Microscope Dedication Symposium

Microscope Dedication Symposium, hosted by the Singh Center for Nanotechnology, JEOL, and Gatan

Friday, August 10, 2018 – 8:00 am – 4:30 pm – Glandt Forum

The Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania will host a Microscope Dedication Symposium for the JEM-ARM200F NEOARM, (Atomic Resolution Analytical Microscope), and the JEOL-F200 (Multi-purpose Electron Microscope) instruments, currently installed in our center, on Friday, August 10, 2018.

While the event is free, registration is required. Please register at Singh Microscope Dedication.  For more information, please contact


8:00 – 9:00 AM Breakfast Galleria
9:00 AM Welcome – Mark Allen Singh Center for Nanotechnology
9:05 AM Introduction – Tom Isabell JEOL USA
9:15 AM Hiroki Hashiguichi JEOL Japan
9:45 AM Yimei Zhu Brookhaven National Laboratory
10:15 AM Coffee Break & Poster Session Galleria
10:45 AM Frances Ross IBM Watson Research Center / M.I.T.
11:15 AM Robert Klie University of Illinois – Chicago
11:45 AM Colin Ophus Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
12:15 PM Lunch/Facility Tours Galleria
1:30 PM Xiaoqing Pan University of California at Irvine
2:00 PM Daan Hein Alsem Hummingbird Scientific
2:30 PM Coffee Break & Poster Session Galleria
3:00 PM Mitra Taheri Drexel University
3:30 PM Ke-Bin Low BASF
4:00 PM Sergei Kalinin Oak Ridge National Laboratory
4:30 PM Symposium Conclusion

For those arriving from the M&M conference, we have made arrangements to reserve rooms at “The Study,” a newly-built hotel located less than 100 yards from the Singh Center for Nanotechnology. To reserve a room for this event, please select “The Study” link. 

Poster Abstract
There will be an exhibition of posters at the symposium. Please contact John Russell to register your poster.  Materials to hang your poster will be available at the poster area.  The set-up time is 8:00 – 8:30 am in the café area of the Center.  Your presence is recommended during lunches and coffee breaks for discussion with those who are interested in your research.

Poster Instructions: Guidelines

*Regular poster size is 40 inches (wide) by 30 inches (high)
*The text should be readable by visitors standing 1.5 meters away from the poster
Please print the poster prior to your arrival. We will provide easals and foam board for your poster.