Exhibitor Meeting www.emc2012.org.uk RMS Corporate Advisory Board (CAB)

Exhibitor Meeting www.emc2012.org.uk RMS Corporate Advisory Board (CAB)

Exhibitor Meeting www.emc2012.org.uk RMS Corporate Advisory Board (CAB) Friday 24 February th 2012 Manchester Central Manchester Agenda Welcome and Event Overview Professor Tony Wilson, RMS President Scientific Programme - Dr Debbie Stokes, emc2012 Chair Exhibition and other Events in the Hall Ms Allison Winton, RMS Event Director Event Promotion Mr Rod Shipley, RMS CAB Chair

Delegate Social Programme Ms Allison Winton Logistics Ms Allison Winton Meet the Team Venue Tour Overview of emc2012 16 - 21 September 2012 at Manchester Central Scientific Programme strikes a balance between light and electron microscopy, life and physical sciences, and all forms of microscopy and related techniques The most inclusive event yet in the history of the series Held in the vibrant city of Manchester, UK Plenary speakers with world-class expertise Full social programme including opening drinks reception and gala dinner at Old Trafford football ground Exhibition Learning zone Posters Daily schedule 8.30 9.30

Plenary session 9.30 Exhibition opens 9.30 10.00 Coffee break 10.00 12.00 Parallel sessions 12.00 14.00 Lunch and tea break 14.00 16.00 Parallel sessions 16.00 18.00 Poster sessions (with refreshments in exhibition hall) 18.00* Friday) Exhibition closes (*closes at 14.00 on There will be six parallel sessions per day Each session is 2 hours long Registration on Sunday 16 September 2012 Key Conference Dates 1 March 2012 Registration opens 16 March 2012 Abstract Submission Deadline 16 March 2012 - Bursary application deadline 23 April 2012 Scientific Programme finalised End of April 2012 Authors notified of

decisions 31 May 2012 Final Programme Released 16 June 2012 Early bird registration ends 20 August 2012 Hotel Booking Deadline 31 August 2012 Late Breaking Poster Deadline 16 September 2012 Congress Opens Organisation Symposium chairs Dr Debbie Stokes Conference Chair Professor Tony Wilson - Life Sciences, Tools & Techniques Dr Peter OToole - Life Sciences, Applications Dr John Hutchison - Physical Sciences, Tools & Techniques Professor Mark Rainforth - Physical Sciences, Applications Scientific Programme Committee Local Liaison Committee Professor Grace Burke Dr Ursel Bangert Dr Julie Gough Dr Sarah Haigh Dr Tom Waigh International Scientific Advisory Board Representatives from the European Microscopy Societies

RMS Education and Outreach Committee Corporate Advisory Board Representatives from a large number of exhibitors including JEOL, FEI, Hitachi, Carl Zeiss, Nikon, Leica Microsystems, Olympus, Gatan, Bruker, Quorum Technologies, Agar Scientific, and Oxford Instruments Organisation The Executive Scientific Programme Committee Dr Debbie Stokes Chair Dr John Hutchison Vice Chair Professor Mark Rainforth Vice Chair Professor Tony Wilson Vice Chair Dr Peter OToole Vice Chair Professor Ueli Aebi - EMS Executive Board Representative Professor Rik Brydson - EMS Executive Board Representative Dr Pavel Hozak - EMS Executive Board Representative Professor Joachim Mayer - EMS Executive Board Representative EMS Advisors Professor Paul Midgley President EMS Professor Nick Schryvers Secretary EMS Dr Christian Schoeffer - EMS Treasurer Dr Bob Hertzens Chair ICMA Plenary Speakers

Professor Peter Dobson UK Professor Christian Colliex France Dr Scott Fraser USA Professor Andreas Engel Switzerland Professor Jeff Lichtman USA Professor Tony Wilson - UK Professor Daniel Schechtman- Israel Agenda Welcome and Event Overview Professor Tony Wilson, RMS President Scientific Programme - Dr Debbie Stokes, emc2012 Chair Exhibition and other Events in the Hall Ms Allison Winton, RMS Event Director Event Promotion Mr Rod Shipley, RMS CAB Chair Delegate Social Programme Ms Allison Winton Logistics Ms Allison Winton Meet the Team Venue Tour

Scientific Programme: Physical Sciences Applications Symposium Chair: Professor Mark Rainforth Session Invited Speakers Functional Materials Susanne Stemmer California, USA, Joachim Loos Glasgow, UK Axel Lubk- Dresden, Germany, Amanda Petford-Long USA Thin Films, Coatings and Interfaces Beata Dubiel Poland Stuart Turner Antwerp, The Netherlands Art, Heritage and Forensics Florian Meirer Italy, Peter Northover - Oxford, UK Advanced Materials

Healthcare I (multidisciplinary) Dorte Juul Jensen Denmark, Mark Aindow Connecticut, USA Erdmann Spiecker Erlangen, Germany, Velimir Radmilovic Belgrade, Serbia Bill Jones Cambridge, UK, Alexandra Porter London, UK Clive Roberts Nottingham, UK, Marco Cantoni, France Healthcare II (multidisciplinary) Jonathan Powell Cambridge, UK Nico Sommerdijk Eindhoven, The Netherlands Jean Michel Reims, France Nanomechanics Paul Zaxlansky, Germany Towards Sustainable Energy and Environmental Protection Prathiba Gai York, UK, Stig Helveg Denmark Ying Shirley Meng - USA Earth and Planetary Materials

Penelope Wozniakiewicz USA Patrick Orr Dublin, Ireland Low Dimensional Materials Jamie Warner Oxford, UK, Valeria Nicolosi Dublin, Ireland Reine Wallenberg Sweden, Quentin Ramasse - USA Scientific Programme: Physical Sciences Tools & Techniques Symposium Chair: Dr John Hutchison Session Invited Speakers Advances in Scanning Probe Microscopy: applications at the Nanoscale Advances in SEM Sponsored by Hitachi High Technologies In Situ and Environmental EM 3D/4D Imaging Advances in EM Instrumentation & Methods (Professor David Cockayne Memorial

Symposium) Sponsored by EMAG, IoP Electron Diffraction and crystallography Advances in Spectroscopy in STEM and CTEM Advances in Ion Microscopy Emerging and Late Breaking Topics in Physical Science Sebastian Loth - Germany, Jascha Repp - Germany Mervyn Miles- Bristol, UK, Bruno Samori Bologna, Italy Olaf Magnussen Kiel, Germany, Simon Scheuring, France Ludek Frank Czech Republic, Stefan Zaefferer Germany John Mansfield Michigan, USA, Mitsugo Sato - Japan Peter Crozier Arizona, USA, Henny Zandbergen Delft, The Netherlands, Blythe G Clarke Sandia, USA Stephan Hofmann Cambridge, UK Nestor Zaluzec Argonne, USA, Simo Huotari Grenoble, France Sara Bals Antwerp, Belgium, Frank Muecklich Saarland, Germany Joachim Zach Germany, Ondrej Krivanek USA Sandra Van Aert Antwerp, Belgium, Fabrizio Carbone

Lausanne, Switzerland, Ute Kaiser Ulm, Germany, Peng Wang Oxford, UK Jim Zuo Illinois, USA, Joke Hademann Antwerp, Belgium Mathieu Kociak Paris, France, Les Allen Melbourne, Australia Jo Verbeeck Antwerp, Belgium, Gianluigi Botton Canada Diederik Maas Delft, The Netherlands Daniel Pickard Singapore, Ivo Utke Switzerland Bruno Humbel Lausanne, Switzerland TBD Scientific Programme: Life Sciences Applications Symposium Chair: Dr Peter O'Toole Session Invited Speakers Organelle Dynamics Biology of the Cell Nucleus Cytoskeleton and signalling Sponsored by German Society of Cell Biology Applied Imaging brain structure and

function across different spatial and temporal scales Uninvited Guests: visualising hostpathogen interactions Sponsored by SGM Gillian Griffiths Cambridge, UK, Gero Steinberg Exeter, UK Viki Allan Manchester, UK Anna Akhmanova Utrecht, The Netherlands Christina Flors Madrid, Spain, Paul Fransz The Netherlands David Stanek The Czech Republic Klemens Rottner Bonn, Germany, Julie Plastino France Justin Molloy London, UK, Robert Goldman - USA Zoltan Nusser Hungary, Valentin Nagerl France Jason Rothman UK, Axel T Brunger USA, Stephen Smith USA, David DiGregorio France, Thomas Nevian Switzerland, Judit Makara Hungary, Nathalie Rochefort Germany, Troy Margrie UK, Angus Silver - UK Abraham Minsky Israel, Nolwenn Jouvenet France Michael Way UK, Winfried Weissenhorn - France Kay Grunewald Oxford, UK Friedrich Frischknecht Heidelberg, Germany

Imaging and flow cytometry in cancer Paul Smith Cardiff, UK, Margaret Harnett Glasgow, biology (Session in conjunction with UK Daniel J Ehrlich Boston, USA 'Applications and Advances in High Chris Bakal - UK Content Imaging') in vivo imaging of multicellular dynamics Benjamin Podbilewicz Israel, James Brewer Glasgow, and complexity (session also appears UK under Tools & Techniques) Abigail Woodfin London, UK Sponsored by Caliper Scientific Programme: Life Sciences Tools & Techniques Symposium Chair: Professor Tony Wilson Session Invited Speakers

Mark Cannell Bristol, UK, Andreas Schoenle Super Resolution fluorescence microscopy Germany, for life sciences Melike Lakadamyali Spain, Mark Bates - Germany Sponsored by Hamamatsu Applications and advances in High Content Imaging (session in conjunction with Christian Conrad Germany, Robin Ketteler - London 'Imaging and flow cytometry in cancer biology') Probes for light and electron microscopy Sponsored by FEI Andreas Hoenger Colorado, USA Mark Ellisman - USA Image Processing (3D microscopy, 3D image analysis and developmental imaging) Marin van Heel London, UK, Rainer Heintzmann London, UK Alberto Diaspro - Italy 3D electron microscopy of structurefunction relationships

Techniques for imaging brain structure and function across different spatial and temporal scales (session also appears under Applications) in vivo imaging of multicellular dynamics and complexity (session also appears under Applications) Emerging and Late Breaking Topics in Life Science Benoit Zuber Berne, Switzerland Thomas Muller-Reicher TU Dresden, Germany Judit Makara Hungary, Nathalie Rochefort Germany Troy Margrie UK, Angus Silver - UK Michal Neeman Israel Mark Coles York, UK Jim Haseloff - UK TBD Pre Congress Workshops A Practical Course on how to set up your light microscope Euro BioImaging meeting Aberration Corrected TEM and Exit Wave Reconstruction Applications of FIB in Specimen Preparation and

Nanostructuring SuperSTEM workshop (to be held at Manchester University) Precession diffraction (to be held at Manchester University) Bursaries Three different forms of Bursaries available to students who have submitted a paper for presentation. RMS Bursaries successful applicants will receive complimentary full meeting registration, an invitation to the opening reception and a contribution to travel expenses of up to 250 (depending on distance travelled). There will be up to 90 of these bursaries available, and the total of each bursary offered will have a value of up to 445 RMS/IFSM Bursaries

IFSM have committed to contribute $10,000, which the RMS will match, to award bursaries giving special consideration to would-be delegates from developing economic regions. This bursary therefore is intended to cover the full cost of travel, accommodation, registration fee and other associated costs of attending the congress. 10 of these bursaries will be available, with a value of $2,000 each. RMS/EMAG Bursaries EMAG have sponsored the session on Advances in EM Instrumentation and Methods, by committing to support students with special consideration being given to those from Eastern Europe. 2 bursaries will be available, with a value of up to 300 each. The bursary is intended to offer travel support but will not cover conference registration fees. Micrograph Competition The Royal Microscopical Societys biennial International Micrograph Competition has been launched. This highly respected event will culminate with the winners being announced at emc2012. The winning images will appear in high-circulation publications,

providing great exposure for the successful entrants. The competition has four categories; Electron Microscopy Physical Science, Electron Microscopy - Life Science, Light Microscopy - Physical Science, and Light Microscopy - Life Science. The following prizes have been offered so far: Cash iPod Nano iPad Compact Digital Camera with Carl Zeiss lens Portable Hard Drive Agenda Welcome and Event Overview Professor Tony Wilson, RMS President Scientific Programme - Dr Debbie Stokes, emc2012 Chair Exhibition and other Events in the Hall Ms Allison Winton, RMS Event Director Event Promotion Mr Rod Shipley, RMS CAB Chair Delegate Social Programme Ms Allison Winton Logistics Ms Allison Winton Meet the Team Venue Tour

Exhibition Monday 17th (09.30) Friday 21st (14.00) September 2012 95 confirmed stand bookings since exhibition space went on sale December 2010 Well over three-quarters of stand space sold Excellent opportunities for exhibitors and delegates Four workshop theatres Poster village (space for 400 posters) Floor plan and exhibitor listing on next slides Exhibitor Listing FEI Company 3DHISTECH Ltd Carl Zeiss Acutance Scientific Ltd CN Technical Services Gatan Ltd Hamamatsu Photonics UK Ltd CoolLED

(Cameca and Klocke Nanotechnik) Agar Scientific Limited Agilent Technologies Alicona Andor Technology Deben UK Ltd Hitachi High Technologies Europe GmbH dEYEmond Scimed GmbH HORIBA Scientific Diatome Limited HREM Research Inc Hummingbird Scientific ASI / Applied Scientific Instrumentation

Digital Surf Asylum Research e2v Scientific Instruments Hysitron Inc E A Fischione Instruments Imaging & Microscopy (GIT) EDAX Imina Technologies Aurion Immuno Gold Reagents & Acc Bitplane Bruker Datonics HWL Scientific Instruments GmbH

Indigo Scientific Exhibitor Listing Intelligent Imaging Innovations GmbH International Labmate ISS Group Services Ltd Jackson ImmunoResearch Europe Ltd JEOL UK Keyence UK Ltd Linkam Scientific Instruments LOT Oriel Ltd Lumen Dynamics Mad City Labs Inc. Mrzhuser Wetzlar GmbH &Co. KG Microscopy & Analysis Microscopy Today Motic Spain S.L.U

Nikon UK NKT Photonics A/S NT-MDT Objective Imaging Ltd Olympus Olympus Soft Imaging Solutions GmbH OPTOPHASE Oxford Instruments Oxford University Press Kleindiek Nanotechnik Nanofactory Instruments Park Scientific Lambda Photometrics Nanotec Pfeiffer Vacuum Ltd

Navitar, Inc Photometrics/Qimaging/ Media Cybernetics Laser 2000 Newport Spectra Exhibitor Listing continued Photon etc. SmarAct GmbH Photonic Gerte GmbH & CoKG Solent Scientific Physik Instrumente Ltd (PI) Xradia

SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH SPI Supplies Prior Scientific Instruments Ltd Quekett Microscopical Club Surface Measurement Systems Ted Pella Inc Quorum Technologies Raptor Photonics Ltd Tescan Thermo Scientific Thorlabs Ltd RMC Products ROWIAK GmbH

VSG-Visualizations Sciences Group Tietz Video and Image Processing Systems GmbH SelectScience Tousimis Sponsorship The following sponsorship opportunities have been reserved: Opening Reception Poster Reception-Wednesday Branded Conference Bags Exhibition Tote Bags Branded Lanyards Conference Programme Printed Page Advert in Conference Programme Printed Full Page Advert Inserts in the Conference Bags Branded Water Coolers You are here boards Plasma Screen Adverts Sponsorship of the emc2012 Exhibition page

Sponsorship of the emc2012 Registration page Sponsorship Opportunities The following sponsorship opportunities are still available; Wine at Congress Dinner - Old Trafford Old Trafford Museum Tour and Drinks Reception Old Trafford Football Pitch Photo Opportunity Poster Receptions - Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Conference Proceedings on a Branded DVD Disc Branded USB memory stick Branded Pens in the conference bags Branded Tea and Coffee Wi-Fi in the Main Hall-sponsored landing page and Wi-Fi info cards Display Banners Outside the Main Hall Sponsorship of the emc2012 Conference website page Sponsorship of the emc2012 SPM website page Sponsorship of the emc2012 Workshops website page Sponsorship of the emc2012 Social Programme website page Agenda Welcome and Event Overview Professor Tony Wilson, RMS President

Scientific Programme - Dr Debbie Stokes, emc2012 Chair Exhibition and other Events in the Hall Ms Allison Winton, RMS Event Director Event Promotion Mr Rod Shipley, RMS CAB Chair Delegate Social Programme Ms Allison Winton Logistics Ms Allison Winton Meet the Team Venue Tour Event Promotion Conference Main promotion via emc2012 website (use of keywords, sponsored links on google) EMS Mailings Regular emc2012 email newsletters Other Societies - SGM, EMAG, BSCB, SEB etc Dedicated promotion for Neuroscience, and Life &

Physical Sciences Separate Emails for SPM (previous meeting registrations) RMS website MICROSCIENCE delegate lists EMC 2008 Delegate lists Regular updates in infocus magazine Exhibitors to send out Call for papers pdfs, add link to website etc Regular Articles in Imaging & Microscopy Provide emc2012 advertising slides for session organisers to use at other events in run up to the event Event Promotion Exhibition (and general Conference) Promotion nearer the time Regular newsletters - Jan, End Feb, May, July, Early September Press Releases Contra deals and Advertising (Microscopy & Analysis, Imaging & Microscopy, International Labmate, Microscopy Today, Select Science, Materials Today, Materials World, Physics World, Quality Management Today, Lab Bulletin)

Local Organisations to Manchester (University & Industry), purchasing departments in hospitals PR Company working on this CooperRepco Exhibitor publicity Social Networking (facebook, twitter and LinkedIn) Agenda Welcome and Event Overview - Professor Tony Wilson, RMS President Scientific Programme - Dr Debbie Stokes, emc2012 Chair Exhibition and other Events in the Hall Ms Allison Winton, RMS Event Director Event Promotion Mr Rod Shipley, RMS CAB Chair Delegate Social Programme Ms Allison Winton Logistics Ms Allison Winton Meet the Team Venue Tour Lunch Learning Zone The RMS Learning Zone will be a major feature in the Main Hall and will incorporate separate areas:

Scanning Electron Microscopy Transmission Electron Microscopy Light Microscopy Digital Microscopy Confocal Microscopy Specimen Preparation RMS Outreach Activities RMS VIP Area Companies will be contacted about loaning equipment next week. Workshops Workshop sessions will run between 11.00-16.15 Monday -Thursday and 11.00-13.15 on Friday Each session will last 45 minutes Workshop sessions will be assisted by RMS staff to

monitor attendees AV equipment, such as microphones and data projectors, will be provided in each workshop. Workshop sessions are 100 +VAT per 45 minute session The following companies have requested workshops so far; Carl Zeiss FEI Life Sciences and TILL Photonics Lot Oriel Ltd NT-MDT Lumen Dynamics Social Events Sunday 16th September Welcome Reception at Manchester Central Thursday 20th September Congress Banquet at Old Trafford Football Club Exhibitor Manual The exhibitor manual is now available on the emc2012 website. You can find links to ordering furniture, electrical installations, AV equipment, lunches on your stand and much more to help with the organisation of your exhibition stand.

Regular email newsletters are being sent to exhibitors, the next issue will be sent on 5th March 2012. Contractors The following contractors are here to help with enquiries: Manchester Central Venue Melville Shell, Carpet, Stand extras Melville Logistics - Lifting and Storage Bill Moule & Sons Electrical Installations Corporate Events AV Equipment Visit Manchester Manchester Tourist Board Venue and Catering We will shortly be having a tour of the venue, to see: Exhibition Hall Access for setting up Lecture Theatres Break Out Rooms

On return there will be a buffet lunch Meet the Team As well as the various contractors, the following members of RMS staff are available during the tour and over lunch for questions: Allison Winton Karen Collins Chloe Tarry Jessica Stanley Manager Victoria Masters Sarah Bebb Melanie Reedman Event Director Administrator and Finance emc2012 Exhibition Organiser emc2012 Conference Conference Manager Conference Organiser

Outreach and Accounts Thank you for coming to this Meeting, and we look forward to seeing you Manchester in September! Agenda Welcome and Event Overview Professor Tony Wilson, RMS President Scientific Programme - Dr Debbie Stokes, emc2012 Chair Exhibition and other Events in the Hall Ms Allison Winton, RMS Event Director Event Promotion Mr Rod Shipley, RMS CAB Chair Delegate Social Programme Ms Allison Winton Logistics Ms Allison Winton Meet the Team Venue Tour

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