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A Ph.D student from CAMP-nano wins an IMC-17 scholarship...
author:his advisor Chengkong Prof. Zhiwei Shan , wins a scholarship provided by the 17th IFSM Internationa"   time:2010-11-05

                                     A Ph. D student from CAMP-Nano won an IMC-17 scholarship award                                                       

                                                     微纳中心博士生获第十七届国际电镜会议奖学金

A second year Ph. D student Mr. Chengcai Wang from CAMP-nano, recommended by his advisor Chengkong Prof. Zhiwei Shan, wins a scholarship provided by the 17th IFSM International Microscopy Congress (IMC17) “Revealing the Nanoworld in Life and Materials Sciences” held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 19 to 24 September 2010 (www.imc-17.com). 50 selected young scientists from non-Latin American countries are offered the scholarship to participate in the congress and to have the privilege to attend the pre-congress IFSEM advanced school. Mr. Chengcai Wang is the only one scholarship winner from the mainland of China this time.

以“揭示生命与材料科学中的纳米世界”为主题的第十七届国际电镜会议于2010年9月19日至24日在巴西里约热内卢举办,微纳尺度材料行为研究中心二年级博士生汪承材同学在导师长江学者单智伟教授的推荐下,荣获国际电镜协会组委会评选的奖学金。此次共有50名来自非拉丁美洲国家的年轻学者获此荣誉,奖学金获得者将受会议举办方邀请参加第十七届国际电镜会议及其培训班,在为期一天的培训班上来自德国、瑞士、美国和法国四位著名电镜学家分别介绍了电镜技术的最新进展。中心博士生汪承材同学是本次中国大陆唯一的奖学金获得者。 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
         
     

About IMC
The International Microscopy Congress (IMC) held every four years under the auspices of International Federation of Societies for Microscopy (IFSM) has been providing an international forum for the state of the art of microscopy at the frontiers of research and applications in Materials Sciences and in Life Sciences. The Brazilian Society for Microscopy and Microanalysis (SBMM) is authorized to host the IMC17 for bringing together, through all forms of Microscopy, the frontiers of Nanotechnologies and applications, Medicine and Life Sciences, Energy conversion, Environmental protection and much more...
 
About IMC Scholarship Award
During his term as IFSM President, David Cockayne took a particular interest in strengthening the support that IFSM can give to young scientists throughout the world. In particular, he decided to hold a one-day School on the Sunday, opening the IFSM Congress, to welcome all scholars receiving a travel and registration support from IFSM or from the local organizers. The first of these events took place in Sapporo at the opening of IMC16. It was by all accounts a resounding success. Since then IFSM committee have considered to attribute a number of scholarships aiming at attracting young microscopists from all over the world to attend the International Congress. See www.imc-17.com/scholarships for all details concerning the rules of application and selection of these student and young investigator travel scholarships.
 
Pre-congress IFSM advanced school (IMC-17)
A pre-congress one-day IFSM advanced school is organized specially for these selected younger attendees on Sunday 19th September. It consists of four tutorial lectures (typically one hour long plus ample time for discussion) delivered by world renowned experts, describing a few fields of instrumentation and methods in microscopy in spectacular development, thus paving the path to enlarged fields of use. This School also has the benefit of a welcome banquet on Saturday evening, offering to all participants, students and teachers a unique opportunity for getting acquainted in a friendly atmosphere.
 
• Knut Urban (Forschungzentrum Jülich, Germany)
 “High Resolution Electron Microscopy — Diving into the World of Atoms”
• Andreas Engel (Biozentrum Basel, Switzerland)
state-of-the-art in mass determination of biomolecular assemblies using the STEM and the perspectives for single cell proteomics by combining automated sample preparation and STEM
• Michael S. Isaacson (UCSC, Santa Cruz, USA)
Microscopy through the centuries: an exploration of microscopic imaging without lenses
• Christian Colliex (Université Paris Sud 11 and CNRS, Orsay, France)
The introduction of electron and photon spectrometers in a (S)TEM provides a new dimension of information on the elemental composition and physical properties down to the atomic column and single atom

 

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