Thank you!

The sixteenth congress of the French Microscopy Society (Sfµ), Poitiers 2019, has gathered more than 320 attendees (221 registrations, 56 GN-MEBA members and 53 exhibitors), far beyond our upmost optimistic expectations. The local organizing committee members (Pprime Institute, Image UP, IC2MP) were pleased to welcome you at the ENSIP to celebrate the Sfµ’s sixtieth anniversary.

Thank you all, for contributing to the success of this meeting.

Looking forward to meeting you for the next congress.

Dr. Frédéric PAILLOUX
Conference President
For the Organizing Committee


Second stopover in Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Following the successful meeting of Bordeaux in 2017, and to celebrate its sixtieth anniversary, the French Microscopy Society (Sfµ) will stop in Poitiers for the sixteenth edition of its congress. Pre-congress workshops and trainings will be organized 1st July 2019, and the congress will take place in the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Poitiers (ENSIP) building from 2nd July to 5th July 2019.

The Sfµ meeting aims at bringing together a wide community of scientists who develop or make use of electron, photon, scanning probe and atom probe microscopies. The scientific program consists of twelve symposia: four dedicated to life science, four focused on materials science, and four joint symposia (life and materials science). This congress is synchronized with the spring meeting of GN-MEBA, providing the opportunity for shared discussions.

Looking forward to meeting you in Poitiers.

Frédéric Pailloux,
for the organizing committee

News

Castaing Prizes 2019

The SFmu Castaing Prizes 2019 have been awarded to:

  • Life Sciences: Dr Emmanuel Beaurepaire, Laboratoire d’optique et biosciences, Ecole Polytechnique Palaiseau
  • Materials Science: Pr Ovidiu Ersen, Institut de Physique et Chimie des Matériaux de Strasbourg

Congratulations to both of them!

Favard Prizes 2019

The SFmu Favard Prizes 2019 have been awarded to:

Life Sciences: Pedro Baraçal de Mecê (ONERA Châtillon), for his thesis « 4D exploration of the retina for adaptive optics-assisted laser Photocoagulation » ;

Materials Science: Enrico Di Russo (GPM Rouen), for his thesis « Study of the physical mechanisms leading to compositional biases in atom probe tomography of semiconductors ».

Congratulations to both of them!

The programme

The detailed scientifique program is available here!

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