We welcome you to join – in person – the Atom Probe Tomography & Microscopy 2023 conference, which will be held in Leuven, Belgium, September 17-21, 2023.
This 60th International Field Emission Symposium will bring together newcomers and experts from various scientific disciplines (physics, material science, geology, engineering, etc.) to discuss recent research results and future directions on aspects related to high field physics, nanoscience and atom probe microscopy.
This 5-day event will be the perfect platform to (re)connect with research fellows and to strengthen your scientific network during the workshop, informal gatherings, poster sessions and social events. The formal program will include a J. H. Block Lecture by an international renown expert in the field, invited talks, regular oral presentations, and the prestigious Erwin Müller Outstanding Emerging Scientist Award competition.
The APT&M conference series is a major international forum in the field of Atom Probe Tomography & Microscopy and its applications. Topics of interest include fundamental physics; laser-matter interactions; heat transfer and optical properties at the nanoscale; reconstruction methods; modelling and computational methods; nano-scale characterization of (functional) materials and nanostructures (metals, non-metals, semiconductors, ceramics, organics, biological, liquids); sample preparation, instrumentation and technique development; field ion microscopy (FIM); correlative and combined techniques (TEM, SIMS, etc.); and more.
This will be the first in-person APT&M conference after a five-year break. Let’s be #APTogether again.
Call for APT&M proceedings now open
APT&M 2023 PROCEEDING
Friday 1 December 2023
AUTHOR ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATIONS
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION
Tuesday 15 August 2023
Atom Probe Tomography & Microsopy
Leuven 17th – 21st September 2023
E.W. MÜLLER AWARD
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