Schedule: Problem Solving

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Problem Solving Course Schedule 2019
Monday, June 3
Time Event Room Lecturer
Morning
8:30-8:45 Welcome* 303 WL* Kiely
8:50-10:00 X-ray Microanalysis Critical Concepts, EDS Measurements, Qualitative Analysis 451 Newbury
10:00-10:30 Break WH Lobby  
10:30-12:00 Quantitative Analysis and Simulation 451 Ritchie
12:00 Lunch    
Afternoon
1:15-2:45 Introduction to Using DTSA-II, Part 1 451/121 Ritchie
2:45-3:15 Break WH Lobby  
3:15-4:45 Computer Lab: Student Problem Solving with DTSA-II, Part 1 (pre-recroded data sets) 121 Ritchie
5:15 Dinner    
Evening
7:00-8:30 Introduction to Using DTSA-II, Part 2 451/121 Ritchie
8:30-9:30 Individual help with computer issues 121 Ritchie
       
Tuesday, June 4
Time Event Room Lecturer
Morning
8:30-10:00 Introduction to FIJI (IMAGE-J): Basic Image Processing 451 K. Scott
10:00-10:30 Break WH Lobby  
10:30-12:00 Introduction to FIJI: Microanalysis 451 J.H. Scott
12:00 Lunch    
Afternoon
1:15-2:25 SEM Imaging: Critical Issues 451 Newbury
2:30-3:30 High Resolution SEM 451 Michael
3:30-4:00 Break WH Lobby  
4:00-5:00 Scanning Ion Imaging (He, Ga) 451 Michael
5:15 Dinner    
Evening
7:00-8:30 Image-J, Part 2/Computer Lab: Student Problem Solving with Image-J (pre-recorded data sets) 451/121 K. Scott
8:30-9:30 Individual help with computer issues 451/121 K. Scott
       
Wednesday, June 5
Time Event Room Lecturer
Morning
8:30-10:00 Lab: SEM Imaging (Collecting New Image Data)    
  Group A Tescan VEGA 3/Oxford EDS 122 J.H. Scott
  Group B Hitachi SU3900/Oxford SDD 159 Michael
10:00-10:20 Break WH Lobby  
10:20-12:00 Lab: EDS Measurements    
  Group B Hitachi 4300/EDAX SDD 172E Ritchie
  Group A Hitachi SU3900/Oxford SDD 159 Michael
12:00 Lunch    
Afternoon
1:15-2:45 Computer Lab: Students Analyze New Data Collected in the Morning Lab Sessions 121 J.H. Scott/Michael
2:45-3:15 Break WH Lobby  
3:15-5:00 An Introduction to EBSD in the SEM 207 Michael
       
Evening
6:30 Cocktail Hour Faculty Lounge, University Center  
7:30 Course Banquet Asa Packer Room, University Center  
       
Thursday, June 6
Time Event Room Lecturer
Morning
8:30-10:00 Lab: EDS X-ray Spectrum Imaging    
  Group B Hitachi 3500/Bruker SDD 164 Ritchie
  Group A Tescan Vega/Oxford SDD 172E J. H. Scott
10:00-10:30 Break WH Lobby  
10:30-12:00 Computer Lab: Simulation with DTSA-II: Particles, Interfaces, etc. 121 Ritchie
12:00 Lunch    
Afternoon
1:15-2:45 Lab ESD    
  Group A Hitachi 4300/EDAX EBSD 172E J. H. Scott/Kundu
  Group B Thermo Scios/EDAX EBSD 172B Michael
2:45-3:15 Break WH Lobby  
3:15-4:45 X-Ray Spectrum Imaging 451 Newbury
5:15 Dinner    
Evening
7:00-8:15 X-ray Analysis in Special Situtations: Thin Films, Rough Specimens, and in the Rain 303 Newbury
       
Friday, June 7
Time Event Room Lecturer
Morning
8:30-9:30 The EDS Microanalysis Process: Preparing the Analytical Report 207 Newbury
9:30-9:45 Break WH Lobby  
9:45-10:45 Plasma Source FIB 451 Michael
11:00-12:00 Course Summary: Strategies for Practical Microscopy and Microanlysis 303 J.H. Scott
12:00 Lunch (box lunches-Whitaker Lobby)