A Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) short course will be offered this winter break (January 2022) through the AIMLab at the NanoCenter, University of Maryland. This is a hands-on course aimed at introducing the basic concepts, instrumentations and application of TEM to new operators. The lecture portion of the course will focus on fundamental theory in TEM; laboratory exercises are designed to provide instruction on both the operation of TEM and useful techniques for materials characterization using TEM. This course is also recommended as a refresher course to individuals with prior knowledge and operating familiarity with the TEM.
Date: Four days, January 18, 19, 20, and 21, 2022
Lecture: 09:30 - 11:40am. (Theory)
Laboratory: January 18, 19, 20, and 21, 2022 Two hours/group/day (TEM operation, 2 ~ 3 students/group)
Rooms: Lecture: TBA;
Lab: TEM facility, Kim Building room 1237B.
Fee: Lecture and Lab Course: $425 per person*, $375 per person for members of research groups with multiple enrollments, or for individuals concurrently enrolled in the TEM short course. Lecture only: $210 per person.
Limit: Maximum enrollment is 9 (three groups, 2-3 students per group)
To encourage all potential users to register for the short course, a discount will be offered to individuals if they are affiliated with a research group where other members are also enrolled in the course or if s/he is attending both TEM and SEM (see SEM short course announcement). * This fee applies to UMD users only. Different fees apply for non-UMD participants; please check with the AIM Lab office by calling W-A Chiou at (301)-405-0541 or send an e-mail to email@example.com for more information.
To enroll, please fill out the attached application form and submit to W-A Chiou by 5:00 pm, Thursday (01/13/22) at Room 1234, Kim Building. Students accepted into the class will be informed by email by Sunday (01/16/22).
Please note that all class participants must be fully vaccinated before attending the class. During the class/laboratory, the 4 Maryland protocols (mainly wear a properly fitted mask when required, keep your distance from others, and stay home if you are sick) will continue to follow.