Microscopy Society of Ireland Symposium

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TCD, Wednesday 8th January - Friday 10th January

Microscopy Society of Ireland Symposium 2020 – The annual MSI Symposium will be hosted in Trinity College Dublin.

The MSI Winter Symposium 2020 brings together microscopy users and specialists across a broad spectrum of the life, physical, and instrumental sciences from across Ireland. Encompassing microscopy in all its diverse forms, the symposium aims to be a friendly and inclusive environment where scientists at all career stages can present their work. Talks from postgraduate students and other early career researchers are strongly encouraged.

The symposium will open on the January 8th with demo sessions designed for early stage career scientist and anyone interested. January 9th and 10th the symposium will feature invited talks and contributed talks, as well as technical talks given by instrumentation specialist companies. Topics:

  • Correlative Microscopy.
  • In-situ EM.
  • Societal Challenges.
  • Instrumentation Development.
  • Microscopy for Additive Manufacturing.
  • Microscopy in the Geosciences.
  • Biomedical Imaging.
  • Microscopy for ICT.

Wednesday 8th January - Friday 10th January
€45 - €120
College Green, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin, Ireland

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