Seminars 2002

Prof. Hubert I. Aaronson, F.R. Mehl University, Prof. Emeritus, Carnegie Mellon University, USA.
Mechanisms of the massive transformations.

Prof. David B. Williams, Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Lehigh University, USA.
Is the TEM Obsolescent?

Dr Rainer Heintzmann, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany.
Recent developments in light microscopy.

Dr Guy Remond, Visiting Researcher at UTS.
Quantitative microanalysis using soft X-ray emission bands.

Dr Zou Jin, Australian Key Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis.
Nanoscience & technology, A key science & technology in the 21st century.

[[i|Dr Vicki Keast, Australian Key Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis.]]
Electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS): What do all those wiggles mean?

exandra Kiemer, Centre of Drug Research, University of Munich, Germany.
Anti-inflammatory & cytoprotective potential of the Atrial Natriuretic Peptide.

aoming Huang, CSIRO, Melbourne. Science & nanotechnology of carbon nanotubes.
Dr Carolyn Dillon, Dept. of Chemistry. Metals in biological systems, Studies using an X-ray nanoprobe.

[[i|Dr Maret Vesk, Australian Key Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis.]]
Electron Microscope Unit, the first 40 years.

Prof. Keith Nugent, ARC Federation Fellow, School of Physics, University of Melbourne.
A Phase Odyssey: What is phase and how can we measure it?.

Dr Pall Thordarson, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Catalytic rotaxanes, Mimicking nature_s possessive systems.

Dr Vijoleta Braach-Maksvytis, Co-Director of CSIRO Centre for Nanotechnology.
Biomimetic Engineering, Using nature_s concept in nanotechnology.

Dr Mikhail Matz, Whitney Laboratory, University of Florida, USA.
Molecular biology and evolution of Anthozoa coloration.

Mr Stephen H. Cody, Colon Molecular & Cell Biology Laboratory, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Re-search, Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Live cell imaging, methods and madness.

Prof. George D. W. Smith, FRS, Head of Dep. of Materials, University of Oxford.
The three dimensional atom probe: materials characterisation on the atomic scale.

Dr Filip Braet, Laboratory for Cell Biology & Histology, Free University of Brussels (VUB).
Live cell imaging: from light to probe microscopy.

Dr Jeff Reimers, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney.
Computing with molecules.

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Department of Physics, University of Sydney.
AKCMM and MSA Keynote Lecture: Great Moments in Microscopy Science.