MCM 2019

14th Multinational Congress on Microscopy

September 15-20, 2019 in Belgrade, Serbia

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On behalf of Organizing committee we welcome you to
14th Multinational Congress on Microscopy
September 15-20, 2019 in Belgrade, Serbia.

News

» Detailed hotel ground floor plan (for exibitors) now available.

» Deadline for abstract submission is extended to 01.08.2019.

» Preliminary program available here.

» Deadline for abstract submission is extended to 15.07.2019.

» ChipScope project will organize a public workshop, titled "Micro-nano technologies for integrated microscopy". It will take place on September 16, 2019 in Belgrade, during the MCM – 14th Multinational Congress on Microscopy. Workshop programme is now available.

» Italian society for microscopical science (SISM) board decided to award 10 young researchers from their society to participate at Belgrade MCM2019.

» Your manuscript is welcome to be submitted to Resolution & Discovery special issue dedicated to the 14th Multinational Congress on Microscopy. To submit your manuscript, please visit the journal's electronic submission platform (link), where you need to select Section ’MCM2019’. All manuscripts will be peer-reviewed.

A BIT OF HISTORY

Extracted from the “Opening lecture” given at the 10th Multinational Congress on Microscopy (Urbino, 4-7 September 2011)
by Giuseppe Arancia,
Department of Technology and Health, Italian National Institute of Health Past President and Honorary Member of the Italian Society of Microscopical Sciences.
"In 1990, some representatives of the Italian, Hungarian, Austrian, Yugoslavian and Czechoslovak Societies for Electron Microscopy began to have contacts in order to evaluate the possibility of organizing jointly a multinational congress on electron microscopy. The inspirer reasons of this idea were, mainly, the substitution of a number of small congresses in neighboring countries with a single multinational meeting with the aim of increasing the scientific level and reducing the organizing costs, and to favor interactions and exchange of information and experiences among researchers operating in different countries."

AIM

The aim of MCM conferences is to become a worldwide forum for discussion on different application of various microscopical techniques for both experts and young researchers. MCM conferences have always been a good instrument for establishment of new liaisons between laboratories interested in similar projects. Trade exhibitions also helped to gain insight into the newest development of microscopy.

Keynote lectures
Prof. Dr. Velimir R. Radmilovic
  • Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Knez Mihailova 35, Belgrade, Serbia
  • University of Belgrade, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Nanotechnology and Functional Materials Center, Karnegijeva 4, Belgrade, Serbia
  • “Atomistic Phenomena in Nanostructures for Energy Related Applications”
Plenary lectures
Dr. Vincenzo Grillo
  • Istituto di Nanoscienze, CNR (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche), Modena, Italy
  • “Quantum Sorting: a new paradigm of quantum measurement in electron microscopy”
Prof. Dr. Igor Weber
  • Division of Molecular Biology, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, Croatia
  • “Microscoping the amoeboid cell motility”
Dr. András Kovács
  • Ernst Ruska-Centre for Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Electrons, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • “Using off-axis electron holography to measure magnetic properties of materials”
Prof. Dr. Saverio Cinti
  • Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine, Center of Obesity University of Ancona (Politecnica delle Marche), Ancona, Italy
  • “Anatomy and Physiology of The Nutritional System”
Prof. Dr. Goran Dražić
  • Department of Materials Chemistry, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • “Quantitative Cs corrected STEM of local structures in lead-free ferroelectrics”

You will find detailed biographies on Lecturers page.

Conference topics
Instrumentation and Techniques
  • IT1 Advances in sample preparation techniques
  • IT2 3D imaging, image processing, and phase-related techniques
  • IT3 Diffraction techniques and spectroscopy
  • IT4 Correlative, and super-resolution microscopy
  • IT5 In situ and environmental microscopy
  • IT6 Advances in instrumentation and techniques (SEM, TEM, SPM, etc.)
Material Sciences
  • MS1 Metals, alloys and intermetallics
  • MS2 Nanoscale, nanostructured, and carbon based materials
  • MS3 Thin films, coatings, surfaces and interfaces
  • MS4 Ceramics, composites, cultural heritage materials, rocks and minerals
  • MS5 Polymers, biomaterials, and soft materials
  • MS6 Semiconductors, devices, and magnetic materials
  • MS7 Materials for energy production, storage, and catalysis
  • MS8 Emerging and miscellaneous topics in material sciences
Life Sciences
  • LS1 Live cell imaging, and intracellular dynamics
  • LS2 Structure and imaging of biomolecules
  • LS3 Microscopic applications in symbiotic interactions, plants, microorganisms, and environmental sciences
  • LS4 Neuroscience and histopathology
  • LS5 High-resolution microscopy in life sciences
  • LS6 Nanomaterials in biology and medicine
  • LS7 Multidisciplinary approaches for medical and biological sciences
  • LS8 Emerging and miscellaneous topics in life sciences