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FACTS host or co-host events, such as seminars, lectures and conferences, where distinguished scientists from around the world are invited to present on cutting-edge characterisation and analysis technique.
FACTS will be having a 2 day EBSD seminar and school in the coming July 2019!
Please see below and e-flyer in below link for more info.eFlyer- EBSD Seminar Workshop.pdf
EBSD seminar (Day 1)
This seminar will include talks on Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD), introducing state-of-the-art technology in EBSD and the possible application possibilities. This seminar will also cover basics of EBSD and SEM, sample preparation techniques, benefits and applications in the use of CMOS EBSD detectors , etc.
Registration URL - https://wis.ntu.edu.sg/pls/webexe/REGISTER_NTU.REGISTER?EVENT_ID=OA19050712503575 Lecture Slides:
EBSD workshop (Day 2)
The second day workshop will provide in-depth knowledge on EBSD techniques, specifically on sample preparation, data acquisition based on Aztec, as well as data analysis and interpretation using HKL CHANNEL5 software. This workshop is open for NTU users at a cost of SGD 150/pax.
Registration URL - https://wis.ntu.edu.sg/pls/webexe/REGISTER_NTU.REGISTER?EVENT_ID=OA19050716591821
Bimetallic nanoparticles (NPs) are promising candidate materials for applications in catalysis, plasmonics and biomedical research. Hence, there is significant interest in either synthesizing NPs with more complex morphologies or modifying these NPs with heat treatments to achieve tailored nanostructures with better performance. In this talk, I will discuss how we used in situ transmission electron microscopy (TEM) to gain insights into (1) galvanic replacements reactions between Ag nanoparticles and aqueous Au solutions and (2) the manifestation of the Kirkendall effect in core-shell nanoparticles made of Au and Pd. In (1), we used liquid cell TEM to reveal the mechanism of hollow structure formation during the reactions. In (2), we show that the interdiffusion of metals in Au-Pd diffusion couples lead to an unconventional form of the Kirkendall effect where vacancies diffuse towards Au, the slower diffusing species, and void formation at the bimetallic interface. Lastly, I will briefly discuss opportunities for operando studies of nanoscale reactions where we combine in situ TEM with measurements of reaction kinetics.
About the Presenter
See Wee is currently a senior research fellow at the Centre for BioImaging Sciences at National University of Singapore. His research focuses on studying nanoscale processes that take place in gas and liquid environments using in situ transmission electron microscopy.
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