Electron tomography has is an important part of many materials science and biological studies requiring 3D information. This is because many samples cannot be fully understood from individual two-dimensional projected images produced by an electron microscope. Electron tomography has been revolutionized by new algorithms, detectors and imaging methodologies, many of these enabled by modern computational methods. These advances have allowed tomographic reconstructions from the single-atom scale of nanoparticles up to large, complex biological macromolecules. This thematic series highlights recent advances in experimental, simulation and analysis methods for electron tomography.
Potential topics for the series include, but are not limited to:
- Experimental methods for electron tomography;
- 3D reconstruction algorithms;
- Processing methods such as image alignment and denoising;
- Quantitative analysis of reconstructed volumes;
- Correlative tomography experiments;
- 3D electron scattering simulation methods;
- Tomography software package developments.
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Deadline for submissions
31 December 2017
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