LEAP 5000XR
St Catherine's College, Oxford. Junior Common Room.
Core-shell structure of AgPd catalysts for room-temperature H2 production.
3 Dimensional Atom Probe (3DAP)
Ni-superalloy for gas turbines applications, studying phase partitioning/interfaces
St Catherine's College, Oxford. Lecture Theatre.
Local Electrode Atom Probe (LEAP) 3000HR
Iso-concentration surfaces applied to Al1.7Cu0.01Sn (at. %). Blue dots are Cu atoms and red dots are Sn atoms; Al atoms are not shown.
  • LEAP 5000XR
  • St Catherine's College, Oxford. Junior Common Room.
  • Core-shell structure of AgPd catalysts for room-temperature H2 production.
  • 3 Dimensional Atom Probe (3DAP)
  • Ni-superalloy for gas turbines applications, studying phase partitioning/interfaces
  • St Catherine's College, Oxford. Lecture Theatre.
  • Local Electrode Atom Probe (LEAP) 3000HR
  • Iso-concentration surfaces applied to Al1.7Cu0.01Sn (at. %). Blue dots are Cu atoms and red dots are Sn atoms; Al atoms are not shown.

News

Students and staff will be presenting their research at the APT&M 2016 conference in Gyeongju, South Korea (12th-17th June). Jennifer Zelenty and Michal Dagan will be presenting their work for the Müller young scientist competition.

Professor Michael Moody and postgraduate students Jenni Zelenty and Ben Jenkins
are presenting their work at IGRDM: 19th meeting of the International Group on
Radiation Damage Mechanisms in Pressure Vessel Steels held in Asheville, North
Carolina (USA).

Dr Paul Bagot has been given the honour of giving the Bloch Memorial Lecture at 
the Atom Probe Tomograpy & Microscopy 2016 conference in Gyeongju, South Korea.


Atom Probe Group Workshop

The European Atom Probe Tomography Workshop 2016

Tuesday September 20th - Friday September 23rd 2016

St Catherine's College, Oxford

The Oxford Atom Probe Group is pleased to organise the 2016 European APT workshop. Following on from previous workshops in Zurich and Leoben, the main goal of the European APT Workshop is to bring together scientists from across Europe to share current research findings in the field of atom probe tomography. Lectures will be held at St Catherine's College, Oxford by young scientists and experienced users alike, showcasing their cutting edge research.

Workshop attendees will have the opportunity to establish contact with scientific groups from all around Europe and hear about the latest advances in specimen preparation, materials characterisation and data reconstruction.

Detailed information regarding important deadlines, registration and accommodation will be available soon, and updated regularly on this website.

We welcome participation and active discussions on a broad range of topics from APT users all across Europe and beyond and look forward to welcoming you to Oxford in September!

The 2016 European APT Workshop will be hosted by St. Catherine's College, Oxford. As well as the site for the lectures and poster sessions, accommodation and meals will be provided within the College.

The conference is sponsored by Cameca.


Invited Speakers

Professor Baptiste Gault, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Dusseldorf

Dr. Jonathan Hyde, UK National Nuclear Laboratory

Dr. David Larson, Cameca and President of the International Field Emission Society

More to follow.

 

 

Contact details for committee:

Dr Paul Bagot (Workshop Organiser) - paul.bagot@materials.ox.ac.uk

Professor Michael Moody (Head of Oxford APT Group) - michael.moody@materials.ox.ac.uk