Microscopy Conference 2019

01–05 September 2019 • Berlin, Germany

Microscopy Conference 2019

01–05 September 2019 • Berlin, Germany

Congress details


Online Program


Award & contest

Best Poster Awards

Best Poster Awards for Life Sciences

LS1 Kristina Barragán Sanz
The rocking phase plate – another step towards improved stability
Research Center ceasar, Electron Microscopy and Analytics (Bonn/Germany)

LS2 Tobias Hoffmann
A new method to enrich particles at the surface of grids for diagnostic electron microscopy of viruses
Robert Koch Institute (Berlin/Germany)

LS3 -

LS4 Michal Bykowski
Formation and transformation of the paracrystalline prolamellar body structure in Arabidopsis thaliana plants with lipid deficits
University of Warsaw, Dept. of Plant Anatomy and Cytology (Warsaw/Poland)

LS5 Nadav Scher
Subcellular compartments as fiducials for cryoFM and 3D cryoFIB-SEM correlation
Weizmann Institute of Science, Biomolecular Sciences (Rehovot/Israel)

LS7 Ulrich Rupp
Calcium accumulation after exuviate ingestion in the hepatopancreas of Porcellio scaber and the preservation of exosomes in high pressure frozen samples.
Ulm University, Central Facility for Electron Microscopy (Ulm/Germany)

LS7 Anne Kauter
Development of a cryofixation and freeze substitution protocol for highly pathogenic microorganisms
Robert Koch Institute, ZBS 4 Spezielle Licht- und Elektronenmikroskopie (Berlin/Germany)

Best Poster Awards for Instrumentation & Methods

IM1 Seyyed Salehedin Firoozabadi
Energy-filtered STEM – an experimental study using a fast, pixelated detector
Philipps-University Marburg, Material science centre and faculty of physics (Marburg/Germany)

IM2 Felix Schwarzhuber
Theoretical and experimental classification of the detection precision of a PSD based non-pixelated COM detector for differential phase contrast microscopy
University of Regensburg, Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics (Regensburg/Germany)

IM3 Katharina Spangenberg
In-situ mapping of relaxation and local dynamics in amorphous nanorods
University of Münster, Institute of Applied Physics (Münster/Germany)

IM4 Mauricio Cattaneo
A simplified approach for measuring sample thickness and mis-tilt from position-averaged convergent-beam electron diffraction patterns
RWTH Aachen (Aachen/Germany)

IM5 Udo Uwe Richard Hömpler
FIB preparation of TEM-lamellas for electron holographic in-situ biasing experiments
Technical University of Berlin, Institute for optics und atomic physics (Berlin/Germany)

IM6 Jan-Wilke Henke
Imaging chiral materials with photon-induced near-field electron microscopy
University of Göttingen, IV. Physical Institute (Göttingen/Germany)

IM7 Jan Rosiwal
Correlative FIB/SEM-informed high-resolution X-ray tomography: A case study on a Co-base superalloy oxide scale Institute of Micro- and Nanostructure Research Dept. of Material Sciences (Erlangen/Germany)

Best Poster Awards for Materials Science

MS1 Simon Pöllath
LTEM and DPC measurements on room temperature magnetic skyrmions in Pt/Co/W and Pt/Co/Tb multilayers
University of Regensburg, Institute for experimental and applied physics (Regensburg/Germany)

MS2 Maximilian Krause
Correlative scanning electron microscopy on cross-section of high efficient Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin-film solar cell
Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Structure and Dynamics of Energy Materials (Berlin/Germany)

MS3 Tobias Meyer
Characterization of third generation photovoltaic junctions on the nanometer scale by scanning transmission electron beam induced current
University of Göttingen, IV. Physical Institute - Solids and Nanostructures (Göttingen/Germany)

MS4 Mario Behrens
Epitaxial recrystallization of 3D-bonded metastable Ge-Sb-Te based phase-change materials by single ns-laser pulse irradiation
Leibniz Institute of Surface Engineering (IOM) (Leipzig/Germany)

MS5 Baokun Liang
Voltage-dependent quantitative analysis of electron-dose-limited resolution for imaging two-dimensional organic crystals 
Ulm University, Electron Microscopy Group of Materials Science (Ulm/Germany)

MS6 Renata Fortini
Development of a method for measuring the flexural rigidity of nanofibres
Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, 6.6 Nanotribology and Nanostructuring of Surfaces (Berlin/Germany)

MS7 Hui Chen
STEM EDS/EELS for deep-mantle rock assemblages analyses assisted by machine learning ÉCOLE Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne (Lausanne/Switzerland)

Best Image Contest “Art in Science”

1st prize
Battle of oxides
Rasa Changizi       
The Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH      
Nanoanalytics and Interfaces (Düsseldorf/Germany)

2nd prize
The Mother Lode
Peter Schweizer
FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg
Institute of Micro-and Nanostructure Research (Erlangen/Germany)       

3rd prize
Oliver Meckes      
Eye of science GbR (Reutlingen/Germany)