On 09-10 October 2023, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology will organized a workshop in Belval as part of the fit4nano COST action, WG1-Tool Development, dedicated to novel instrumentation and methodologies developments for nano-imaging and nano-analysis.
While this workshop will cover all aspects of instrument development related to focused ion beams, a major focus will be on advanced charged particle detectors with better sensitivity, higher spatial resolution, higher dynamic range, longer lifetime, lower cost, etc., for advanced nano-analytical instruments.
Abstract template is available here.
The maximum length of the abstract is two pages, including figures and references, in either Word or pdf format.
The abstract should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, 08th September 2023.
12.00 - Registration & snack
13.00 - Opening&Welcome
H. Q. Hoang (LIST), T. Wirtz (LIST) and G. Hlawacek (HZDR)
13.10 - Quantum state nano-imaging and nano-analysis using scanning electron/ion focused beams
A. Khursheed (Department of Physics, Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
13.45 - MCP based detectors for charged particles in the application of nano-imaging and nano-analysis - state of the art and future development prospects
P. Bernhard (Surface Concept, Germany)
14.20 - When high resolving focused ion beam platforms meet high performant secondary ion mass spectrometry technology
O. De Castro, H. Q. Hoang, J. N. Audinot and T. Wirtz (AINA, LIST, Luxembourg)
14.55 - Coffee break
15.25 - Photonis radiation detectors
S. D. Pinto (Photonis, Netherlands)
16.00 - RBS HEDGEHOG – New 680 msr RBS Setup for fastest channeling experiments and ultra-high sensitivity measurements
N. Klingner, R. Heller, U. Bektas, G. Hlawacek (HZDR, Germany)
16.35 - Hybrid Pixel Technology for Charged Particle Detection
Julian Schmehr (X-spectrum, Germany)
17.15 - Visit of LIST (optional, register upon arrival)
09.00 - Cellular metabolism visualization with imaging mass spectrometry
Ron M. A. Heeren (M4i, Maastricht University, Netherlands)
09.35 - Scanning assisted focal plane detection system for sector-field mass spectrometers
R. Pureti, O. Bouton, T. Wirtz, and H. Q. Hoang (AINA, LIST, Luxembourg)
10.10 - Deterministic Ion implantation at the National Ion Beam Centre
D. C. Cox (UK National Ion Beam Centre, University of Surrey, United Kingdom)
10.45 - Coffee break
11.15 - 5D-TOF-STIM Imaging with a Low-Energy He+ Focused Ion Beam
D. Andersen, M. Mousley, T. Wirtz and S. Eswara (AINA, LIST, Luxembourg)
11.50 - FIB – milling and implantation – from high to low energy
M. Viteau, J.B. Mellier, M. Reveillard, J. Silvent and A. Delobbe (Orsay Physics, France)
12.30 - Lunch
14.00 - Coaxial Ion Source - From the idea to the ionization efficiency of the structure
E. Salançon (CINaM, Aix-Marseille Univ, CNRS)
14.35 - Workflows and Capabilities enabled with Zeiss crossbeam laser
L. Abdellaoui, S. Krauss and B. Tordoff (Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH, Germany)
15.10 - Open discussion about workshop topics
WG1 Fit4Nano members & all participants
15.40 - Closing
Getting to Luxembourg
Luxembourg Airport (LUX, www.lux-airport.lu). Airlines flying into Luxembourg: Luxair (from most European destinations), KLM (from Amsterdam), British Airways and easy-Jet (from London), Lufthansa (from Munich), SAS (from Copenhagen), Swiss (from Zurich).
Frankfurt-Hahn (HHN, www.hahn-airport.de), a Ryanair budget-airline hub, two hours bus ride from Luxembourg City, connections to Southern and Eastern Europe and the UK.
Flibco buses (www.flibco.com) run from Frankfurt-Hahn (2 hrs), Frankfurt Airport (4 hrs) and Brussels Charleroi (2¾ hrs).
Luxembourg Railway Station (11, Place de la Gare, L-1616 Luxembourg) / all info at www.cfl.lu
Paris by TGV (2¼ hrs), Basel (3½ hrs) via Strasbourg, Brussels (3 hrs), Koblenz (2 hrs), Trier (45 min).
Luxembourg is connected to the far corners of Europe by an excellent network of highways. The capital city of Luxembourg is directly linked to the highways: A1, A13, A3, A4, A6, A7.
15 rooms have been blocked at the Belval Ibis hotel from 8 to 10 October 2023.
|Hotel||Address||Contact||Fees/night/room||Cut-off dates & booking-form|
|Ibis Esch Belval 3*||12 Avenue du Rock’n'Roll– L-4361 Esch/Alzette||Tel.: +352 26 17 31 |
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==> Including Breakfast buffet
15 rooms available until 20 September 2023
Dates: 9-10 October 2023
Schedule: 09:00 - 17:00
Venue: Conference room Ellipse, Le Fonds Belval, 7, Ënnert den Héichiewen, 4361 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
Registration fees: Free of charge but registration mandatory prior to 5 October 2023