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WOTWISI-6

The Sixth International Workshop On TEM
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July 27–29, 2022

The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The 6th International Workshop on Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) with in-situ Irradiation (WOTWISI-6) will be held at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, from July 27–29, 2022.

This workshop will focus on the recent progress in both facility development and applications of TEM with in situ ion and electron irradiation.

Representatives and experienced users of the TEM-ion beam-linked facilities in the world are invited to gather to share their experiences and discuss the future research topics of this state-of-the-art technique. Areas for discussion will include the problems associated with the facility development (e.g., temperature and beam current measurement and control; interference of electromagnetic field of the TEM lens to the low energy light ions, ways to minimize the shadowing effects, multi-beam irradiation, and implantation) as well as applications of in situ TEM with ion irradiation on the studies of nuclear materials, radiation effects in semiconductors, nano-scale material modification, etc. Researchers who are interested in using or building TEM-ion beam-linked facilities are also welcome to attend.

Workshop Co-Chairs:

Professor Lumin Wang, University of Michigan, USA

Professor Gary Was, University of Michigan, USA (Director of Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory)

International Program Committee:

Dr. Aurelie Gentils (JANNuS-Orsay, France)

Dr. Khalid Hattar (Sandia National Laboratories, USA)

Professor Jonathan Hinks (University of Huddersfield, UK)

Professor Naoyuki Hashimoto (Hokkaido University, Japan)

Professor Guang Ran (Xiamen University, China)

Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Wei-Ying Chen (Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
The Current status of IVEM-Tandem Facility at ANL

Professor Stephen Donnelly (University of Huddersfield, UK)
A Proposed Set of “Round-Robin” Experiments to Provide a Dosimetry Calibration for in-situ TEM / Ion-Accelerator Facilities
and In situ TEM Studies of Self-Ion Irradiation of Nickel: Irradiation-Induced Grain Formation

Dr. Aurelie Gentils (Universite Paris-Saclay, France)
The in situ dual ion beam TEM at JANNuS-Orsay: description of the facility and recent updates
and Nuclear materials studies using JANNuS-Orsay: various examples from the past years

Professor Naoyuki Hashimoto (Hokkaido University, Japan)
In situ observation of microstructural evolution in irradiated CrFeNiMn high entropy alloys

Dr. Khalid Hattar (Sandia National Laboratories, USA)
Coupled extreme environment via in-situ ion irradiation TEM

Professor Jonathan Hinks (University of Huddersfield, UK)
The recent progress of the MIAMI facilities at Huddersfield University of UK

Dr. Eric Lang (SNL/University of New Mexico, USA)
Advancing extreme environment understanding at the micro-Scale via in-situ SEM

Professor Tamaki Shibayama (Hokkaido University, Japan)
The current status of TEM-ion beam linked facilities in Japan

Professor Guang Ran (Xiamen University, China)
Introduction to the in-situ irradiation facility at Xiamen University of China

Professor Lumin Wang (University of Michigan, USA)
The study of irradiation induced solid state amorphization with in-situ TEM

Professor Gary Was (University of Michigan, USA)
Introduction to the TEM with in situ irradiation facility at Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory

Other Invited Speakers include:

Professor Kevin Field (University of Michigan, USA)
Development and deployment of machine learning-based object detection algorithms for in-situ TEM ion irradiations

Dr. Jian Gan (Idaho National Laboratory, USA)
Gas bubble superlattice formation under TEM with in-situ irradiation

Professor Fei Gao (University of Michigan, USA)
Computer simulation of nano-scale defects and validation from experiments

Dr. Lingfeng He (Idaho National Laboratory, USA)
In situ study of microstructural evolution in actinide oxides under ion irradiation

Professor Robert Hovden (University of Michigan, USA)
Two-dimensional charge order stabilized in with in-situ TEM heating of clean polytype heterostructures

Professor Konstantina Lambrinou (University of Huddersfield, UK)
Accelerated development of radiation-tolerant MAX phase ceramics for advanced nuclear systems by in-situ 6 keV Heirradiations at the MIAMI Facility

Professor Hiroshi Oka (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Investigation of reduced activation FCC-type high entropy alloys under Au ion irradiation

Dr. Kai Sun (University of Michigan, USA)
Recent results from the TEM-ion beam linked facility at the Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory

Professor Xing Wang (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Investigating radiation-induced grain growth of UO2 using in-situ Kr irradiation and automated microscopy image analysis

Dr. Tiankai Yao (Idaho National Laboratory, USA)
In situ microstructural and phase evolution in U-50Zr alloy under irradiation

Dr. Ling Wang (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA)
Sink strength effect on coherency loss of precipitates under in situ ion irradiation

Professor Xinghang Zhang (Purdue University, USA) 
In situ TEM studies on the radiation response of metals with various defect sinks

Abstract and Due Date:

One page (US letter size) abstract that may include up to two figures is due on July 1, 2022.

In-Person Registration Fee:

$300 USD for professional attendees and $100 USD for student attendees.

The registration fee will cover the expenses of three lunches, one banquet, and one conference outing.

Virtual Registration Fee:

$120 USD for those who would like to attend the workshop virtually.

Payment:

If you have not yet paid, you can do so here.

Contact:

Professor Lumin Wang, University of Michigan (lmwang@umich.edu)

History:

University of Salford, United KingdomJune 18-20, 2008Jonathan Hinks, Stephen Donnelly
Albuquerque, NM, USAJune 5-9, 2011Khalid Hattar
Hokkaido University, Sapporo, JapanJuly 11-12, 2013Somei Ohnuki, Naoyuki Hashimoto
Université Paris-Saclay, FranceMarch 16-18, 2016Aurélie Gentils
University of Huddersfield, United KingdomApril 11-13, 2018Jonathan Hinks
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USAJuly 27-29, 2022Lumin Wang, Gary Was
Xiamen University, Xiamen, ChinaSummer 2024Guang Ran