Tentative programme

Monday 14th October 2013

  1. 08:30Registration, opening
  2. 09:15P. Williams, Arizona State University, Phoenix: Fundamental aspects of sputtering and sputtered ion formation: what's going on inside my NanoSims?
  3. 10:00K. Watanabe, National Institute for Materials Science NIMS, Tsukuba: Particle analysis for metal oxides using NanoSIMS.
  4. 10:40N. Valle, Centre de Recherche Public - Gabriel Lippmann, Belvaux: Carbon quantification in Fe based alloys by SIMS nano-analysis.
  5. 11:00Break
  6. 11:20F. Hillion, Cameca, Paris: Practical aspects of alignment for high-resolution imaging.
  7. 12:00E. Deloule, Centre de Recherches Pétrographiques et Géochimiques CRPG-CNRS, Nancy: Isotopic fractionation in SIMS measurements: the case for hydrogen and some other light elements.
  8. 12:40Lunch
  9. 14:00P. Hoppe, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Germany, Mainz: Applications of the NanoSIMS in Cosmochemistry.
  10. 14:40L. Remusat, Museum National d'histoire Naturelle, Paris: NanoSIMS analysis of remelted nanogranites and glassy inclusions to estimate water contents of granite embryos.
  11. 15:00L. Polerecky, Utrecht, University, Soest: Look@NanoSIMS - a tool for processing and analysis of NanoSIMS data.
  12. 15:20J. Lugmeier, Technische Universität München, Freising: ImViewer - An easy to use im-File viewer.
  13. 15:40A. Delaune, Université de Rouen, Mont Saint Aigan: SIED : A new tool to detect significant isotopic enrichments in NanoSIMS images.
  14. 16:00Break
  15. 16:20T. Wirtz, Centre de Recherche Public Gabriel Lippmann, Belvaux: New high-precision sample stage with integrated SPM module for the Cameca NanoSIMS.
  16. 17:00F. Horreard, Cameca, Paris: Recent technical developments from Cameca.
  17. 17:20Discussion: Capacity building (COST Action) Networking.
  18. 19:00Dinner