Directory of Microscopy & Microanalysis Meetings/ShortCourses/Conferences


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Dates
Meeting/Course and Short Synopsis
Local Date/Time is: 2019 / 6 / 19 @ 11:5
Jun 02, 2019
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Jun 07, 2019
Title:Lehigh Microscopy School
Sponsor:Lehigh University
Location:Campus of Lehigh University , Bethlehem PA United States
URL: http://www.lehigh.edu/microscopy

  • SEM LVSEM ESEM TEM STEM CBED EBSD Insitu AEM ELS EDS WDS SIMS AtomProbe FIB X-Ray Microscopy XRF XRD
  • Forty-ninth anniversary of the Lehigh Microscopy School, June 2-7, 2019 on the campus of Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, USA. Courses include SEM, Introduction to SEM and EDS, Introduction to TEM, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Focused Ion Beam, Problem Solving: Interpretation and Analysis of SEM/EDS/EBSD Data, Quantitative X-ray Microanalysis.
Jun 10, 2019
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Jun 10, 2019
Title:GWNIC Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy Workshop
Sponsor:George Washington University
Location:George Washington University , Washington DC DC United States
URL: https://nic.gwu.edu/clem-workshop

  • Light/Optical MultiPhoton Fluorescence SEM
  • The George Washington University (GW) Nanofabrication and Imaging Center (GWNIC) presents a five-day correlative microscopy workshop.
Jul 23, 2019
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Jul 24, 2019
Title:International Conference on PHYSICAL ASSURANCE and INSPECTION of ELECTRONICS
Sponsor:
Location:Marriott , Crystal City, VA (Washington, D.C. area) VA United States
URL: http://paine-conference.org/

  • Light/Optical MultiPhoton IR/Raman Fluorescence Near Field NSOM Scanning Probe SPM STM AFM MFM SEM LVSEM ESEM LEEM TEM HREM STEM SCEM IVEM/HVEM CBED TED EBSD OIM Tomography Holography Lorentz Insitu AEM ELS EDS WDS EMPA AES ESCA SIM SIMS FIM AtomProbe FIB
  • Physical attacks on electronics have grown significantly recently and is becoming a major threat to the chip designers, original equipment manufacturers as well as end users. The complex long life of the emergent internet of things (IoT) devices coupled with their diverse applications is making them increasingly vulnerable to various forms of physical attacks. Large number of companies and start-ups are now working in this area across the globe and offer training and service to the public. As importantly, the number of the programs introduced by US government have increased hugely to analyze and find a solution for this problem. High-end failure analysis tools, which used to be very expensive and accessible to only big organizations are now available for a very cheaper price. Private parties can now buy such tools and rent them to the public with a very low rate, which makes these attacks ever more viable. In addition physical assurance and inspection of electronics as well as physical fingerprinting based on analog parameters are rapidly becoming a tool for unique countermeasures against various attack modalities.

Nestor J. Zaluzec / Zaluzec@aaem.amc.anl.gov