Sawaguchi (Miyazaki University, JSM)
Session Invited Speakers
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #124
Speaker Myunghwan (Mark) Choi CV
Affiliation Sungkyunkwan University
Title Nanoscale optical imaging on myelinated axons in vivo
Speech Date Nov. 8 Speech Place #124
Speaker Young Min Hyun CV
Affiliation Yonsei Univ College of Medicine
Title Real-time dynamics of neutrophil migration during inflammation - Lesson from intravital imaging -

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