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John Donovan

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Re: Probe Software Events
« Reply #15 on: June 24, 2019, 04:28:45 am »
Just a quick reminder that the QMA 2019 Probe Software user meeting is in Tate Hall room B20 at 2:00 PM Monday (today).

After a short presentation by myself we will have three EPMA experts giving tutorial/talks based on our Probe for EPMA, Probe Image and CalcImage software applications:

Julien Allaz (ETH Zurich): "Accurate quantitative mapping of minor elements, and beam damage corrections"

Emma Bullock (Carnegie Institution of Science) : "Carbonates in meteorites: a combined WDS, EDS and CL study"

Karsten Goemann (University of Tasmania): "Trace element analysis in minerals using combined EDS-WDS and WDS shared backgrounds"
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« Reply #16 on: June 30, 2019, 02:19:57 pm »
What a great meeting!  QMA 2019 was perfectly planned and organized, and we wish to thank everyone involved but especially Anette von der Handt who did a fantastic job. As Paul Carpenter said on the last day, he's seen professionally organized meetings that were nowhere near the level of this conference.

I also want to thank our guest speakers at the Probe Software user meeting, Emma Bullock, Karsten Goemann and Julien Allaz.  We had around 50 people at the Probe Software user meeting and there was much information provided and excellent questions discussed during and afterwards.

Julien's talk on using Probe for EPMA, Probe Image and CalcImage for quantitative mapping and beam sensitive samples is attached below (be sure to log in to see attachments).

What a great group of people!  Thanks to everyone who attended.
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Re: Probe Software Events
« Reply #17 on: July 01, 2019, 10:38:12 am »
And for those who missed the Probe Software user meeting, or perhaps also for those who were present and want to review their most excellent presentations, in addition to Julien's presentation attached above, here are Karsten's and Emma's presentations (attached below, so login to download).
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Re: Probe Software Events
« Reply #18 on: August 02, 2019, 12:23:00 pm »
Anette recently sent me a photo of the Probe Software user meeting during the QMA 2019 conference:



The user meeting was quite well attended and there were lots of good questions. Here, I chime in during the discussion period after one of our guest presentations.
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