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ESTEEM3 Newsletter #3
October 2020 Edition
ESTEEM3 extended by 6 months
 
Since most research infrastructures were closed during the COVID-19 lockdown, the European Commission has approved an extension of 6 months for ESTEEM3. The project will end in June 2023, instead of December 2022.
 
 
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Reporting: achievements after 18 months
 
ESTEEM3 has submitted its first Periodic Report to the European Commission, which reviews the activities and advancements achieved during the first 18 months of the project. The report is currently under review. In the meantime, discover some key figures about the advancements of the project: 
  • Transnational Access: more than 200 selected projects and more than 100 publications
  • Joint Research Activities: more than 100 publications and 6 public deliverables 
  • Networking Activities: organisation of 5 schools/workshops and 1 webinar
 
SUCCESS STORIES
 
Many successful projects stem from Transnational Access provided by ESTEEM3. Discover them in the new "Success Stories" section of the website, such as: 
  • The “NanoSensor” project carried by the University of Aveiro (Portugal) was granted access to the Universidad of Cadiz (Spain).
  • ECO2D, an industrial success story which results from a collaboration between Solvay and the Catania Beyondnano laboratory.
  • The project 2D Nanosheets, from the Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China, to the Stuttgart Center for Electron Microscopy (StEM).
 
Interview of Prof. Sara Bals from EMAT, University of Antwerp
 
Sara Bals is a full professor at EMAT, the research group on Electron Microscopy for Material Science of the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Her main research focuses on the application and further development of electron tomography for advanced nanostructured materials.
With her outstanding career, she recently received the European Microscopy Award 2020. In this interview, she explains her background but also her role and views about ESTEEM… in which she is involved since the very beginning!
 
Quantitative Electron Microscopy 2021
School of TEM Quantitative Techniques

9th-21st May 2021 - Port-Barcarès, France 
 
Organised in the frame of ESTEEM3 by CEMES-CNRS, the 5th edition of the Quantitative Electron Microscopy School 2021 (QEM2021) will take place in Port Barcarès, France from 9th to 21st May 2021.
In the programme: theoretical and practical aspects of most of the investigation techniques available in electron microscopy together with their recent developments. Pre-registrations (here) are open until 31st December, 2020. 
 
Enhance your career in Electron Microscopy! 
 
Did you know that many research job positions in the various fields of TEM are created thanks to ESTEEM3? Post-doctoral fellowships, PhDs fellow, professorships... 👉 Find out all the ESTEEM3 related job offers published on our website, LinkedIn and Twitter on a regular basis!   
 
 
THIS PROJECT HAS RECEIVED FUNDING FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION’S HORIZON 2020 RESEARCH AND INNOVATION PROGRAMME UNDER GRANT AGREEMENT NO 823717
 
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