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From April 1 to 12 of this year, the first course on Advanced Techniques in Transmission and Scanning Electron Microscopy (STEM) took place at the IFIR Microscopy Center, CCT Rosario. This event was organized by the IFIR Microscopy Center and subsidized by the National Microscopy System dependent on the Secretariat for Scientific and Technological Articulation (SACT) of the Argentine Government Secretariat for Science, Technology and Productive Innovation. some for the participants, had an hourly credit of 80 hours distributed between theoretical and practical classes in the laboratory

From April 1 to 12 of this year, the first course on Advanced Techniques in Transmission and Scanning Electron Microscopy (STEM) took place at the IFIR Microscopy Center, CCT Rosario. This event was organized by the IFIR Microscopy Center and subsidized by the National Microscopy System dependent on the Secretariat for Scientific and Technological Articulation (SACT) of the Argentine Government Secretariat for Science, Technology and Productive Innovation. some for the participants, had an hourly credit of 80 hours distributed between theoretical and practical classes in the laboratory

The main motivation of this course was to train professionals in Materials Science in the potentialities of the STEM technique, from the theoretical-practical point of view, in the recently installed JEM 2100plus Electronic Microscope, belonging to the IFIR Microscopy Center. It should be remembered that it was acquired thanks to the approval of a Project of the Santafesina Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation for HIGH COMPLEXITY EQUIPMENT within the Support Program for Scientific Research and Technology Transfer to the socio-productive system 2015. It is It is important to highlight that part of the course was given by an international expert in STEM technique, Prof. Dr. Daniel Ugarte from the University of Campinas, Brazil. The financing for the stay of said professional was obtained thanks to the support of SACT and the JEOL firm.

The course faculty was made up of:
Prof. Daniel Ugarte, University of Campinas, Brazil
Dr. Silvina Hereñú, IFIR-CONICET
Prof. Iris Alvarez, IFIR-CONICET-UNR
The collaborators in the laboratory were:
Dr. Maria Florencia Giordana
Dra. Renata Strubbia
Tec. Pablo Diaz
Lic. Francisco Farías