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I3EM: In situ interferometry and instrumentation for electron microscopy

I3EM stands for in situ interferometry and instrumentation for electron microscopy. Our general aims are the following:
• To develop the quantitative study of fields at the nanoscale, both static and dynamic, by transmission electron microscopy. These fields can be magnetic, electric, strain, chemical or even optical.
• To explore the physics of electron waves, including: phase manipulation and quantum interactions (for example, electron-photon interactions)
• To push current measurements to the extreme in terms of sensitivity, spatial and temporal resolution.

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Interferometry, in-situ, instrumentation, nanomaterials, electrical field, magnetism, deformation field, spectroscopy, field emission gun