A program of the Congress will include presentations of the applications of electron, light and scanning probe microscopy in Biomedicine, Biology, Physics and Chemistry of Materials, and related fields of research. The conference will also feature recent methodological developments in microscopy, presented by scientists and equipment manufacturers.
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The 3-day conference will include 20 plenary and invited talks, 16 selected talks and a poster session. A list of plenary and invited speakers will be announced later, and additional speakers will be selected from submitted abstracts. Apart from the plenary sessions, the congress will be organized in two parallel sections: Materials Science and Life Sciences.
Topics will include, but are not limited to
Nanomaterials and engineered nanostructures
Thin films, coatings and surfaces
Metals, alloys and metal matrix composites
Ceramics and inorganic materials
Polymers and organic materials
Composite materials and hybrids
Semiconductors and materials for information technologies
Amorphous and disordered materials, liquid crystals, quasicrystals
Magnetic, superconducting and ferroelectric materials
Materials in geology, mineralogy and archaeology
Imaging of cells, tissues and organs in vivo
Structure and function of cells and organelles
Structure of macromolecules and macromolecular assemblies
Cellular transport and dynamics
Microbiology and virology
Plant science and mycology
Advances in immunohistochemistry and cytochemistry