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The Fourth Conference on Frontiers of Aberration Corrected Electron Microscopy – PICO 2017 – will be held from 30 April to 4 May 2017 in Kasteel Vaalsbroek. The meeting will address recent advances in methods and applications for the study of structural and electronic properties of solids by the application of advanced transmission electron microscopy techniques in materials science.

PICO 2017 is scheduled to take place again in Kasteel Vaalsbroek
located at the bordering point of The Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.
Topical issues of advanced electron microscopy research will be highlighted in 44 keynote presentations given by leading invited speakers plus further poster presentations from the wider scientific community.

Confirmed speakers include Ursel Bangert (Limerick), Grace Burke (Manchster), Miran Ceh (Ljubljana), Rolf Erni (Dübendorf), Scott Findlay (Melbourne), Hamish Fraser (Columbus), Bert Freitag (Eindhoven), Murray Gibson (Tallahassee), Sarah Haigh (Manchester), Cecile Hebert (Lausanne), Tsukasa Hirayama (Nagoya), Ferdinand Hofer (Graz), Lothar Houben (Rehovot), Colin Humphreys (Cambridge), Lei Jin (Jülich), Kenji Kaneko (Fukuoka), Thomas Kelly (Madison), Christoph Koch (Berlin), Mathieu Kociak (Orsay), Ai Leen Koh (Stanford), Klaus Leifer (Uppsala), Markus Lentzen (Jülich), Martin Linck (Heidelberg), Paolo Longo (Pleasanton), Martina Luysberg (Jülich), Andrew Minor (Berkeley), Stavros Nicolopoulos (Brussels), Eva Olsson (Gothenburg), Richard Palmer (Birmingham), Bernd Rellinghaus (Dresden), Falk Röder (Dresden), Claus Ropers (Göttingen), Peter Schattschneider (Vienna), Nick Schryvers (Antwerp), Renu Sharma (Gaithersburg), Bob Sinclair (Stanford), David Smith (Tempe), Erdmann Spiecker (Erlangen), Eric Stach (Upton), Peter van Aken (Stuttgart), James Wittig (Nashville), Qiang Xu (Delft), Nestor Zaluzec (Argonne), Xiayan Zhong (Beijing), and Yimei Zhu (Upton).

PICO 2017 will also honour the scientific careers of two pioneers of aberration corrected electron microscopy in solid state research. A special colloquium will be devoted to honour the achievements of Robert Sinclair and Nestor Zaluzec both celebrating significant birthdays in early 2017. PICO 2017 will be organised by the Ernst Ruska-Centre in Aachen and Jülich.
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