1st INTERNATIONAL

MICROSCOPY & SPECTROSCOPY

CONGRESS

 22-24 SEPTEMBER 2021 - ONLINE

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 Invitation Letter

 Dear Colleagues,

 

The 25th National Electron Microscopy Congress, which was planned to be held in Izmir between 22 - 24 September 2021 by the Izmir Institute of Technology on behalf of the Turkish Society for Electron Microscopy, and the 1st International Microscopy and Spectroscopy Congress, which will be held simultaneously for the first time, will be held online.


Due to the COVID pandemic all around the world, our congress, which we have carried to the international arena with your support and intense interest over the last 50 years is going to be online for the first time, in order to protect the health of our valuable participants.


Our congress will be open to all microscopy related research and technical developments in the fields of life sciences and materials sciences. The scientific program of the congress will include presentations by renowned invited speakers, as well as contributed oral and poster presentations. Even in these harsh times, we prioritize the communication and interaction of our participants, and we will provide all means possible for fruitful discussions via our online meeting system.


We will get through this virus as humanity and meet face-to-face in scientific events again, until then, we aim to provide an efficient scientific interaction where we will discuss the current issues in the field of microscopy and share our work via this online meeting.



We are happy to invite all our colleagues to our congress.

 Aziz Genç

Izmir Institute of Technology

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

  Servet Turan

Eskişehir Technical University

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

 Plenary Speakers

  •  Stefan W. Hell

    "MINFLUX nanoscopy and related matters"

    

    Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry,

    Germany

  •  Jordi Arbiol

    "Quantum nanomaterials at atomic scale: from growth mechanisms to local properties"


    ICREA and Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC & BIST

    Catalonia,

    Spain

  •  Toyoshi Fujimoto

    "How lipid droplets go nuclear"

    

    Juntendo University Graduate School of Medicine,

    Japan

  •  Quentin Ramasse

    "Recent developments in sub-100meV electron energy loss spectroscopy: from phonons to core losses in real and momentum space"


    SuperSTEM Laboratory and University of Leeds,

    United Kingdom

 Invited Speakers

  •  Peter van Aken

    "Electronic Structure Engineering Through Atomic-scale Strain Control in Complex Oxide Heterostructures"

    Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research,

    Germany

  •  Tunç Akkoç

    "MSCs on the Road"

    Marmara University,

    Turkey

  •  Cenk Oral Aktaş

    "Functional Surfaces: From Nature to Applications"

    Christian-Albrechts-University · Institute of Materials Science,

    Germany

  •  Feridun Ay

    “Micro-Raman Spectroscopy of 2D TMDC Materials for Applications in Optoelectronics”

    Eskişehir Technical University,

    Turkey

  •  Ömer Bayraktar

    "Mapping Human Tissue Architecture Using Spatial Genomics"

    Wellcome Sanger Institute,

    UK

  •  Raymond Birge

    “Targeting Phosphatidylserine/TAM receptor/PD-L1 Axis as a Vulnerability in Cancer”

    The State University of New Jersey and New Jersey Medical School Cancer Center,

    USA

  •  Gianluigi Botton

    "Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy with High Spatial and High Energy Resolution"

    McMaster University,

    Canada

  •  Kevin Brindle

    "Imaging Tumor Metabolism with Mass Spectrometry and Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging"

    Cambridge University

    Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute,

    UK

  •  Giovanna Cenacchi

    “Light and shadow in diagnostic electron microscopy of the future”

    Alma Mater Università di Bologna,

    Italy

  •  Jerry Edward Chipuk

    "BAX-dependent Mitochondrial Outer Membrane Permeabilization: Exquisitely Regulated to the Point of Death."

    Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai,

    USA

  •  John R. Couchman

    "Emerging Roles for Syndecan Receptors in Disease"

    University of Copenhagen,

    Denmark 

  •  Hasan Demirci

    "Time-resolve Single-particle CryoEM Studies of Ribosome Complexes"

    Koç University,

    Turkey

  •  Martial Duchamp

    "Operando and in Situ in a TEM Imaging in a Cryogenic Temperature Range"

    Nanyang Technological University,

    Singapore

  •  Y. Murat Elçin

    "Recent Developments in Regenerative Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering and In Vitro Tissue Models"

    Ankara University,

    Turkey

  •  Emre Erdem

    "Point Defects in Ceramics and Semiconductor Nanomaterials and Their Roles in Supercapacitors"

    Sabancı University,

    Turkey

  •  Alev Erişir

    "Two and Three Dimentional Electronmicroscopy in Understanding Synaptic Circuits in Sensory Pathways"

    University of Virginia,

    USA

  •  Maria de la Mata Fernandez

    "Electron Microscopy Characterization of Polymer-Based Materials"

    Universidad de Cádiz

    Spain

  •  Vasıf Hasırcı

    "Biomaterials, Microscopy and Spectroscopy"

    Acıbadem Mehmet Ali Aydınlar University,

    Turkey

  •  Pippa Hawes

    "Imaging Viruses by Electron Microscopy"

    Pirbright Institute,

    UK

  •  Marc Heggen

    "Octahedral Pt-alloy Nanoparticle Fuel-cell Catalysts

    Studied by Analytical ex- and in-situ Electron Microscopy"

    Ernst Ruska-Centre for Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Electrons (ER-C),

    Germany

  •  Pavel Hozak

    "Nuclear Phosphoinositides and Phase separation: Nuclear Lipid Islets and their importance in regulation of RNA Polymerase II driven transcription"

    Institute of Molecular Genetics AS CR, Laboratory of Biology of the Cell Nucleus & IMG Microscopy Centre,

    Czech Republic 

  •  Bruno Humbel

    "Volume Microscopy in Cell Biology: an Overview"

    Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology - OIST,

    Japan

  •  Lewys Jones

    "The STEM: a Nearly Perfect Instrument"

    Trinity College Dublin

    AMBER Research Centre,

    Ireland

  •  David Kaplan

    "Recent Advances with Silk Proteins - Functional Biomaterials for Medicine"

    Tufts University,

    USA

  •  Demie Kepaptsoglou

    "High Spatial and Energy Resolution Electron Microscopy of functional Oxides"

    SuperSTEM and University of York,

    UK

  •  Agnes Kittel

    "Electron Microscopy as the Gold Standard of the Extracellular Vesicle Research"

    Hungarian Academy of Sciences,

    Hungary

  •  Nalan Liv

    "Correlative live-cell – volume electron microscopy resolves metastasis related lysosomal subpopulations"

    University Medical Center Utrecht,

    Netherlands

  •  Mustapha Najimi

    "Immunomodulation of Inflammation: A Strategic Cell Therapy Approach to Target Acquired

    Liver Diseases"

    Promethera Therapeutics,

    Belgium

  •  Doğan Özkaya

    "Correlative Microscopy of Catalysts; from Device Level to Atomic Level"

    Diamond Light Source,

    UK

  •  Nurhan Özlü

    "Proteomic Analysis of Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma"

    Koç University,

    Turkey

  •  Suzana Šegota

    "Nanoscale Characterisation on Functional Materials:

    Force Spectroscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy Beyond Imaging"

    Ruđer Bošković Institute,

    Croatia

  •  Uğur Serincan

    "Qualification of GaSb Epilayers Grown on Si Substrates"

    Eskişehir Technical University,

    Turkey

  •  Milica Manojlović-Stojanoski

    "Application of Stereology in Studying the Programming Consequences"

    University of Belgrade,

    Serbia 

  •  Berna Sözen

    "Deciphering Principles of Mammalian Early Embryogenesis in Development and Disease"

    Yale School of Medicine,

    USA

  •  Eren Suyolcu

    "STEM as a Tool for the Desing and Engineering of Functional Oxide Interfaces"

    Cornell University,

    USA

  •  Umut Şahin

    "Pharmacological targeting of PML nuclear bodies in neurodegeneration"

    Boğaziçi University,

    Turkey

  •  Tetsuro Takamatsu

    "Intraoperative Fluorescence Microscopy to Detect Metastatic Lesions in The Sentinel Lymph Nodes"

    Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine,

    Japan

  •  Fatih Toptan

    "Understanding the Degradation Mechanisms in Functionalized Load-bearing Metallic Biomaterials"

    İzmir Institute of Technology,

    Turkey

  •  Hana Totary-Jain

    "The Role of mir-489(46) Cistron in Trophoblast Cell Lineage Specification"

    University of South Florida,

    USA

  •  Peng Yi Tang

    "Engineering the Surface and Interface Structures of Catalysts for Water Splitting"

    Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information, Chinese Academy of Sciences,

    People’s Republic of China

  •  Paul Verkade

    "Cryo Fluorescence as a guide for Cellular Cryo Electron Tomography"

    University of Bristol,

    UK

  •  Masashi Watanabe

    "Characterization of Single Atoms in Materials by Aberration-Corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy"

    Lehigh University,

    USA

  •  Zahra Zakeri

    "Lipids and the Alteration of Viral Propagation"

    Queens College of the City University of New York,

    USA 

 General Information

 Congress Platform

MSC2021 will be conducted as an online congress.


Congress Language

The official language of MSC2021 is English

 Deadline for Oral Abstract Submission

20 August 2021


Deadline for Poster Abstract Submission

3 September 2021


Acceptance of the Abstracts Announcement Date (Oral)

27 August 2021


Acceptance of the Abstracts Announcement Date (Poster)

10 September 2021


Early Registration Date

27 August 2021


Author Payment Deadline

27 August 2021


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