Olesia Karakulina won the POSTER AWARD for an outstanding presentation at the
6th TOYOTA RIKEN International Workshop. Organized by Toyota Physical and Chemical Research Institute, with this year's theme
"New Trends in Solid State Chemistry: from Oxides to Mixed Anion Compounds".
Nagoya, Japan, 10 - 12 November, 2017
The Ernst-Ruska Prize has been awarded to Sandra Van Aert during an official ceremony Thursday 24th of August 2017, during the Microscopy Conference 2017 in Lausanne (Switzerland). Every 2 years the German company "Deutsche Gesellschaft für Elektronenmikroskopie" grands the award to a young scientist who achieved pioneering progress in the research of electron microscopy during the past 7 years.
The prize is named after Ernst Ruska, co-inventor of the electron microscope, and is the most prestigious one in this field.
Naomi Winckelmans won the YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD as well as a POSTER PRIZE during the Microscopy Conference in Lausanne (Switzerland)
10 August 2017
The International Society for Stereology and Image Analysis awarded Dr. Annick De Backer the first prize at the ISSIA PhD competition. The PhD thesis entitled "Quantitative atomic resolution microscopy using advanced statistical techniques".
A presentation of the results of her work will be shown at the European Congress for Stereology and Image Analysis, which will be held on September 11-14, 2017 in Kaiserslautern, Germany.
7 July 2017
The RBSM board has decided to grant Annick De Backer the Outstanding PhD Award in the field of Instrumentation and methods for your work entitled “Quantitative atomic resolution electron microscopy using advanced statistical techniques“.
The prize will be handed over at the RBSM symposium in Antwerp on September 7th, 2017. University of Antwerp - Campus Drie Eiken - Promotiezaal.
03 - 06 July 2017
Karel van den Bos & Nathalie Claes win PosterPrize at MMC in Manchester, UK.
With this mandate she can dedicate 3 more years to her research "Discrete Electron Microscopy at a nanoscopic sale"
The FWO Postdoctoral Fellowship is a 3-year project and is called 'Probing localised surface plasmon resonances in the TEM: overcoming the limitation of time-averaged intensity mapping with novel beam shaping methods'
The FWO PhD Fellowship is a 2-year project and is called 'Retrieving maximum structural information of beam-sensitive materials using low dose scanning transmission electron microscopy'
Olesia Karakulina won the YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD during the E-MRS SPRING MEETING
Strasbourg (FR) 22 - 26 May, 2017
The German Society for Electron Microscopy invites to propose candidates for the Ernst-Ruska-Prize. The prize is awarded for work carried out by younger scientists pioneering new capabilities of electron microscopy as a scientific technique through innovative instrumentation or novel methods of basic and general interest.
"Dear Dr. Schryvers,
The editors of Materials Characterization are delighted to inform you that your paper, Microstructure of adiabatic shear bands in Ti6Al4V, published in 2013 is one of the most highly cited papers during 2014, 2015 and up until June 2016. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for publishing with us and to congratulate you."
The FWO-SB is a 4-year project and is called 'Real-time electron tomography for efficient 3D characterization of functional nanomaterials'
Nathalie Claes wins Best Poster Presentation. November 2016.
Sara Bals is ‘Laureate of the Academy’ at the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and Arts.
"Compressed sensing enabling low dose imaging in transmission electron microscopy”
Yang Zhang receives a [PEGASUS]² Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship. This means that he will be able to continue his work at EMAT for 3 more years!
Julie Gonnissen wins Best Poster Award
Mert Kurttepeli - Multi-walled Carbon Nanotube filled with Iron Nanowire
Thomas Altantzis wins RBSM PhD award in the category Physics and Material Science
Roeland Juchtmans wins Best Poster Prize
The grant, entitled “Three-Dimensional Characterization of Atomic Clusters, Nanoparticles and their Assemblies by Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy”, will start in October 2016 and will run for 3 years.
Eva Bladt won the category “Transmission Electron Microscopy based techniques”
On November 30th 2015, Prof. Gustaaf Van Tendeloo (University of Antwerp, Belgium) was awarded with the prestigious FWO Excellence Prize. The prize was presented by the King of Belgium during an official ceremony at the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels. The FWO Excellence Prizes are awarded every five years in recognition of the scientific career of eminent Flemish researchers and are also referred to as the Flemish Nobel Prizes.
Olesia Karakulina wins Poster Prize
Maria Meledina received Best Poster Award in Germany
1st Poster Prize MMC 2015: Laura Clark
2nd Poster Prize Emag 2015: Annick De Backer
PhD Thesis Award for Bart Goris
Outstanding paper award - 2013 Chinese Electron Microscopy Conference
Dr Xiaoxing Ke, The work you have presented on the 2013 Chinese Electron Microscopy Conference has been selected for the outstanding paper award. Congratulations.
Van Aert, S., Batenburg, K.J., Rossell, M.D., Erni, R. & Van Tendeloo, G.
Nature 470, 374- 377, (2011)
EMS Outstanding Paper Award 2011
Stuart Turner receives award "Robert Oppenheimer" 2011