October 2009


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John Fournelle <[log in to unmask]>
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JEOL-Focused Probe Users List <[log in to unmask]>
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For those who have EBSD as one of their tools:


One item discussed at the MAS EBSD 2008 topical workshop here in 
Madison was the usefulness of a listserver for providing a forum for 
discussion of a variety of issues related to EBSD. Well, only 17 
months late, is such a listserver.

I invite you to sign up to the new ebsd listserver  just created, 
hosted here at UW-Madison


log in to the web interface at
and select "all forums" in left menu, then scroll down to ebsd in the 
list, then click 'subscribe' in the right column and enter your email 
address and name


send blank email to
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Please wait a few days before posting anything on it. Once there are 
several dozen people on it I will send out a message to that effect. 
(And also information about EBSD 2010, which will be held in Madison 
May  24-26, with registration opening soon.)

Pass the word to others you know who should be on it...

John Fournelle, Ph.D.	       office: (608) 262-7964   cell: (608) 438-7480
Cameron Electron Microprobe Lab   lab: (608) 265-4798
Department of Geoscience          fax: (608) 262-0693
University of Wisconsin          home: (608) 274-2245
1215 West Dayton St.            email: [log in to unmask]
Madison, WI 53706		amateur radio: WA3BTA
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