(as on May 13, 2016)

Sunday May 29

20.00Welcome Party

Monday May 30

09.30Seminar Session I: Electron Energy Filtering (chair: Frank Luděk)
 Rodenburg Cornelia: Secondary Electron Spectroscopy and Energy Selective Imaging for the Engineering of Carbon Based Materials
 Konvalina Ivo: Bandpass Filter for Secondary Electrons in SEM - Simulations
 Mika Filip: Bandpass Filter for Secondary Electrons in SEM - Experiments
11.00Coffee Break
11.30Seminar Session II: Design in Particle Optics I (chair: Rose Harald)
 Khursheed Anjam: Annular Focused Electron Beam Aberration Correctors
 Müller Heiko: Correction of the Chromatic and Spherical Aberration in Low-Voltage Transmission Electron Microscopy
 Ogawa Takashi: Fabrication of Nano-Slits for a Monochromator with Double Offset Cylindrical Lenses
14.30Seminar Session III: Optics of Light (chair: Rodenburg John)
 Tyc Tomáš: Multimode Fibres: Seeing Through Chaos
 Siler Martin: Principal Component Analysis of Raman Spectroscopy Data for Determination of Biofilm Forming Bacteria and Yeasts
15.30Coffee Break
15.45Seminar Session IV: Poster Presentation (chair: Mika Filip)
 Oral presentation of posters by authors in the lecture room, 5 - 7 min. each. A discussion and coffee will take place in front of the posters after the presentations (up to 17.30).
19.00 Dinner with wine and beer

Tuesday May 31

09.30Seminar Session V: Imaging Methods I (chair: Müllerová Ilona)
 Rodenburg John: Optical Arrangements for Phase-Sensitive Imaging using Electron Ptychography
 Piňos Jakub: The Information Depth of Backscattered Electron Imaging
 Pokorná Zuzana: Scanning Very Low Energy Electron Microscopy for the Characterization of Polycrystalline Metal Samples
11.00Coffee Break
11.30Seminar Session VI: Manipulation with Light (chair: Tyc Tomáš)
 Kozák Martin: Electron Manipulation with Light – Acceleration, Streaking and Focusing of Sub-Relativistic Electrons
 Siler Martin: Golden Nanoparticle in Optical Tweezers: Influence of Shape and Orientation on Optical Trapping
 Slodička Lukáš: Trapping and Cooling of Single Ions for Frequency Metrology and Quantum Optics Experiments
14.30Seminar Session VII: Advances in SEM / STEM (chair: Janzen Roland)
 Lalinský Ondřej: New Detectors for Low-Energy BSE
 Daniel Benjamin: Very Low Energy STEM / TOF System
18.00 Open-Air Barbecue

Wednesday June 1

09.30Seminar Session VIII: Imaging Methods II (chair: Khursheed Anjam )
 Rose Harald: Efficient Linear Phase Contrast and Optical Sectioning in the Aberration-Corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope
 Müllerová Ilona: Scanning Transmission Microscopy at Very Low Energies
 Frank Luděk: Treatment of Surfaces with Slow Electrons
12.30Coach Trip and hike, followed by a dinner in a restaurant

Thursday June 2

09.30Seminar Session IX: Design in Particle Optics II (chair: Rose Harald)
 Janzen Roland: Towards Understanding of Charging Effects of Thin-Film Phase Plates
 Radlička Tomáš: Correction of Misalignment Aberrations of a Hexapole Corrector Using the Differential Algebra Method
10.30Coffee Break
11.00Seminar Session X: Advances in SEM / STEM (chair: Janzen Roland)
 Oral Martin: Optimal X-ray Detection for Thin Samples in Low-Energy STEM
 Řiháček Tomáš: Diffraction in a Scanning Electron Microscope
 Kolařík Vladimír: Large-Area Gray-Scale Structures in E-beam Writer versus Area Current Homogeneity and Deflection Uniformity
14.00Seminar Session XI: Sources (chair: Radlička Tomáš)
 Alexandr Knápek: Field Emission from the Surface of Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite
 Srinivasan Avinash: A Graphene Ring-Cathode Field Emitter
 Radovanović Dušan: Development of the Nano Aperture Ion Source (NAIS)
15.30Seminar Session XII: Conclusions
19.00 Concert
20.15 Farewell Dinner

Friday June 3



Barday RomanICT GmbH
Breuer JohnICT GmbH
Daniel BenjaminISI CAS
Drštička MichalDelong Instruments
Dubkov MichaelRyazan State Radio Engineering University
Frank LuděkISI CAS
Funnemann DietmarSPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH
Gurov VictorRyazan State Radio Engineering University
Janzen RolandLaboratory for Electron Microscopy, KIT
Jiruše JaroslavTescan Brno, s.r.o.
Johansson MartinSPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH
Khursheed AnjamNational University of Singapore
Knápek AlexandrISI CAS
Kolařík VladimírISI CAS
Kolařík VladimírDelong Instruments
Konvalina IvoISI CAS
Kozák MartinFriedrich-Alexander Universität
Krielaart MauriceTU Delft
Lalinský OndřejISI CAS
Lencová BohumilaTescan Brno, s.r.o.
Mika FilipISI CAS
Mohammadi GheidariAli FEI Electron Optics B.V.
Mulin DmytroTescan Brno, s.r.o.
Müller HeikoCEOS GmbH
Müllerová IlonaISI CAS
Ogawa TakashiKorea Research Institute of Standards and Science
Oral MartinISI CAS
Piňos JakubISI CAS
Pokorná ZuzanaISI CAS
Radlička TomášISI CAS
Radovanović DušanTU Delft
Rodenburg CorneliaUniversity of Sheffield
Rodenburg JohnUniversity of Sheffield
Rose HaraldUniversity Ulm
Řiháček TomášISI CAS
Siler MartinISI CAS
Slodička LukášPalacký University
Srinivasan AvinashNational University of Singapore
Trojek JanFEI Czech Republic s.r.o.
Trubitsyn AndreyRyazan State Radio Engineering University
Tuggle DavidFEI
Tyc TomášMasaryk University
Vašina RadovanFEI Czech Republic s.r.o.
Zeman LukášTescan Brno, s.r.o.
Zimmermann RobertFriedrich-Alexander Universität


Dubkov Michael:Using Longitudinal Linear Field to Improve the Focusing Properties of Quadrupole Lenses in the Area of Fringing Fields
Gurov Victor:Ion Collection System for SIMS
Johansson Martin:Modeling of Magnetic Lenses for Spin Polarization Manipulation
Krielaart Maurice:Electron Grating Mirror for Quantum Electron Microscopy
Khursheed Anjam:Further Developments in Radial Mirror Energy Analyzer Design
Kolařík Vladimír:SEM LEEM – New Type of Electron Mirror Microscopy
Trubitsyn Andrey:A Microfocus X-ray Tube with High Power
Zimmermann Robert:Elements of a Guided Electron Based Quantum Electron Microscope: Electron Guide, Electron Beam Splitter and Electron Resonator


Manuscripts of the talks presented by moderators should be prepared on two or four A4 pages. Extended abstracts of the poster/oral contributions should be two A4 pages long. The authors are requested to submit one camera-ready copy according to the following guidelines and to send the abstract as a "*.doc" and "*.pdf" file to: Please include the fonts you have used to the "*.pdf" file.


F.Name, S.Name and T.Name
Affiliations, full addresses and e-mail

Text: 12 pts Times New Roman, spacing 15 pts, margins 2.5 cm from all sides, references numbered as [1], [2] and listed at the end, half-tone photographs are accepted, colour pictures are not allowed.

The Template for MS Word is avaliable here.

Papers should reach the organisers by April 15, 2016. One-volume Proceedings (ISBN registered) will be available and distributed to participants upon their arrival.


Authors of the posters will have possibility to introduce their posters and stress the main points in a short oral presentation, up to 5 min. long, during the Poster session which will be held in a lecture room. Two or three slides (snaps in Power Point presentation) are recommended. The poster should be displayed in the course of the whole seminar. Size of the display area:

height of 110 cm, width of 90 cm.

The seminar fee, covering the night's lodging from Monday afternoon up Friday morning, all meals, social program, one volume of proceedings, and organization costs, is 11800 CZK for participants and 10000 CZK for the accompanying people.

Note: Czech National Bank Exchange rate 1 EUR = 25,735 CZK date 17. 10. 2017.

This is recommended to be paid cash (in CZK) or by credit cards (VISA, ABA, MasterCard, Maestro, CCS, JCB V(pay) accepted) upon arrival at the hotel reception desk. In case the room is not shared, an extra cost of 250 CZK per night arises. In case the Apartment (for two person), an extra cost of 1500 CZK per night arises. For advanced payments forward the payment order to:
Beneficiary: Hotel Skalský Dvůr, Lísek 52, 593 01 Bystřice nad Pernštejnem, CZ
Bank: Komerční banka, Žďár nad Sázavou, CZ
Account No: 5362250237/0100, Variable symbol: 990653, Swift code: KOMB CZ PP XXX, IBAN CZ 5101 00000000 5362250237. To the note: please, write your name (Company, VAT)

Safe parking is available at the hotel. Special transport will be organized for participants arriving at the Brno airport, train or bus stations, see the Registration form.

See a brief map.
Detailed map is also available.

Filip Mika (
Institute of Scientific Instruments AS CR, v.v.i.
Královopolská 147, 612 64 Brno, Czech Republic

Phone: +420-604833159
Phone: +420-5-41514298
Fax: +420-5-41514402

Feel free to contact the members of the organisation commitee:

Filip Mika ( tel.: +420 604 833 159 )

Contact person for transportation: Tomas Rihacek