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Please consider attending yourself and please
pass this on to potentially interested students,
postdocs, researchers and professors.
50% of the 125 open seats have already been
filled, so waiting much longer may mean missing
out on this great meeting, if EBSD is your
What: Microbeam Analysis Society's EBSD 2010 Topical Conference
When: Monday May 24-Wednesday May 26 (also several vendor events Sunday May 23
Where: University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Who: everyone from raw novices to experienced practitioners
Why: a one day tutorial with hands-on labs for
beginners, and 2 days of invited and contributed
talks on the latest topics, including sample prep
for both geological material and metals
There is abundant funding for student
participation, and any student using EBSD or
contemplating using EBSD in their research should
plan to attend! The deadline for applications for
financial aid is March 1 (you must be registered
first, but submission of an abstract is not
Abstract submission deadline is March 1.
Carl Boehlert, Michigan State University -
"In-situ SEM/EBSD observations of structural
alloys during elevated-temperature deformation"
Roy Geiss, NIST-Boulder -
"Case Studies of Elastic Strain Measurement
on Crystalline Materials using EBSD"
Brad Hacker, Univ of California, Santa Barbara -
"Seismic anisotrophy in Earth's crust"
Elisabetta Mariani, Liverpool University -
"Recrystallization in geological materials:
from in-situ to time series experiments"
Steve Reddy, Curtain University, Australia -
"Integrating EBSD with high spatial
resolution geochemistry & some geological
Aimo Winkelmann, MPI für Mikrostrukturphysik , Halle, Germany -
"Depth sensitivity and energy resolution of EBSD"
Also, geologists may be interested in the
NSF-supported "Structural Geology and Tectonics
Forum" being held immediately proceeding the EBSD
conference. It will be May 20-22 at UW-Madison,
and to get further details contact Richard Becker
([log in to unmask]).
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
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Madison, WI 53706 amateur radio: WA3BTA
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