Events at TEM Gemini Centre

Webinar on graphene and nanowires characterization challenges

By sure you don't miss Ton's webinar on graphene and nanowires characterization challenges 24.09! More info and registration here .
— Webinar on graphene and nanowires characterization challenges

By sure you don't miss Ton's webinar on graphene and nanowires characterization challenges 24.09! More info and registration here.

PhD defence Astrid Marie Muggerud

Astrid Marie Muggerud was defending her thesis on the subject of Aluminum 3xxx alloys Sept. 4th. The title of her dissertation is "Transmission electron microscopy studies of dispersoids and...

- PhD defence Astrid Marie Muggerud

Astrid Marie Muggerud was defending her thesis on the subject of Aluminum 3xxx alloys Sept. 4th. The title of her dissertation is "Transmission electron microscopy studies of dispersoids and constituent phases in Al-Mn-Fe-Si alloys".


News and Events

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TEM Gemini news 2009

15/12/2009: Todays FIB hands-on course dedicated to TEM specimen preparation given by Chengge Jiao (FEI) in which 7 TEM Gemini people participated. Topics: Liftout, gentle milling and milling of different geometries and materials (PbTiO3 nanostructures, grain boundaries Si solar cell,...
  • 15/12/2009: Todays FIB hands-on course dedicated to TEM specimen preparation given by Chengge Jiao (FEI) in which 7 TEM Gemini people participated. Topics: Liftout, gentle milling and milling of different geometries and materials (PbTiO3 nanostructures, grain boundaries Si solar cell, fracture surfaces in martensitic stainless steels). Thanks to Chengge Jiao for the excellent course, to NTNU Nanolab for providing the facilities and the strategic areas Materials (TSO Materialer) for financial support.
  • 01/12/2009: As a result of Kvilhaugen workshop the webpages need to be updated as TEM activities at Institute of Materials Science & Technology are now officially part of the TEM Gemini Centre. The TEM people from IMT have now access to the Gemini Center intranet pages.
  • 19-20/11/2009: Kvilhaugen workshop: "Learn to know each other seminar" for bringing new member (IMT TEM group) and established Gemini Centre members (TEM group IFY & SINTEF Materials Physics) closer to each other and establishing a fruitful cooperation.
  • 31/10/2009: The NORTEM application in collaboration with strukturfysikkgruppa ved fysikk, UiO has continued to round 2 of large scale infrastructure!!!
  • 06/07/2009: TEM activities at the Institute of Materials Science & Technology are now officially part of the TEM Gemini Centre. Welcome!

TEM Gemini news 2010

30/11/2010: Internal workshop "Digital tools in TEM" with 30 particpants. Contributions from within Centre and Paul Thomas from Gatan. 15/10/2010: We have finished the new NORTEM application to the Research Council on large scale infrastructure. Cross fingers!! ...
  • 30/11/2010: Internal workshop "Digital tools in TEM" with 30 particpants. Contributions from within Centre and Paul Thomas from Gatan.
  • 15/10/2010: We have finished the new NORTEM application to the Research Council on large scale infrastructure. Cross fingers!!
  • 13/10/2010: The introduction course is now finished. About 30 participants followed the 5 2 hours lectures. 10 PhD students continue with the PhD course in TEM taught this fall.
  • 12/10/2010: Randi Hiolmestad in Adressavisen. See Webpage newspaper.
  • 15/08/2010 Welcome to two new PhD students in the group! Astrid Marie Muggerud and Sigurd Wenner has both started their PhD within different areas of Aluminium Alloys.
  • 25/06/2010 We got support for a Nordic network within TEM, NorTEMnet from NordForsk! See www.ntnu.edu/physics/nortemnet
  • 12/06/2010: Introduction course and PhD course in TEM, Electron Microscopy and Diffraction, given in the fall. Pdf version: Intensive TEM introduction course.
  • 19/03/2010: Annual report for 2009 released.
  • 12/03/2010: We have updated our list of student projects for the Fall 2010.
  • 12/02/2010: Ragnhild explained the FIB for our minister of trade and industry, Trond Giske.
  • 05/02/2010: Start weekly meetings TEM Gemini Centre, 12.15 in D4-132.
  • 30/01/2010: NORTEM application round 2 (Forskningsrådets Storskala Infrastruktur) submitted. This is a collaboration between TEM Gemini Centre and Strukturfysikkgruppa at IFY/SMN UiO.
  • 14/01/2010: New PC installed in computer room for general data analysis of TEM results. At 2010F: Gatan PC upgraded and additional HD installed for data storage.
  • 03/01/2010: Welcome to our new PhD student Jon Holmestad who started a PhD within our Centre on "New aluminium alloy design through thin film technology".

TEM Gemini news 2011

22/12: Seasonal greetings from TEM Gemini Center to all our collaborators. 16/12: Project presentations by Amund Utne and Jason Granholt. 22/11: Annual TEM Gemini strategy meeting 21/11: Prof Jian Min Zuo, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign will give a...
  • 22/12: Seasonal greetings from TEM Gemini Center to all our collaborators.
  • 16/12: Project presentations by Amund Utne and Jason Granholt.
  • 22/11: Annual TEM Gemini strategy meeting
  • 21/11: Prof Jian Min Zuo, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign will give a talk at 13.15 in room E4-107. The title is "Aberration corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy for materials and interface analysis" 
  • 31/10: Overview available student projects within TEM Gemini center Spring 2012 published.
  • 26/10: CONGRATULATIONS!: NorTEM initiative (TEM Gemini together with structural physics group at UiO) has been granted substancial amount for upgrade and extending TEM infrastructure in Norway. See: NRF's announcement and description.
  • 22/10: Guest talk "Aberration corrected STEM" on 21/11 by Prof. dr. Jian Ming Zuo, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA.
  • 17/10: Upgrades: EDX PC on 2010F and IMAC to replace oldest Mac. Further software upgrades scheduled.
  • 10/10: Dr Ruben Bjørge starts postdoc within the TEM group on project "Quantitative TEM".
  • 05/10: This year's Noble Price in Chemistry for Shechtman for discovering quasicrystals is a good example of the power of electron diffraction in TEM. In the late '80s some work on these quasicrystals was done in the TEM group (PhD S. Anderson).
  • 26/09: Dr Chris Boothroyd, Jülich Research Centre, Germany, "Quantitative Electron Microscopy". At 10.15 in D4-132.
  • 23/09: PhD defence Ruben Bjørge: "Scanning transmission electron microscopy studies of precipitation in Al-Mg-Ge alloys".
  • 19/09: PhD defence Espen Eberg: "Interface Effects in PbTiO3 Thin Films and Nanostructures: A Transmission Electron Microscopy Study ".
  • 15/09: Lunch talk by Ass. Prof. Shinji Muraishi, Tokyo Tech. Japan (Currently guest researcher in TEM Gemini Center): TEM study magnetic anisotropic thin films. 
  • 04/09: Guest lecture by Prof. T. Sato (Tokyo Institute of technology, Japan): "Nanocluster formation behavior in high strength aluminum"
  • 03/09: PhD defence Malin Torsæter: "Quantitative studies of clustering and precipitation in Al.Mg-Si (Cu) alloys".
  • 01/09: Vidar Fauske started a PhD in the group. His project focusses on FIB for controlled III-V nanowire growth and interfacial study of substrate-nanowire by TEM. The position is funded by NTNU Nanolab.
  • 25/08: TEM lunch with trial EMAG talks from Kauko and Børge
  • 23/08: TEM lunch schedule talks for the Fall
  • 22/08: Ragnhild Sæterli rejoins the group as postdoc on FME Sol. Her work focusses on advanced TEM characterisation of solar cell materials.
  • 21/08: TEM group walk in Bymarka
  • 15/08: Magnus Nord started as PhD. He will be working on functional oxide thin films. The project is funded by "forskerskole nanoteknologi for mikrosystemer". 
  • 06/07: NorTEM tender annouced
  • 27/05: Tem lunch talk: Magnus Nord "Cs Corrected HRTEM and HAADF of quantum dot IBSC"
  • 20/05: Tem lunch talk: Vidar Fauske "TEM characterization of NW-substrate interfaces"
  • 06/05: Tem lunch talk: Trung Tran "Bimetallic nanoparticles: from theory to TEM characterization"
  • 02/05: TEM lunch schedule talks for the Spring
  • 01/05: Randi in radioprogram "Abels Tårn", about TEM aberration correction (in Norwegian, date 29/04/11) http://www.blekk.org/index.php?p=ekko_-_et_aktuelt_samfunnsprogram
  • 29/04: We welcome our new group member Trung Tran from Vietnam. He is a postdoc working on TEM of catalysts.
  • 15/04: Tem lunch talk: Ton van Helvoort about "Calibrations for the CM30".
  • 08/04: Tem lunch talk: Hanne Kauko, "Procedure scanning HAADF detector for quantitative HAADF".
  • 04/04: We welcome our new group member Takeshi Saito from Japan.He is a PhD student on the BILAT project. His topic is precipitates in 6xxx Al alloys,and Randi Holmestad is his supervisor.
  • 01/04: Tem lunch talk: Jelena Todorovic, "Correlated PL-TEM of heterostructured semiconducting nanowires". Jelena participated at MSMXVII in Cambridge with this talk.
  • 30/03: Half day seminar: "TEM on solar cell materials" was a big success. Everyone thanks for their contributions. TEM Gemini group member have access to the slides via internal Wiki page. 
  • 21/03: Studentoppgaver TEM Gemini Center høst 2011; Project work/Master/Diploma topics in the TEM Gemini Centre, Fall 2011 [pdf] og presentasjon Prosjektoppgave i TEM-gruppa høst 2011 (norsk).
  • 20/03: Annual report 2010 released.
  • 18/03: Katharina Teichmann presents her recent work on strain measurements around precipitates in 6xxx alloys using geometric phase analysis (GPA) in the TEM lunch meeting.
  • 10/03: TEM Gemini ski weekend in Åre
  • 25/02: The TEM Gemini Center organises a workshop "TEM on solar cell materials" on Wednesday 30 March. For more information and registration click here.
  • 11/02: Demi Kepaptsoglou (UiO) will give a talk in our TEM lunch meeting called "Atomic scale characterization of interfaces in renwable energy related functional materials".
  • 03/02: Roya Dehghan presents electron tomography results from the Center as well as the tomo hardware and software present.
  • 07/01: Weekly TEM lunch meetings start again. Every Friday at 12.15. Every second Friday there is a short seminar on software tools used in ongoing TEM research. Frist seminar by Ruben Børge on HAADF multislice simulations Friday 21 January.

TEM Gemini news 2012

21/12: Seasonal greetings from TEM Gemini Center to all our 2012 and future collaborators. 04/12: Guest lecture by Dr Martien den Hertog (CNRS) on advanced TEM (and correlated measurements) on Si, II-VI and III-V nanowires in D4-132 at 11.15. 03/12: Congratulations to...
  • 21/12: Seasonal greetings from TEM Gemini Center to all our 2012 and future collaborators.
  • 04/12: Guest lecture by Dr Martien den Hertog (CNRS) on advanced TEM (and correlated measurements) on Si, II-VI and III-V nanowires in D4-132 at 11.15.
  • 03/12: Congratulations to Jelena Todorovic for defending her work and obtaining her well deserved PhD.
  • 19/11: On Monday 3 Decmeber will PhD candidate Jelena Todorovic defend her thesis "Correlated transmission electron microscopy and micro-photoluminescence studies of GaAs-based heterostructured semiconductor nanowires". The topic of her trial lecture is "Characterization of nanoscale p-n junctions". All welcome to follow both events.
  • 10/09: Article in Teknisk Ukeblad about Norwegian-Japanese project in TEM/aluminium developements. See also SINTEF pages
  • 29/08: Congratulations to Katharina Teichmann for her excellent  defence of her PhD on "The effect of deformation on precipitation and precipitation hardening in aluminium alloys" today.
  • 23/08: Weekly TEM lunch meetings restarted. Every Thursday at 12.15 in D4-132.
  • 10/08: On Friday 17 August Roya Dehghan-Niri will defence her PhD Thesis:  "Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy Studies of Cobalt Fischer-Tropsch Catalysts". Trial lecture ("Coherent lensless imaging" at 10.15 and public defence at 13.15, both in Totalrommet (Hovedbygget).
  • 25/07: Postdoc position in TEM of Pd membranes, see here
  • 25/06: Annoucement TEM introduction and TEM PhD course you can find here.
  • 13/06: Vidar Fauske won best student presentation price at 3rd Nanonetwork meeting for work "Transmission electron microscopy study of defects at the interface between GaAs nanowires and a Si-111 substrate".
  • 31/05: Nortem contract signed with JEOL and Zeiss. Official announcement follow shortly.
  • 09/03: Annual report 2011 released.
  • 29/02: Studentoppgaver TEM Gemini center høst 2012.
  • 05/01: Weekly TEM lunch started again. Every Thursday at 12.15 in D4-132 with coffee, tea and cakes. Update on equipment, other news and occasional guest speakers.

TEM Gemini news 2013

  21/12: Seasonal greetings from TEM Gemini Center to all our 2013 and future collaborators. 20/12: Congratulations to Hanne Kauko for passing her PhD defence . 16/12: The last of the three new TEMs, the JEOL 2100F, is accepted by the Centre. Training and use has...

 

  • 21/12: Seasonal greetings from TEM Gemini Center to all our 2013 and future collaborators.
  • 20/12: Congratulations to Hanne Kauko for passing her PhD defence .
  • 16/12: The last of the three new TEMs, the JEOL 2100F, is accepted by the Centre. Training and use has started.
  • 02/12: We received 30 applications for NORTEM seed projects. Evaluation has started and the results will be announced mid January 2014.
  • 30/10: Halfday seminar modelling of Al alloys.
  • 09/10: Announcement NORTEM seed projects and application form.
  • 30/09: Announcement TEM intro course, see dedicated page.
  • 30/09: Announcement half day seminar on (atomistic) modeling of precipitates in aluminium
  • 30/09: ARM now officially part of TEM Gemini Centre infrastructure
  • 27/09: Stand of TEM group and guided tours/demo at 2100 during researcher's night.
  • 24/09: First beam made on the new 2100F. Installation on schedule.
  • 19/08: New 2100F arrived and installation started.
  • 12/08: New JEOL2100 training and use started. Will be in booking system shortly.
  • 09/08: Weekly TEM lunches started again. In principle every Friday 12.15 in D4-132, with coffee, tea, cakes and the occasional talk. All users of the TEM facility are welcome.
  • 09/07: Intro-course on the new facilities in Trondheim will be 6.-8. November 2013!
  • 09/07: Date for NorTEMnet advanced course in Trondheim decided!
  • 11/06: Report of annual meeting BILAT Norway-Japan.
  • 21/04: Popular science article Prøver å forstå styrken til aluminium (TU) and Avkoder styrken i aluminium (forskning.no) about the eVITA project "Multiscale modelling of hardening precipitate interfaces in alloy design" (Ehlers, Holmestad). Prøver å forstå styrken til aluminium (IFY).
  • 04/04: The Easter bunny delivered many boxes and the essembly of the first of three new NORTEM microscopes has started.
  • 02/04: Welcome to dr Yanjie Gan. She joint our TEM group as postdoc and will be working on the characterization of Pd-membranes.
  • 08/03: Annual report 2012 released.
  • 04/03: Overview possible student projects Autumn semester 2013; Project work, Master/Diploma topics in the TEM Gemini Centre, Autumn 2013 [pdf] (Studentoppgaver TEM Gemini center høst 2013).
  • 25/02: First parts of new NorTEM microscopes arrived at site.
  • 20/02: New PC in computer room with processing software Astar data sets.
  • 19/02: Description on new (NorTEM) microscopes, The NORTEM microscopes in Trondheim [pdf].
  • 09/01: Astar orientation mapping installed at 2010F
  • 02/01: Weekly TEM lunch are this semester on Fridays  at 12.15 in D4-132 with coffee, tea and cakes. Update on equipment, other news and occasional guest speakers. First meeting is on Friday 4 January.

PhD defence Takeshi Saito

13/06: PhD defence Takeshi Saito: "The effect of trace elements on precipitation in Al-Mg-Si alloys - A transmission electron microscopy study"

PhD defence Takeshi Saito

13/06: PhD defence Takeshi Saito: "The effect of trace elements on precipitation in Al-Mg-Si alloys - A transmission electron microscopy study"


PhD defence Sigurd Wenner

28.01 PhD defence Sigurd Wenner

PhD defence Sigurd Wenner

28.01 PhD defence Sigurd Wenner


TEM introduction course

Are you a Master student, PhD, Post Doc or other researcher who needs to learn more about what TEM is, what it can do and how to interpret the results? We will give a short introduction course in week 38-39 that is open for everyone interested, however with a limited number of places.

TEM introduction course

Are you a Master student, PhD, Post Doc or other researcher who needs to learn more about what TEM is, what it can do and how to interpret the results? We will give a short introduction course in week 38-39 that is open for everyone interested, however with a limited number of places.

We will this year again organize a short introduction course in (scanning) transmission electron microscopy ((S)TEM) useful for everyone interested in (S)TEM for their research. The TEM introduction course will be intensive and given as six 2-hour lectures in weeks 38 and 39 (second part of September).

Topics covered are basic aspects of TEM for physics and materials science research:
- Introduction to electron microscopy
- Electron specimen interactions
- (S)TEM instrumentation
- Electron diffraction
- Contrast mechanisms in TEM (BF/DF/HREM)
- Short intro to analytical techniques as energy dispersive and electron energy loss spectroscopy

We invite and recommend PhD and Master students who want to be introduced to (S)TEM to participate in this course! SINTEF researchers who are involved in projects with TEM are also invited to participate!

Registration and more information can be found here


PhD defence Astrid Marie Muggerud

Astrid Marie Muggerud was defending her thesis on the subject of Aluminum 3xxx alloys Sept. 4th. The title of her dissertation is "Transmission electron microscopy studies of dispersoids and constituent phases in Al-Mn-Fe-Si alloys".

- PhD defence Astrid Marie Muggerud

Astrid Marie Muggerud was defending her thesis on the subject of Aluminum 3xxx alloys Sept. 4th. The title of her dissertation is "Transmission electron microscopy studies of dispersoids and constituent phases in Al-Mn-Fe-Si alloys".


TEM Gemini news

  • 21/11: The TEM Gemini Centre is involved in as much as three of the newly awarded SFIs (Centres for Research-based Innovation)! John Walmsley is a part of iCSI, Per Erik Vullum is a part of Sustainable Innovations for Automated Manufacturing of Multi-Material Products, and Randi Holmestad is a part of CASA. See more on this on the research council webpage.

  • October 2014: The double corrected JEOL ARM is now in use for a year. In that time a solid user group  has been established who can reproduce the impressive performance from the acceptance test. Results from this ARM200F and related to NORTEM's focus areas have been published in high-ranking journals such as (Nature) Scientific Reports and Nano letters.

  • This fall our weekly lunch meetings will be held on Fridays 12.15 in D4-143. All are welcome!

  • 24/09: Congratulations to Astrid Marie for her PhD degree!
  • 09/07: Have you still not decided on a project/master work for fall 2014? We still have some available projects!
  • 30/06: Announcement of Seed Projects fall 2014. More information and application form
  • 30/06: Announcement of PhD-course FY8102 Electron microscopy and diffraction fall 2014
  • 26/06: Annual report (new style) 2013 is published.
  • 15/06: ICAA 2014 in Trondheim with many contributions from the TEM Gemini Center.
  • 13/06: Congratulations to Takeshi Saito for sucessfully defending his PhD work.

TEM Gemini news

  • 21/11: The TEM Gemini Centre is involved in as much as three of the newly awarded SFIs (Centres for Research-based Innovation)! John Walmsley is a part of iCSI, Per Erik Vullum is a part of Sustainable Innovations for Automated Manufacturing of Multi-Material Products, and Randi Holmestad is a part of CASA. See more on this on the research council webpage.

  • October 2014: The double corrected JEOL ARM is now in use for a year. In that time a solid user group  has been established who can reproduce the impressive performance from the acceptance test. Results from this ARM200F and related to NORTEM's focus areas have been published in high-ranking journals such as (Nature) Scientific Reports and Nano letters.

  • This fall our weekly lunch meetings will be held on Fridays 12.15 in D4-143. All are welcome!

  • 24/09: Congratulations to Astrid Marie for her PhD degree!
  • 09/07: Have you still not decided on a project/master work for fall 2014? We still have some available projects!
  • 30/06: Announcement of Seed Projects fall 2014. More information and application form
  • 30/06: Announcement of PhD-course FY8102 Electron microscopy and diffraction fall 2014
  • 26/06: Annual report (new style) 2013 is published.
  • 15/06: ICAA 2014 in Trondheim with many contributions from the TEM Gemini Center.
  • 13/06: Congratulations to Takeshi Saito for sucessfully defending his PhD work.
  • 14/03: Studentprosjektoppgaver for høst 2014 er annonsert.
  • 27/01: First publication with results from a NORTEM microscope (Jeol 2100) is out, see Nanoletters.
  • 24/01: Professor Velimir Radmilović, University of Belgrade/Berkley National lab, give the first IFY's Friday Colloqium this year: Functional Oxide Thermoelectrics: The Case of ZnO Nanowires" in D4-132 at 14.15. On Thursday 30/01 he gives a second talk related to advanced TEM study of aluminium alloys, "aAl3(Li,Sc) Core/shell Monodisperse Nanostructures", in D4-132 at 11.15.
  • 20/01: After 12 productive years the Jeol 2010F is switched off and packed for a new home.
  • 16/01: The ASTAR set-up for orientation mapping is succesfully transfered to the 2100F.
  • 15/01: on Wednesday 29/01 Sigurd Wenner will defend his PhD work, "Transmission electron microscopy and muon spin relaxation studies of precipitation in Al-Mg-Si alloys". The topic of his public trial lecture will be "Topological materials.  A new state of matter transforming electronics?". All interested are welcome.
  • 13/01: Weekly TEM lunch will start-up this Thursday. This semester they will be every Thursday in D4-132 at 12.15 to 13. All TEM users welcome. Coffee and cake served.
  • 10/01: Thanks to all speakers, assistants and particpiants for a inspiring STEM workshop.
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TEM introduction course

We organize a short course to introduce TEM as valuable characterization technique. The course, lectures and hands-on demos, is open to everyone interested, but we have a limited number of places. More information .
6-8 november

TEM introduction course

We organize a short course to introduce TEM as valuable characterization technique. The course, lectures and hands-on demos, is open to everyone interested, but we have a limited number of places. More information.


The new NORTEM TEMs in Trondheim

September 10. 2013Professor Randi Holmestad on the inauguration of the new NORTEM JEOL microscopes in Trondheim, September 10. 2013 . Photo: Irene Aspli
Today, the new microscopes (TEM) at NTNU and SINTEF inaugurated and the event took place in Realfagbygget NTNU. Project Manager Spyros Diplas (SINTEF) welcomed. Then Randi Holmestad (NTNU) told the history of TEM in Trondheim.

The new NORTEM TEMs in Trondheim

- Inauguration of the new NORTEM JEOL microscopes

September 10. 2013Professor Randi Holmestad on the inauguration of the new NORTEM JEOL microscopes in Trondheim, September 10. 2013 . Photo: Irene Aspli
Today, the new microscopes (TEM) at NTNU and SINTEF inaugurated and the event took place in Realfagbygget NTNU. Project Manager Spyros Diplas (SINTEF) welcomed. Then Randi Holmestad (NTNU) told the history of TEM in Trondheim.

History of TEM in Trondheim

John Walmsley shows off the flagship instrument, a JEOL JEM-ARM200F ColdFEG electron source with probe and image correction. Photo: Irene AspliThe TEM history started by Professor Ragnvald Høier in 1972 and continued until the first Jeol2010F was installed at Department of Physics in 2001. Randi Holmestad told about the long road to the award. The TEM group started with the application for funding already in 2006. In 2009, the Norwegian Centre for Transmission Electron Microscopy (NORTEM) was established. After several suggestions and applications were NORTEM large-scale infrastructure projects granted 58 MNOK from The Research Council of Norway. The job of implementation, negotiations and contracts could start.

Laboratories and transmission electron microscopes (TEM) was built during the past year. In October 2013, the three new microscopes will come into use. The three new microscopes are JEM-ARM200F (JEOL double corrected), JEM-2100F TEM and JEM-2100 LaB6 TEM.

NORTEM today

TEM Gemini Centre consists of a team of six SINTEF researchers, four NTNU researchers, three engineers, seven master's students, three postdocs and nine PhD students. The project is funded by The Research Council of Norway together with the three partners SINTEF, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and University of Oslo (UiO). NORTEM project is divided into two nodes, in Trondheim and Oslo, distribution 50-50 percent.

JEOL Centre contract was signed by SINTEF's President Unni Steinsmo, President JEOL Ltd. Gon'emon Kurihara and NTNUs Pro-Rector for Research Kari Melby. Guests and participants were given a guided tour in the the laboratories and the new microscopes. After the official opening it was held a technical seminar with seven invited speakers from around the world, giving presentations about what is possible to achieve with the new generation of TEM. The seminar had more than 50 participants.

From the left; John Walmsley, Unni Steinsmo, Rudie Spooren, Kari Melby, Spyros Diplas, Gon'emon Kurihara og Randi Holmestad. Photo: Irene Aspli

The JEOL delegation, including the president Gonemon Kurihara (JEOL president), Siegfried Falch (JEOL Germany) , Yuichi Matsumoto (JEOL, Head of European interface), Tsutomu Morita (JEOL Europe) Matthias Rodewald (JEOL Germany), Mats Bergius (JEOL AB), Fredrik Andersson (JEOL AB). Photo: Randi Holmestad

Invited speakers at the seminar in advanced TEM. From left Ian MacLaren (Glasgow University), Per Persson (Linköping University), Takeshi Kasama (CEN, DTU), Jian Min Zuo (University of Illinois), Masahiro Kawasaki (JEOL USA), Sarah Haigh (Manchester University) and Williams Lefebvre (University of Rouen). Photo: Randi Holmestad

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