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Join Us in Australia for the 19 th International Microscopy Congress


Nicola Thomas , Logistics and Marketing Coordinator for IMC19, on behalf of the Local Organizing Committee Arinex Pty Ltd. , 10/51 Druitt St , Sydney NSW 2000


imc19@arinex.com.au


T e Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society encourages you to join us at the 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19) to be held 9–14 September 2018 at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Sydney, Australia. Set against the impressive downtown Sydney skyline, the ICC is Australia’s fi nest and largest convention and exhibition venue featuring fully integrated world-class technology. T e Congress theme, “Microscopy: Bridging the Sciences,” will bring together more than 2,000 researchers, as well as decision makers, national microscopy societies, industry partners, and stakeholders involved in microscopy from all over the world. World-renowned plenary speakers, Dr. Misty Jenkins of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Prof. Dan Shechtman of the Technion, Assoc. Prof. Jennifer Dionne of Stanford University, and Prof. Zhiwei Shan of Xi’an Jiaotong University will bring a wealth of microscopy knowledge as they represent Australia, Israel, United States, and China, respectively.


Dr. Misty Jenkins, Prof. Dan Shechtman, Assoc. Prof. Jennifer Dionne, and Prof. Zhiwei Shan. 40 doi: 10.1017/S1551929518000664


Dr. Misty Jenkins is a NHMRC RD Wright fellow and laboratory head in the Immunology Division at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research, where she researches cellular immunology and cancer immunotherapy. Distinguished Professor Dan Shechtman, of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2011. His current research eff orts include developing strong and ductile magnesium alloys for a variety of applications. He is an honorary member of professional societies around the globe and was awarded many prizes including the Wolf Prize in Physics, the Gregori Aminoff Prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and the EMRS Award. Jennifer Dionne is an associate professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. Associate Professor Dionne’s research develops new optical materials and microscopies to observe, with nanoscale resolution, chemical and biological processes as they unfold. She then uses these observations to help improve energy-relevant processes (such as photocatalysis and energy storage), medical diagnostics, and therapeutics. Professor Zhiwei Shan is currently the Dean of School of Materials Science and Engineering at Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU). His main research interests include the size eff ect on mechanical behavior of materials, hydrogen embrittlement, and magnesium-based advanced materials. The 19th International Microscopy Congress program


www.microscopy-today.com • 2018 July


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