FEMM S2024

29th September / 4th October
Four Points by Sheraton Catania Hotel & Conference Center (Aci Castello)
Frontiers of Electron Microscopy and Materials Science
FEMMS (Frontiers of Electron Microscopy and Materials Science) is a biennial meeting focused on the application of electron microscopy, primarily TEM, in materials science. The conference series primarily arose to satisfy the requirements of the electron microscopy community working on materials science problems, which grew explosively in the late 1980’s and has expanded to researchers working with analytical periphery, novel instrumentation, tomography, operando and correlative microscopy, and advancing into the domain of ultrafast time-resolved microscopy.

Traditionally, FEMMS brings together approx. 40 invited speakers plus one distinguished lecturer that are world-renowned experts, principal investigators and project leaders, to present their latest advances in the field of electron microscopy in the materials sciences.
Organizing Committee
Giuseppe Nicotra (CNR-IMM, Italy)
Robert Klie (UIC, USA)
Paolo Longo (ThermoFisher)
International Advisory Board

Klaus van Benthem (UC Davis, USA)
Steven Bradley (Honeywell, USA)
Nigel Browning (Liverpool U., UK)
Geoffrey Campbell (LLNL, USA)
Angus Kirkland (Oxford, UK)
Kazuo Furuya (NIMS, Japan)
Robert Klie (UIC, USA)
Thomas LaGrange (EPFL, Switzerland)
Joachim Mayer (RTWH Aachen, Germany)
Karren More (ORNL, USA)
Naoya Shibata (U. Tokyo, Japan)
Ray Twesten (Gatan, USA)
Masashi Watanabe (Lehigh U., USA)
Matthew Weyland (Monash, Australia)
Yimei Zhu (BNL, USA)
Alexander Ziegler (U. Witwatersrand, South Africa)